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Does the Book of Isaiah Supersede All Other Prophecy?

Book of Isaiah

Isaiah’s own testimony—that his revelations specifically address the end-time; that they foretell the end from the beginning; that Israel’s ancient history consists of a series of types or precedents that foreshadow things to come; and so forth—clearly define his book as centrally important to understanding God’s dealings in human history, past, present, and future. But the book’s second component—a covenant theology that covers the entire field of peoples’ relationships to Israel’s God—makes it most relevant to a people of God in any age.

The book’s unsealing based on the discovery of literary tools that uncover its layered meanings itself tells us it was reserved to be published and understood in the day its prophecies would be fulfilled. In other words, God has held the prophetic message of this book in reserve in order to bring it forth to those to whom it would most apply—his end-time people. As Isaiah explains, it would fill the void of divine revelation and knowledge that was predicted to prevail in that very time when other prophetic voices would falter and be stilled.

On the other hand, only those who search the words of Isaiah by utilizing the simple literary tools now available can comprehend its importance to today, when its prophecies have begun being fulfilled. So enormous is the paradigm shift of understanding Isaiah for those beholden to current religious paradigms, however, that many persons forgo making the attempt entirely or get carried away with their new knowledge, thus bringing about the very separation among his end-time people that Isaiah predicts God will bring about.

Never mind the prophecies of bygone events;
do not dwell on things of the past.
See, I do a new thing; it is now springing up.

Isaiah 43:18-19

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The Isaiah Institute was created in the year 2000 by the Hebraeus Foundation to disseminate the message of the prophet Isaiah (circa 742–701 B.C.). Avraham Gileadi Ph.D’s groundbreaking research and analysis of the Book of Isaiah provides the ideal medium for publishing Isaiah’s endtime message to the world. No longer can the Book of Isaiah be regarded as an obscure document from a remote age. Its vibrant message, decoded after years of painstaking research by a leading authority in his field, now receives a new application as a sure guide to a rapidly changing world. To those who seek answers to today’s perplexing questions, the Book of Isaiah is God’s gift to humanity.

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Geri Acheson
2 months ago

Your content abt the importance of AND what attention should be given, is clear.
It is a portion of this statement (as quietly offered), …”As Isaiah explains, it would fill the void of divine revelation and knowledge that was predicted to prevail in that very time when other prophetic voices would falter and be stilled.”… that I desperately/truly seek to better appreciate.
My studying your Isaiah Explained website leads me to aligning the last portion of the statement with…. Is 28…. 7 But they also have erred through wine, and through strong drink are out of the way; the priest and the prophet have erred through strong drink, they are swallowed up of wine, they are out of the way through strong drink; they err in vision, they stumble in judgment.
Are these two aligned?

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