Directory Isaiah in the Book of Mormon

This is a cross linked directory between, The Book of Mormon and the Book of Isaiah

Thoughts to Keep in Mind—Reading Poetry in the Old Testament from “Come, Follow Me”...

For your study of the Old Testament, the team at has curated a list of their past posts explaining Hebrew poetry, which does not use a rhyming convention but instead employs a comparative or contrastive paring of ideas

Unlocking the Savior’s Message: A Journey Through Isaiah

Ultimately, Isaiah's prophecy spirals around the very heart of our faith – Jesus Christ. By studying his words, we embark on a journey of discovery, deepening our understanding of the gospel and strengthening our connection to the Redeemer. He invites us to walk beside him, to see through his eyes, and to experience the transformative power of Christ's love.

Why Did Nephi Include Isaiah’s Words in His Writting?

Nephi's inclusion of Isaiah's chapters reveals his deep conviction that these words were relevant and valuable for his own time and people. He saw in them a confirmation of his own call, a reinforcement of his teachings, and a source of hope and strength for his posterity and coming generations.

Why Did Ancient Prophets Quote Isaiah in the Book of Mormon?

The Book of Mormon doesn't just include Isaiah's words, it unlocks their deeper meaning. Christ and Moroni urged readers to "search them." Why? By understanding how the Book of Mormon quotes and interprets Isaiah, we gain context, relevance, personal application, and a springboard to delve deeper into his rich prophecies. See Isaiah through the Book of Mormon's lens and discover new clarity and meaning.

Jacob’s Use of Isaiah in Sharing His Prophetic Vision in 2 Nephi 6–8

This post provides a concise overview of Jacob's message in 2 Nephi 6, highlighting the key themes of hope, redemption, and the importance of individual choices.
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Understanding Isaiah Using Nephi’s Keys

Nephi, recognizing the potential difficulty in understanding Isaiah's prophecies, offers insight as keys to unlock the message. He emphasizes the importance of understanding "the manner of the Jews" and their prophetic traditions, including literary devices and cultural references, to truly grasp Isaiah's meaning. While the exact intent remains open to interpretation, these keys offer valuable guidance for deeper study and understanding.