Scriptures
Isaiah 1: 1
aTG Visions.

b1 Ne. 19: 23 (23-24).

    3 Ne. 23: 1.

cTG Israel, Judah, People of.

d2 Kgs. 15: 13 (1-13).

    Hosea 1: 1.

e2 Kgs. 15: 30, 38 (13-38).

    Micah 1: 1.

f2 Kgs. 16: 20 (19-20).

Isaiah 1: 2
aDeut. 32: 1.

    D&C 1: 1 (1-2).

    D&C 76: 1.

bDeut. 32: 19.

Isaiah 1: 3
aHEB stall, or manger.

bTG Apostasy of Israel.

    TG God, Knowledge about.

    TG Ignorance.

Isaiah 1: 4
aTG Man, Natural, Not Spiritually Reborn.

bIsaiah 57: 4.

cD&C 38: 11 (10-12).

dTG Anger.

Isaiah 1: 5
aHEB smitten.

bTG Rebellion.

cHEB diseased.

Isaiah 1: 6
aHEB squeezed out.

bHEB softened.

Isaiah 1: 7
aDeut. 28: 51 (51-52).

bJer. 9: 11.

    Micah 3: 12.

    2 Ne. 13: 8.

cTG Israel, Scattering of.

Isaiah 1: 8
aTG Vineyard of the Lord.

bIE a watchman’s hut.

Isaiah 1: 9
aTG Israel, Remnant of.

Isaiah 1: 10
aEzek. 16: 46 (44-55).

Isaiah 1: 11
aTG Sacrifice.

b1 Sam. 15: 22.

Isaiah 1: 13
aTG Hypocrisy.

b1 Chr. 23: 31 (28-32).

cLam. 2: 6.

dMatt. 15: 9.

eHEB endure.

    Ps. 101: 5.

fIsaiah 29: 13.

gTG Solemn Assembly.

Isaiah 1: 14
aHosea 2: 11.

bAmos 5: 21.

cIsaiah 43: 24 (24-28).

Isaiah 1: 15
a1 Sam. 8: 18.

    D&C 101: 7 (7-8).

    TG God, Access to.

bHEB bloods; i.e. bloodshed.

    Isaiah 59: 2 (2-3).

Isaiah 1: 16
aJer. 7: 3 (1-7).

    TG Baptism.

bTG Cleanliness.

    TG Purification.

    TG Purity.

cTG Evil.

dTG Repentance.

Isaiah 1: 17
aTG Learning.

bTG Good Works.

cHEB justice.

dTG Charity.

eIE give a just verdict to the fatherless.

fTG Widows.

Isaiah 1: 18
aD&C 50: 10.

bTG Forgiveness.

    TG Sin.

cTG Purification.

Isaiah 1: 19
aTG Teachable.

bTG Obedience.

cTG Abundant Life.

Isaiah 1: 20
aTG Rebellion.

bTG Punishment.

Isaiah 1: 21
aTG Apostasy of Israel.

bOR justice.

Isaiah 1: 22
aTG Apostasy of Israel.

Isaiah 1: 23
aTG Kings, Earthly.

bIE bribes.

Ezek. 22: 12.

TG Bribery.

cHEB‘do not do justice to.’

    TG Judgment.

Isaiah 1: 24
aD&C 101: 58.

Isaiah 1: 25
aHEB return; i.e. repeatedly chastise.

bJer. 9: 7.

    Mal. 3: 3.

Isaiah 1: 26
aJer. 33: 7 (7-8).

bTG Counselors.

cTG Jerusalem.

Isaiah 1: 27
aTG Zion.

bHEB justice.

cTG Conversion.

Isaiah 1: 29
aIE terebinth trees and gardens used in idol worship.

Isaiah 1: 31
aIE as a tuft of inflammable fibers.

bIsaiah 9: 16 (16-21).

Isaiah 2: 1
aIsaiah chapters 2-14 are quoted from the brass plates by Nephi in 2 Ne. 12-24; there are some differences in wording which should be noted.

bHEB khazah, meaning ‘envisioned.’ It means Isaiah received his message through a vision from the LORD.

