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For Holy Week Isaiah Reveals Ways to Remember Christ Mosiah 14 and Isaiah 53

Click here to read the Isaiah Chapters in the Book of Mormon Today, Palm Sunday, was the perfect time for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to give the ‘Hosanna Shout.’...

2 Nephi 8 / Isaiah 51-52:2 Awake, and Remember All the Things the Lord...

Chapter Summary John Bytheway offers this chapter overview: "Messiah shall be a light to the Gentiles and shall free the prisoners—Israel shall be gathered with power in the last days—Kings shall be their nursing fathers—look...
Jesus Christ's scourged back discussed in 2 Nephi 7

2 Nephi 7 / Isaiah 50—the Third Servant Song A Companion to Your "Come,...

Like his older brother Nephi, Jacob seems to love Isaiah and beginning in 2 Nephi 7, Jacob reads Isaiah 50 to testify of Jesus Christ and to shed his thoughts on what Nephi had shared...

Isaiah in Second Nephi 7-8

Jacob quotes Isaiah and his teachings first to the Nephites, as warnings and prophecies for them specifically, then to the Jews generally, and then to all the house of Israel.

1 Nephi 21 / Isaiah 49—The Servant Song

Summary Click here to read the Isaiah Chapters in the Book of Mormon Isaiah continues his prophecy about the servant in this Second Servant...

Isaiah in First Nephi 20–21

Prophets in the Book of Mormon quote the ancient prophet Isaiah, however, in many cases the wording is corrected.

The Apostle Peter Quotes Isaiah How the New Testament Interprets Isaiah

Like Paul, who quoted Isaiah twenty times, Peter uses the ancient prophet as an authority in seven cases.

Isaiah During Advent

Advent, a Christian tradition, prepares worshipers for the Christmas Season

Isaiah Tells the Nativity Story in Matthew and Luke

This month, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will continue to study Jesus's early years in the new Come, Follow Me—for Individuals and Families, New Testament 2019 (pp...

Isaiah in Paul’s Epistle to the Romans

Paul's use of Isaiah in his epistle to the Romans is striking. He cited from sixteen books from the Old Testament, quoting (or alluding to) sixty-three verses from the Law and the Prophets—nearly a third (19) of these quotes came from the book of Isaiah alone.