Upon Arabia, or
Upon the City of Jerusalem.
Invasion and siege by Sennacherib. (1-7)
A reproof because of their misconduct in two
Not looking to God (8-11)
Not humbling themselves (12-14)
The court of Hezekiah, and the officers of that
The displacement of Shebna
The advancement of Eliakim.
The lamentable desolation of Tyre (1-14)
The restoration of Tyre after seventy
Judgment on the earth
A threat of desolating judgments for sin (1-12)
Good people should be comforted (13-15)
A further threat of the like desolations (16-22)
God should be glorified (23)
Thankful praises for what God had done (1-5)
Promises of what God will do for His church
The church’s triumph in God over her enemies
What can we learn from ancient prophecies?
How can God be so unforgiving?
How and when will God destroy the whole earth?