Isaiah 2: 2
aTG Last Days.

bIsaiah 13: 2.

    Micah 4: 1 (1-3).

cTG Jerusalem, New.

dTG Dispensations.

    TG Restoration of the Gospel.

e1 Kgs. 8: 41 (41-42).

    TG Israel, Mission of.

    TG Nations.

Isaiah 2: 3
aTG Millennium, Preparing a People for.

bPs. 48: 1.

    Isaiah 30: 29.

    3 Ne. 20: 22.

    D&C 84: 2 (2-4).

cTG Temple.

dTG Missionary Work.

    TG Teaching.

eIsaiah 33: 20.

    TG Kingdom of God, on Earth.

    TG Zion.

fHEB teaching, or doctrine.

    TG God, Law of.

    TG Mission of Latter-day Saints.

Isaiah 2: 4
aTG Jesus Christ, Judge.

bTG Millennium.

    TG Peace.

    TG War.

Isaiah 2: 5
aTG Walking with God.

bTG Jesus Christ, Light of the World.

Isaiah 2: 6
aIE are filled, supplied with teachings, alien beliefs.

    Ps. 106: 35.

bTG Sorcery.

cHEB strike hands with, or make covenant with.

Isaiah 2: 8
aTG Apostasy of Israel.

    TG Idolatry.

bTG Trust Not in the Arm of Flesh.

    TG Worship.

Isaiah 2: 9
aIE ordinary man.

b2 Ne. 12: 9.

Isaiah 2: 11
aPs. 46: 10 (7-11).

    Isaiah 28: 5.

bIsaiah 52: 6.

    Hosea 2: 16 (14-23).

    Zech. 9: 16.

Isaiah 2: 12
aTG Day of the Lord.

bTG Pride.

cJob 40: 11.

Isaiah 2: 13
aEzek. 31: 3.

Isaiah 2: 16
aThe Greek (Septuagint) version has one phrase that the Hebrew does not, and the Hebrew has one phrase that the Greek does not; but 2 Ne. 12: 16 has both.

    Ps. 48: 7.

    Ezek. 27: 25.

Isaiah 2: 17
aTG Haughtiness.

Isaiah 2: 18
aTG Idolatry.

Isaiah 2: 19
aRev. 6: 15.

bTG Fearfulness.

Isaiah 2: 20
aHEB cast away.

Isaiah 2: 22
aTG Trust Not in the Arm of Flesh.

bIECease depending on mortal man; he is of little power compared to God. Cp.:

    Moses 1: 10.

Isaiah 3: 1
a2 Ne. 13: 1 (1-26).

bLev. 26: 32 (26-33).

cLam. 1: 11.

Isaiah 3: 2
aOR elder (also v. 5).

Isaiah 3: 3
aOR the wise man of magic arts.

bHEB skillful enchanter.

Isaiah 3: 4
aEccl. 10: 16.

Isaiah 3: 5
aDeut. 28: 50 (49-5 1).

    Lam. 4: 16 (16-17).

Isaiah 3: 6
a2 Ne. 13: 6.

Isaiah 3: 7
aHEB a binder up (of a wound); i.e. I cannot solve your problems.

Isaiah 3: 8
aMicah 3: 12.

bLam. 1: 3 (1-3).

Isaiah 3: 9
aGen. 19: 5.

    TG Apostasy of Israel.

bGen. 13: 10 (10-13).

    Deut. 32: 32.

Isaiah 3: 10
aEccl. 8: 12.

    TG Righteousness.

bPs. 128: 2.

Isaiah 3: 11
aPs. 11: 6.

bIE the recompense of his deeds shall be done to him.

Isaiah 3: 12
aIsaiah 3: 16-4: 1.

bIsaiah 1: 13.

Isaiah 3: 13
aHEB contend.

    Micah 6: 2.

