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1

what does Isaiah mean

Salvation of Yahweh

2

how many times is Isaiah mentioned by name in the New Testament

22 times - more than all other prophets combined

3

how should all prophecy be approached

with respect and great humility

4

how is God revealed in the book of Isaiah

as holy (in book 1) and loving (in book 2)

5

much of handel's messiah is taken from

Isaiah

6

much of what, is taken from isaiah

Handel's messiah

7

How does the spirit uses prophets

not by speaking trumpets but by the natural gifts of men

8

How does God choose prophets?

without the respect to identity, lineage, or profession

9

in the time of Moses, holiness means

being separated to God by obedience to God's standards

10

what is Isaiah's idea of holiness

the moral nature of uncleanness, replaced the idea of the profane as the characteristic of sinfulness

11

what is the meaning of Isaiah's first son's name

a remnant shall return

12

what is the meaning of Isaiah's second son's name

swift to the plunder, speed to the prey

13

what is Isaiah 9:6 about

and he will be called wonderful counselor, mighty God, everlasting father, prince of peace

14

what are 4 throne names of the messiah

mighty God,
everlasting father,
wonderful counselor,
prince of peace

15

how still today many Jews interpret the servant of the four servant songs

they interpret the servant as the people of Jerusalem and Israel

16

why is Isaiah 52:13, 53:12 so special

it is the most quoted passage in the new testament, than any other old testament passage

17

why is Isaiah 58 special to the salvation army

booth called it the manifesto of the salvation army

18

what is the significance of Isaiah 65:20-25, 11:6-9

the prophecies are considered as the Millennial kingdom rule of Christ

19

how did Jesus use the last verse of Isaiah

as an image of hell

20

Isaiah's life and writings, covers what time period

during the dividing transition of north and south Israel to the destruction of Israel leaving Judah

21

how is Jeremiah known as

the weeping prophet

22

Jeremiah's covers what time period

from the independent state hood of Judah to complete captivity by Babylon

23

under who did Jeremiah prophecy

the last 5 rulers of Judah

24

Jeremiah's life preserved

an exact picture of his life, more than any other seer

25

how was the Zion party's logic

it was simple, because they thought as long as God Temple was with them, then they are safe

26

how was the Egypt party logic

they thought a political-military alliance could save them

27

how was the War party logic

they dreamed of freedom and peace, while exile and war were already approaching the gates of the city

28

what happened during the exile

prophecies seem to have been a favorite reading of the exiles

29

what overshadows the life of Jeremiah

a depressed spirit overshadows his life

30

what is Jeremiah's writing style

its simple, without ornament and only slightly polished

31

Jeremiah's life became what

a living personal prophecy of the suffering messiah

32

4 parallels between the life of Jeremiah and the messiah

both men were beloved by God

both wept over the city which stoned the prophets

the love of both was repaid with hatred

both had 11 hour ministries- proclaiming the overthrow of Jerusalem and its temple

33

what is the order of the book of Jeremiah

the prophecies and history are not recorded in chronological order

34

the five songs of lament are known as what, in Latin

Lamentations

35

what is the book of Lamentations

a book consisting of 5 laments

36

what is a lament

a sorrowful poem or song about a tragedy or disaster

37

who is the author of Lamentations

Jeremiah

38

what is the structure of lamentations

like other Hebrew poetry, the book is highly structured

39

what is Lamentations similar to? and in what way?

the calling upon God to take vengeance in Lamentations is similar to the cursing Psalms

40

what compares to the suffering of Jerusalem

the intensity and depth of the suffering of Jerusalem is similar to the sufferings of Jesus