The twenty-third book of the Old Testament.

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King James Bible
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible
Book: Isaiah
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Isaiah prophesied in the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and
Hezekiah. He has been Well called the evangelical Prophet, On
account of his numerous and full prophesies concerning the
coming and character, the ministry and preaching, the sufferings
and Death of the Messiah, and the extent and continuance of his
kingdom. Under the Veil of the deliverance from Babylon, Isaiah
points to a much greater deliverance, which was to be effected
By the Messiah; and seldom does he mention the one, without
alluding at the same time to the other; nay, he is often So much
enraptured with the prospect of the more distant deliverance, as
to lose sight of that which was nearer, and to Dwell On the
Messiah's person, office, character, and kingdom.

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