I S A I A H.
This chapter is an abridgment of the foregoing
chapter; the heads of it are much the same. Here is, I. A woe to
those who, when the Assyrian army invaded them, trusted to the
Egyptians, and not to God, for succour, ver. 1-3. II. Assurance given of the care
God would take of Jerusalem in that time of danger and distress,
ver. 4, 5. III. A call to
repentance and reformation, ver. 6,
7. IV. A prediction of the fall of the Assyrian army,
and the fright which the Assyrian king should thereby be put into,
ver. 8, 9.