Isaiah


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(Old Testament) the first of the major Hebrew prophets (8th century BC)

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an Old Testament book consisting of Isaiah's prophecies

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Mr Justice MacDonald ruled in favour of hospital bosses but said doctors should continue treating Isaiah until appeal judges had considered the case.
The inscription on seal is in Hebrew and bears the name Yesha'yah[u], which translates to the Hebrew name of Isaiah.
The trust said yesterday: "The court's decision to transfer Isaiah to palliative care is based on overwhelming expert evidence.
It didn't take long before Isaiah was contacted to do many radio interviews and a television interview on Windy City Live (ABC7) where his music received airplay to many new listeners in the Chicago area.
Another fine essay is Marvin Sweeney's, demonstrating that the book of Isaiah is thoroughly eschatological, and that eschatology is not confined to the royal or messianic aspects emphasized by earlier commentators like Hugo Gressmann and Sigmund Mowinckel, but focuses on Zion as a symbol of God's rule as unrivaled creator of the universe for both Israel and the nations.
Within a week, Isaiah had 10 large bags filled with donations,'' his mother said.
Unlike outlying prophets who moved around a lot, like Elisha; or were forced to live in the wilderness, like Elijah; or crossed the border to speak their piece, like Amos, Isaiah lodged in downtown Jerusalem.
That is, the death of Isaiah, the failure to do justice to his family and failure to try the accused persons who were alleged prominent suspects to his assassination.
Royal Artillery gunner Isaiah McInnes trained in Norfolk in 1941 as he prepared to go to war.
Isaiah testified, "In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, high and lofty; and the hem of his robe filled the temple.
6:1-8 -- Isaiah 6 reads like a first chapter as it introduces Isaiah to the reader through his dramatic call story.
I am large, I contain multitudes; lyric cohesion and conflict in Second Isaiah.