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The prophet Isaiah is the most widely quoted prophet
in scripture. He lived during the eighth century B.C.
and was called to by God to be a prophet, reminding
the people of Israel to follow the covenant set by God
and to reverse their immoral acts.
The prophecies of Isaiah are divided
into two books:
Book of Judgment - This book contains
the first 39 chapters of the Book of Isaiah
Book of Consolation - This book continues
with chapters 40 to 66. This book contains two of Isaiah's
most controversial prophecies: the birth of the Messiah
to a Virgin and the death of the Messiah, who suffers
for the sins of the people. Christians believe that
the Messiah referenced by the biblical prophet Isaiah
is Jesus Christ.
The Book of the Prophet Isaiah contains innumerable
references to religious teachings. One of the major
tenets is the Seven
Gifts of the Holy Spirit as revealed by Isaiah in
Fear of the Lord
Another of the most popular Church teachings are the
Major Corporal Works of Mercy which are mentioned in
7 Is it not to share your food with the hungry
and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter-
when you see the naked, to clothe him,
and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood?
The Prophet Isaiah Today
It is no wonder that today's Christians and Hebrews
revere the great biblical prophet, Isaiah. He is the
most well known and quoted prophet in scripture. His
prophecies and teachings are as well read as the book
Many people wear a prophet Isaiah pendant to honor one
of the world's greatest prophets. They display a prophet
Isaiah medal openly as a symbol of their faith in God
and the Holy Scripture. Prophet Isaiah jewelry is often
given as a gift to someone who is taking part in a religious
ceremony or sacrament as a reminder of the importance
of studying scripture and the prophecies of Isaiah.