I S A I A H.
The prophet, in this chapter, makes his
observations, I. Upon the deaths of good men, comforting those that
were taken away in their integrity and reproving those that did not
make a due improvement of such providences, ver. 1, 2. II. Upon the gross idolatries
and spiritual whoredoms which the Jews were guilty of, and the
destroying judgments they were thereby bringing upon themselves,
ver. 3-12. III. Upon the
gracious returns of God to his people to put an end to their
captivity and re-establish their prosperity, ver. 13-21.