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Isaiah 64

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Isaiah 64 is a prayer for the Second Coming of Jesus as Isaiah sees Jesus coming out of Edom in Isaiah 63. This prayer describes Jesus returning in the sky. This includes the visible opening of the heavenly realm, fire from heaven, and earthquakes. God’s wrath upon His enemies and his tenderness to His covenant people are highlighted in this passage.

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Isaiah 63

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Jesus will wage war against the kings of the earth at the time of His Second Coming. Jesus will march up through Edom (modern day Jordan) on His way to Jerusalem. John makes reference to this passage in Revelation 19:11-21 by prophesying of Jesus going to war against the kings of the earth.

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Isaiah 62

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God will cause Jerusalem to be the spiritual and political capital of the earth. God promises to set intercessors (watchman) in place in the End Times, who will cry out for the fullness of Jerusalem.

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Isaiah 59

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Isaiah describes Israel’s rebellion and injustices (vv. 14-15) during history as well as at the end of the age when God’s judgments are fully released (v. 18). At that time, Jesus will war against His enemies when He returns to deliver Zion (vv.17-20) from her sin and her oppressors (Antichrist). God as a Man is the great intercessor who will establish justice among the nations.

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Isaiah 56

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The house of prayer in Jerusalem is depicted after the Second Coming. This prophecy was partially fulfilled by the apostolic ministry, seen in the Book of Acts, as many Gentiles came into salvation.

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Isaiah 53

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At the end of the age, Israel will make this national confession. Part of this prophecy was fulfilled in the suffering of Christ on the cross (Acts 8:32-37) and in Jesus’ healing ministry (Mt. 8:14-17).

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Isaiah 49

Summary:

Isaiah describes Jesus’ worldwide leadership in the Millennial Kingdom after He releases the endtime
Jewish prisoners to return to Israel. This passage has an initial fulfillment at Jesus’ first coming (2 Cor.
6:2). It will ultimately be fulfilled when God’s salvation reaches the ends of the earth (v. 6).

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