Book of Isaiah

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Noun1.Book of Isaiah - an Old Testament book consisting of Isaiah's prophecies
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
Nebiim, Prophets - the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
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He explains that an examination of the policy of el-Sissi, whom he dubs "General Israel," reveals that he is operating according to the Book of Isaiah. It should be noted that this theme of calling el-Sissi a Jew and accusing him of serving Israel joins other anti-Semitic themes which occasionally feature on Muslim Brotherhood media, as well as on the media in Qatar, which supports the Brotherhood, and especially on Al-Jazeera.
This passage from the Book of Isaiah is typical: "Howl!
Exile appears to be a central theme in the Book of Isaiah, says Poulsen, but it seems to be silent on the destruction of Jerusalem and the Jewish people's deportation to Babylon during the early sixth century BCE.
The New Testament refers to us as fruit-bearing trees, and the book of Isaiah calls us believers Oaks of Righteousness.
While buttressing her sermon from the Book of Isaiah Chapter 8 verse 18, the Kenyan reminded the congregation that the General Overseer is made for signs and wonders, adding that the church should always believe in the message of God, delivered through Prophet Fufeyin.
When he went to his hometown and declared in the synagogue that he was, indeed, a prophet and the Messiah which the book of Isaiah referred to in the first reading (Luke 4,14-30).
This tradition is found in many texts in the Hebrew Bible, including 1 Kings 10; Psalms 68, 72, 76, and 96; and in several places in the book of Isaiah. Chan painstakingly interrogates every one of these texts, as well as related texts from the ancient Near East, and he collates and compares his findings.
The words by Gerard Markland, based on verses from the book of Isaiah, were beautifully enunciated by the choir in a performance that had clarity and finesse.
The first reading was read from the book of Isaiah 50: 4-7.
In another instance, Moore during a ( speech at the Open Door Baptist Church, in February, quoted verses from the Old Testament's Book of Isaiah and suggested the fact that the Bible prophesized the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Hiltz reflected on the phrase from the Book of Isaiah, "You are my witnesses," which served as the theme for last July's General Synod and for the current triennium, which lasts until 2019.