Isaiah 3: 14
aTG Jesus Christ, Judge.

bHEB elders.

cHEB rulers, or leaders.

dHEB consumed, or burned.

eIE embezzled gain.

fEzek. 22: 12 (6-13).

    Amos 3: 10.

    Alma 4: 12 (12-13).

Isaiah 3: 15
aAmos 2: 6-7.

    Amos 4: 1.

    D&C 52: 40.

Isaiah 3: 16
aTG Modesty.

bTG Haughtiness.

    TG Vanity.

cTG Walking in Darkness.

dTG Carnal Mind.

eIE walking with short, rapid steps in an affected manner.

Isaiah 3: 17
aHEB expose; idiom meaning ‘put them to shame.’

Isaiah 3: 18
aPossibly hairnets. Authorities do not always agree on the nature of the female ornaments listed in v. 18-23.

bIE ornaments shaped like a crescent moon.

Isaiah 3: 19
aHEB veils.

Isaiah 3: 22
aHEB resplendent garments.

bTG Apparel.

Isaiah 3: 23
aOR transparent garments.

Isaiah 3: 24
aHEB rags.

bIsaiah 15: 2.

    Ezek. 7: 18 (18-19).

    Amos 8: 10.

cOR a robe.

dOR branding (a mark of slavery).

eTG Beauty.

Isaiah 3: 25
aIsaiah 4: 1.

    Amos 4: 10.

Isaiah 3: 26
aLam. 2: 9 (8-10).

bLam. 2: 8.

cLam. 1: 4 (4-6).

dIEJerusalem shall be emptied, cleaned out.

eLam. 2: 10.

Isaiah 4: 1
aIE because of scarcity of men due to wars.

    Isaiah 3: 25.

bIsaiah 3: 25 (24-25).

cTG Marriage.

dIE the stigma of being unmarried and childless.

    TG Reproach.

Isaiah 4: 2
aJer. 23: 5 (5-6).

    2 Ne. 3: 5.

    Jacob 2: 25.

bTG Beauty.

cIEThe earth will be renewed, and will be productive, prosperous, and beautiful.

dIsaiah 10: 20.

    D&C 133: 12 (11-13).

Isaiah 4: 3
aTG Israel, Restoration of.

bTG Zion.

cTG Jerusalem.

dIE those saved by approval of the Messiah.

    TG Record Keeping.

Isaiah 4: 4
aIEWhen the Lord has cleansed the earth (v. 4) he will set up his dwelling and his protective presence here (v. 5-6).

bMal. 3: 2.

cTG Millennium, Preparing a People for.

dTG World, End of.

Isaiah 4: 5
aTG Zion.

bDeut. 1: 33.

    TG Protection, Divine.

cTG God, Presence of.

Isaiah 4: 6
aD&C 45: 66 (66-72).

    TG Refuge.

Isaiah 5: 1
a2 Ne. 15: 1 (1-30).

bIEThe prophet composes a song or poetic parable of a vineyard, showing God’s mercy and Israel’s unresponsiveness.

cD&C 101: 44 (43-58).

dIE in Israel.

Isaiah 5: 4
aTG Apostasy of Israel.

Isaiah 5: 5
aMatt. 21: 43 (33-44).

bD&C 24: 19.

cProv. 24: 31.

    Lam. 2: 7 (6-7).

Isaiah 5: 7
aTG Vineyard of the Lord.

bOR justice.

cIE a riotous or raucous outcry.

Isaiah 5: 8
aTG Covetousness.

bMicah 2: 2.

cIE be left to dwell alone. The wealthy landowners absorb small farms of the poor.

Isaiah 5: 10
aEzek. 45: 11.

Isaiah 5: 11
aTG Drunkenness.

Isaiah 5: 12
aHEB lyre.

bHEB drums.

cTG Rebellion.

dPs. 28: 5 (4-5).

Isaiah 5: 13
aTG Bondage, Spiritual.

bTG God, Knowledge about.

    TG Knowledge.

Isaiah 5: 14
aHEB noise, or uproar.

Isaiah 5: 15
aOR haughty.

