Lesson 40: Enlarge the Place of Thy Tent

Lesson 40: Enlarge the Place of Thy Tent Supplement to Old Testament Class Member Study...

Studying passages from Isaiah 54–56; 63–65 we should be ow to encouraged to strengthen the stake we live in while preparing for the Second Coming and the Millennium. The 2001 Old Testament Class Member Study Guide p. 26, asks the...
The Savior’s Birth, Life, and Death All Foretold Through Isaiah’s Wordsvideo

The Savior’s Birth, Life, and Death All Foretold Through Isaiah’s Words Isaiah in the...

Using the words of Isaiah during Advent to prepare for Christmas makes sense. Among the authors of the four Gospels, Isaiah is cited twice as often as any other Old Testament prophet, which makes...
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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 During Advent

Advent, a Christian tradition, prepares worshipers for the Christmas Season
Hebrew Bible displaying the parallelism in the book of Isaiahvideo

Victor Ludlow: Why Hebrew Poetry Doesn’t Rhyme Discover with Darryl

Darryl: Hi, I'm Darryl Alder. Welcome to SearchIsaiah.org. Today we're here with Victor Ludlow and Victor wrote a book many years ago, called 'Isaiah, Prophet, Seer and Poet.1' But the question that I have...

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.

The Savior Quotes Isaiah Isaiah in the New Testament

Read Part 1 of this post by clicking here Isaiah is often quoted in the New Testament. The Savior cites him at least seven times and His apostles forty. But that is not all, because...

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.

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.

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.