Isaiah’s prophetic predictions were near and far reaching in their fulfillment, even to the end of history. In these two chapters he tells the future concerning the doom of the Babylonia empire, the end of people of Edom as a race and the future of the Arabs. He also tells of Jerusalem’s fall. Finally he addressed the chief servant in King Hezekiah’s court, Shebna by name, his pride, his demotion and his fate. All this as though looking through a telescope into the future.
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