Isaiah 5: 16
aTG Jesus Christ, Judge.

bLev. 19: 2.

    Josh. 24: 19.

Isaiah 5: 18
aHEB entice, or pull.

bTG Vanity.

cIEThey are tied to their sins like beasts to their burdens.

Isaiah 5: 19
aAmos 5: 18.

b2 Pet. 3: 4 (3-4).

cTG Sign Seekers.

dIEThey will not believe in the Messiah until they see him.

Isaiah 5: 20
aTG Evil.

bTG Discernment, Spiritual.

    TG God, the Standard of Righteousness.

cTG Darkness, Spiritual.

dTG Light.

Isaiah 5: 21
aTG Wisdom.

bTG Pride.

cTG Prudence.

Isaiah 5: 22
aTG Drunkenness.

bTG Word of Wisdom.

Isaiah 5: 23
aTG Injustice.

bProv. 17: 15.

cIE deprive him of his legal rights.

Isaiah 5: 24
aIsaiah 47: 14.

bJob 18: 16.

Isaiah 5: 25
aTG God, Indignation of.

bTG God, Access to.

Isaiah 5: 26
aTG Ensign.

    TG Millennium, Preparing a People for.

bOR whistle; i.e. signal for the gathering.

    Isaiah 7: 18.

    2 Ne. 29: 2 (13).

cDeut. 28: 49.

dTG Israel, Gathering of.

Isaiah 5: 29
aTG Israel, Deliverance of.

b3 Ne. 21: 12 (12-13).

Isaiah 5: 30
aTG World, End of.

bTG Darkness, Spiritual.

Isaiah 6: 1
a2 Ne. 16: 1 (1-13).

bTG Jesus Christ, Appearances, Antemortal.

cTG Jesus Christ, Jehovah.

dD&C 137: 3.

    TG Kingdom of God, in Heaven.

eIE the hem of his garment, or the skirts thereof.

Isaiah 6: 2
aTG Cherubim.

    TG Symbolism.

Isaiah 6: 3
aEzek. 1: 28 (9-11, 28).

    Rev. 4: 8 (7-9).

bTG Jesus Christ, Glory of.

Isaiah 6: 4
aHEB foundations of the thresholds trembled.

bEx. 19: 18.

Isaiah 6: 5
aHEB cut off; i.e. he was overwhelmed by his consciousness of the sins of himself and his people.

bTG Uncleanness.

cTG God, Privilege of Seeing.

    TG Testimony.

dMatt. 2: 2.

Isaiah 6: 6
aIE a symbol of cleansing.

Isaiah 6: 7
aJer. 1: 9.

bTG Forgiveness.

Isaiah 6: 8
aTG Authority.

    TG Called of God.

    TG Priesthood, Keys.

    TG Prophets, Mission of.

    TG Teaching with the Spirit.

bTG Priesthood, Ordination.

Isaiah 6: 9
aMatt. 13: 14-15.

    Acts 28: 26-27.

bLuke 8: 10.

    2 Ne. 16: 9.

cTG Unbelief, Unbelievers.

Isaiah 6: 10
aTG Hardheartedness.

bTG Spiritual Blindness.

Isaiah 6: 11
aThe prophet wonders how long men will be so, and the Lord answers: until mortal man is no more.

Isaiah 6: 13
a2 Ne. 16: 13.

bIELike a tree, though its leaves be scattered, life and potential to produce seed yet remain in it.

Isaiah 7: 1
a2 Ne. 17: 1 (1-25).

b2 Kgs. 15: 37 (36-38).

    2 Kgs. 16: 5 (1-6).

    Isaiah 8: 6.

    Isaiah 9: 11.

c2 Chr. 28: 5 (1-6).

d2 Kgs. 15: 27 (27-37).

Isaiah 7: 2
aIEAll northern Israel was called by the name of Ephraim, the leading northern tribe.

Isaiah 7: 3
aHEBThe remnant shall return.

    Isaiah 8: 3, 18 (17-18).

bHEB canal, or tunnel.

