Israel In Isaiah, 2:1-4, Notes

Israel In Isaiah, 2:1-4, Notes. Click on the arrow to see the video and text.

Yeshua Ha Mashiach by Paul Wilbur. See video notes below.

The Book Of Isaiah.

Purpose of Writing: The Prophet Isaiah was primarily called to prophesy to the Kingdom of Judah. Judah was going through times of revival and times of rebellion. Judah was threatened with destruction by Assyria and Egypt, but was spared because of God’s mercy. Isaiah proclaimed a message of repentance from sin and hopeful expectation of God’s deliverance in the future. (

Dates come from Scofield Study Bible (1909).

Isaiah 2:1-4, 760 B.C., The Glory Of The Future Kingdom.

1 The word which Isaiah the son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem.

2 Now it will come about that
In the last days
The mountain of the house of the Lord
Will be established as the chief of the mountains,
And will be raised above the hills;
And all the nations will stream to it.
3 And many peoples will come and say,
“Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord,
To the house of the God of Jacob;
That He may teach us concerning His ways
And that we may walk in His paths.”
For the law will go forth from Zion
And the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.
4 And He will judge between the nations,
And will render decisions for many peoples;
And they will hammer their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks.
Nation will not lift up sword against nation,
And never again will they learn war.

2:4. “…and they will hammer their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks…” (The Millennium).

Ryrie note. 2:2-4. As in Micah 4:1-5, a description of the millennial kingdom. God’s government will be established over all of this world; Gentiles (nations) and Jews (peoples) will do the will of God; justice, and peace will reign.

Ryrie note. 2:4 plowshares. The iron tips of plows. See Joel 3:10 for the reverse.

Joel 3:10, 800 B.C., “Beat your plowshares into swords, and your pruning hooks into spears;…” The Tribulation.

Context: Joel 3:9-17.

Ryrie note. 3:9-17. A description of the campaign of Armageddon (Rev 16:14). Mic 4:3, the reverse of verse 10, can not be fulfilled until Armageddon. “Your mighty ones” (v 11). The Lord’s armies (Rev 19:14). The wicked are a “harvest…ripe” (v 13) for judgment (cf. Rev 14:18-19).

Consummation: Joel 3:18.

Ryrie note. 3:18. “in that day.” The day of Messiah’s reign in His earthly millennial kingdom.

Micah 4:1-5, 710 B.C., The Glories Of The Kingdom.

Micah 4:3, “…Then they will hammer their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks;…” (The Millennium)

Ryrie note. 4:1-3. Almost identical to Isa 2:2-4, this passage describes the glories of the millennial Kingdom. “the mountain of the house of the Lord.” Jerusalem and the Temple on Mount Zion, which will be the center of the government of the kingdom. “as the chief.” Lit., at the head (of lesser governmental divisions). “render decisions.” Arbitrate.

Ryrie note. 4:4. “sit under his vine…fig tree.” Evidence of peace and security in the kingdom age.

Video Details.

Opening video posted by Dean Cho. Yeshua Ha Mashiach by Paul Wilbur.

Who is Yeshua HaMashiach?

Yeshua HaMashiach (Yeh-SHOO-ah Ha-Mah-SHEE-akh) is Hebrew for “Jesus the Messiah.” Yeshua is a shortened version of the name Yehoshua (Yeh-HO-shoo-ah), which means “Adonai saves.” Mashiach is the Hebrew word for Messiah and means “anointed one.”

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The Church is the Church, and Israel is Israel. The Church did not replace Israel, and is not spiritual Israel. In the New Testament, “church” and “Israel” are mentioned as being separate entities. In the New Testament “church” is mentioned 112 times; Israel is mentioned 79 times; both are mentioned as being separate entities The Kingdom “has not yet come,” and will not come until the Jewish bloodline of Israel accepts God’s chosen king (Deuteronomy 17:15), which will take place at the end of the Tribulation when the nation of Israel faces decimation and calls on Messiah, Christ, in faith, to save them (Zechariah 12:10). Individual salvation is of the Jews (John 4:22), and comes through Christ (John 14:6). Things are discussed in this website that relate to God’s creation, from “eternity to eternity,” and all that is addressed within those parameters. Consider Isaiah 43:13, “Even from eternity I am He, And there is no one who can rescue from My hand; I act, and who can reverse it?” The Moody Study Bible adds a comment: “God is the ruler of all, and there is nothing that can stand against Him. His will is irresistible. The Bible Knowledge Commentary adds this thought: “No one can reverse what God puts into action or thwart His plans.” The articles that are found in this site may relate to anything that is found in the Bible, from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation22.21, as well as anything else that may relate to the Bible.

4 thoughts on “Israel In Isaiah, 2:1-4, Notes”

  1. Here is the truth of the matter. No one ever called our Lord, “Jesus.” A person’s name is not translated. “Bob” is “Bob,” regardless of the nation where “Bob” may reside. There was no letter “J” in Hebrew or Greek, and was not introduced into the English alphabet until about the 1500s. J Vernon McGee always said, “Christ,” which is what I do. Bible Hub is an app that shows the correct wording of such issues. I will send the Bible Hub link to you; its Lexicon helps me a lot.

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