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  • Concordia Commentary - Isaiah 13-27

Concordia Commentary - Isaiah 13-27

Article number: 156011
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by Paul R. Raabe

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Isaiah 13–27 helps us understand how we Gentiles—belonging to the God of ancient Israel, the Holy One of Israel, and the God of Isaiah—fit into the overall picture.

In a variety of ways, the book of Isaiah proves to be rightly called “the Fifth Gospel.” We hear the voice of Isaiah in chapters 13–27 of his book: his penetrating indictments of the unbridled arrogance of the nations, his terrifying threats of the coming Day of Judgment from the God of hosts, his encouraging promises of the coming Davidic King who will be swift to do righteousness, his promises of Gentiles being drawn to worship the Holy One of Israel, his exhilarating promises of all peoples singing doxology to the God of hosts and rejoicing at the end-time banquet in Zion, and his radical promises of the God of Israel one day swallowing up death itself and raising the dead.