    Isaiah 22: 11.

cIE by way of the launderers’ field near the stream below the pool of Siloam.

Isaiah 7: 4
aIEDon’t be alarmed by the attack; those two kings have little fire left.

Isaiah 7: 6
aHEB divide it up.

Isaiah 7: 8
aIsaiah 17: 1 (1, 3).

bTG Israel, Joseph, People of.

    TG Israel, Ten Lost Tribes of.

Isaiah 7: 9
aTG Faith.

bIEIf you lack faith, you will not be saved.

Isaiah 7: 12
aOR test, try.

    TG Test, Try, Prove.

Isaiah 7: 14
aTG Signs.

bMatt. 1: 23.

cTG Jesus Christ, Birth of.

    TG Jesus Christ, Prophecies about.

dTG Jesus Christ, Divine Sonship.

eHEBWith us is God.

    TG Foreordination.

Isaiah 7: 15
aORCurd and honey-the only foods available to the poor at times.

Isaiah 7: 16
aIE before he is mature.

    Isaiah 8: 4.

bTG Evil.

Isaiah 7: 17
aIEThe immediate danger is the threat of Assyria.

bTG Israel, Joseph, People of.

cTG Israel, Judah, People of.

Isaiah 7: 18
aOR whistle; i.e. signal, summon.

    Isaiah 5: 26.

bIE for attacking forces.

Isaiah 7: 20
aIEThe land will be depopulated by a foreign invader.

Isaiah 7: 21
aIEOnly a few self-sustaining survivors shall remain.

Isaiah 7: 22
aHEB curd and honey; i.e. typical nomad staples.

Isaiah 7: 23
aOR pieces of silver.

Isaiah 7: 25
aHEB hoed with the hoe.

bHEB sheep, or goats.

Isaiah 8: 1
a2 Ne. 18: 1 (1-22).

bTG Scriptures, Writing of.

cHEB an engraving tool of a man.

eHEBTo speed to the spoil, he hasteneth the prey.

Isaiah 8: 3
aIE his wife.

    Alma 32: 23.

bIsaiah 7: 3.

    Isaiah 8: 18 (17-18).

Isaiah 8: 4
aIsaiah 7: 16.

b2 Ne. 18: 4.

cTG Israel, Ten Lost Tribes of.

d2 Kgs. 15: 29.

Isaiah 8: 6
aNeh. 3: 15.

    John 9: 7.

bIsaiah 7: 1 (1-6).

Isaiah 8: 7
aIE upon northern Israel first.

bJer. 46: 7 (7-8).

cIsaiah 10: 12.

Isaiah 8: 8
aIEAssyria will penetrate Judah also.

bIsaiah 30: 28.

cIE the land of the future birth of Immanuel.

Isaiah 8: 9
aIEForm alliances.

Isaiah 8: 10
aD&C 1: 19.

    D&C 3: 7 (6-11).

bIEJudah (land of Immanuel) will be spared.

    Ps. 46: 7.

Isaiah 8: 11
aIE in power.

Isaiah 8: 12
aIEJudah should not rely on secret plots with others for safety.

Isaiah 8: 13
aIEBe reverent and humble before God.

Isaiah 8: 14
aIE security for those who trust him, but dismay and suffering for unbelievers.

    Ezek. 11: 16 (15-21).

bTG Cornerstone.

cMatt. 21: 44 (43-45).

    Luke 2: 34.

    Rom. 9: 32 (28-33).

dTG Rock.

eMatt. 11: 6.

    Matt. 24: 10.

    TG Offenses.

fPs. 69: 22.

Isaiah 8: 16
aD&C 109: 46.

bTG Seals.

cHEB teachings, or doctrine.

Isaiah 8: 17
aDeut. 32: 20.

bIsaiah 54: 8 (4-10).

Isaiah 8: 18
aIEThe names of Isaiah and his sons mean respectively: ‘Jehovah saves’; ‘He hastens the prey’; and ‘A remnant shall return.’

    Isaiah 7: 3.

    Isaiah 8: 3.

