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Author: Ron Graham

Isaiah Outline

Outline of Isaiah chapters 32, 33, 34, 35
—The King in His Beauty

This page provides an outline of Isaiah chapters 32 to 35 for your reference. The complete outline of Isaiah is spread over several lessons.

1 Context Overview

In chapters twenty-eight to thirty-nine of Isaiah, Jerusalem is issued with a series of warnings,especially that their trust in Egypt as an ally is misplaced, and they should be trusting in God. These warnings are followed by encouragement, in the form of poems about the Messiah, "the King in his beauty." Next Isaiah warns all nations that they are accountable to God. Isaiah then tells the story of how God helped king Hezekiah in Jerusalem to save the city from destruction by Sennacherib king of Assyria. He then records how God extended Hezekiah’s life, and promised him that Jerusalem would not be destroyed until after his death.

2 The King in His Beauty (Isaiah 32-33)

Although in the nearer future Judah will undergo great suffering and loss, there is a time in the more distant future when a king will reign in a new Jerusalem that will never pass away. Those who dwell in this kingdom will be forgiven of their iniquity forever. Isaiah presents these facts in two poetic triads.

3 The Nations and God’s Kingdom (Isa 34-35)

Whilst God has allowed, and even used, the nations around Israel and Judah to punish them, he will bring those nations to nothing and his own kingdom will be glorious.

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