Judgments upon the Rulers and the Daughters Of Zion
1. The judgment against the rulers (Isaiah 3:1-7) 2. Jerusalem’s sad condition (Isaiah 3:8-9) 3. Jehovah’s message (Isaiah 3:10-15) 4. The worldliness of the daughters of Zion (Isaiah 3:16-23) 5. Their humiliation in judgment (Isaiah 3:24-26; Isaiah 4:1)This chapter describes the corrupt conditions among the professing people of God in Isaiah’s day. A similar corruption and worldliness prevailing in our age demands divine judgment.
Zion’s Future Cleansing and Glory
1. Israel regathered and cleansed (Isaiah 4:2-4) 2. Jehovah’s visible glory revealed (Isaiah 4:5-6)The Branch of the Lord (Jehovah) is the Lord Jesus Christ. After judgment has been executed cleansing is promised and glory is established on Mount Zion.
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Gaebelein, Arno Clemens. "Commentary on Isaiah 4". "Gaebelein's Annotated Bible". https://www.studylight.org/
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