Origin of Isaiah
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How to use Isaiah in a sentence
Meanwhile, however, the most inventive subplot involves Isaiah’s good friend Dodson, who’s played Watson to IQ’s Sherlock on many a case.Joe Ide’s IQ series continues with the idiosyncratic marvel ‘Smoke’|Maureen Corrigan|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
When this word of the Lord came to Isaiah, his people were also in a jam.
The breach, according to the imagery of Isaiah, is when there is a gap in the nation between what is and how God wants things to be.
The sight alarmed his 10-year-old son Isaiah, who enjoys working out with his dad in their basement gym.Inside a week of recovery with Morgan Moses, one of Washington’s toughest players|Sam Fortier|December 26, 2020|Washington Post
Nina texted Wasielewski, the agent, to confirm they probably wouldn’t know whether Isaiah had made it until Saturday evening.For undrafted NFL rookies, the odds were even longer this year. Isaiah Wright made it anyway.|Sam Fortier|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Dore's ideal portrait is more suited to the second or pseudo-Isaiah, than to the real one.
It is noteworthy that Jeremiah does not enter into the history in Kings (contrast Isaiah above).
In the Trito-Isaiah during the post-exilian period, and in such psalm literature as Pss.
This patient purpose of God Isaiah now proceeds to describe in its details.
They had carried it to a successful issue, taunting Isaiah with their success.
British Dictionary definitions for Isaiah
Cultural definitions for Isaiah
A major Israelite prophet who foretold the coming of the Messiah; the Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament is attributed to him. In the New Testament, his prophecies are treated as predictions of many of the details of the life and death of Jesus. (See Good Shepherd.)