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Bible Commentaries

Arno Gaebelein's Annotated Bible

Isaiah 60

Verses 1-22

CHAPTER 60

The Glory Chapter: The Morning of a New Age and Its Blessing

1. The light and glory has come (Isaiah 60:1 ) 2. The darkness before the morning (Isaiah 60:2 ) 3. The conversion of the Gentiles (Isaiah 60:3 ) 4. The dispersed brought home (Isaiah 60:4 ) 5. The conversion of the world (Isaiah 60:5-9 ) 6. Jerusalem restored and glorified (Isaiah 60:10-16 ) 7. The theocratic kingdom established: Its material and spiritual glories (Isaiah 60:17-22 ) A small volume might be written on this glory chapter. The reader will note how all stands connected with chapters 58-59. First the call to repentance, then the uncovering of Jacob’s transgression, their confession, the answer of Jehovah by His personal manifestation. He deals with His adversaries and appears as Redeemer in Zion. Then the glory light breaks forth. It is the dawn of the morning. That morning was preceded by gross darkness--universal apostasy and corruption. After the glory has broken forth the kingdom age begins. The conversion of the Gentiles will take place and Jerusalem will be indeed the city of a great King. Then at last all the people will be righteous. How strange that Christendom should ignore these majestic predictions and their divine order.

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Gaebelein, Arno Clemens. "Commentary on Isaiah 60". "Gaebelein's Annotated Bible". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/gab/isaiah-60.html. 1913-1922.