The 10th chapter begins with a rebuke to gangster governors – those who weaponized the courts and laws to abuse the people for personal gain. Then the prophet turns his attention to the juggernaut of the region, Assyria. The fact that God used Assyria to judge wicked Israel and Judah, did not absolve Assyria of the cruelty they gleefully used on those they conquered. Then Isaiah turns his attention to the days to come when a Hero Judge would reign over the whole earth, listing seven of His divine attributes; all of which not only identify the Messiah, but were on display and owned by Christ. His rule will be just, not corrupt, and all creation will be drastically altered so that the wolf will lie down with the lamb, and lions will eat straw. Finally, the prophet bursts out in a psalm, which is the 12th chapter; praising Yahweh unlike so many in his day who insulted Him.