    TG Symbolism.

Isaiah 8: 19
aTG Sorcery.

    TG Spirits, Evil or Unclean.

bIE sorcerers, soothsayers.

    TG Superstitions.

cOR on behalf of.

Isaiah 8: 20
aTG Scriptures, Value of.

bIE the spiritualist media (also in v. 21, 22).

cTG Light.

Isaiah 8: 21
aIEIsrael would be taken into captivity because they would not hearken.

bTG Blasphemy.

Isaiah 8: 22
aTG Darkness, Spiritual.

bHEB dark affliction.

Isaiah 9: 1
a2 Ne. 19: 1 (1-21).

bRabbinical commentators relate this to the attacks by Assyria under Tiglath-pileser and Sargon II.

cMatt. 4: 15 (14-16).

Isaiah 9: 2
aThe ‘dimness’ and ‘darkness’ were apostasy and captivity (Isaiah 8: 20-22).

The ‘great light’ is Christ (Isaiah 9: 6-7).

    TG Darkness, Spiritual.

bTG Jesus Christ, Light of the World.

    TG Light.

Isaiah 9: 3
aIsaiah 26: 15.

bAbr. 2: 9.

cOR and increased the joy to him.

    2 Ne. 19: 3 (2-7).

dPs. 119: 162.

Isaiah 9: 4
aTG Bondage, Spiritual.

bIsaiah 10: 27 (24-27).

cIsaiah 14: 5.

dHEB was broken in the day of Midian.

eJudg. 7: 23 (19-23).

    Isaiah 10: 26.

Isaiah 9: 5
aHEBWhen the whole battle... was with confused noise, and... blood.

bThis ‘burning’ is to be the cleansing of the earth by fire prior to the setting up of the Messianic kingdom.

    3 Ne. 25: 1.

    D&C 64: 23 (23-24).

    JS-H 1: 37.

Isaiah 9: 6
aTG Jesus Christ, Prophecies about.

bTG God, Manifestations of.

    TG Jesus Christ, Birth of.

cTG Jesus Christ, Divine Sonship.

dTG Governments.

    TG Jesus Christ, Authority of.

    TG Jesus Christ, Millennial Reign.

    TG Jesus Christ, Mission of.

eTG Counselors.

fTG Jesus Christ, Power of.

gMosiah 7: 27 (26-27).

hTG Immortality.

iTG Peace.

    TG Peace of God.

Isaiah 9: 7
aTG Governments.

    TG Kingdom of God, on Earth.

bLuke 1: 33 (32-33).

cTG Jesus Christ, Davidic Descent of.

dTG God, Justice of.

    TG Justice.

eTG Zeal.

Isaiah 9: 8
aIEThe prophetic message that follows (v. 821) was a warning to the northern ten tribes, called Israel.

Isaiah 9: 9
a2 Ne. 9: 28 (28-29).

Isaiah 9: 11
aIsaiah 7: 1.

Isaiah 9: 12
aIE on the east.

bIE on the west.

cJer. 4: 8.

dIEIn spite of all, the Lord is available if they will turn to him (also v. 17, 21).

eTG God, Access to.

Isaiah 9: 13
aTG Rebellion.

bHosea 7: 10.

Isaiah 9: 15
aOR elder and man of rank.

    2 Ne. 19: 15.

bTG False Prophets.

Isaiah 9: 16
aTG Leadership.

bIsaiah 1: 31.

Isaiah 9: 17
aTG Hypocrisy.

bProv. 26: 25.

Isaiah 9: 18
aIsaiah 10: 17.

bIsaiah 10: 34.

Isaiah 9: 19
aMosiah 9: 2.

    JS-M 1: 30.

bEzek. 38: 21.

    Micah 7: 2 (2, 6).

Isaiah 9: 20
aHag. 1: 6.

bJer. 19: 9.

Isaiah 10: 1
a2 Ne. 20: 1 (1-34).

bTG Injustice.

Isaiah 10: 2
aOR justice.

    TG Judgment.

bMosiah 4: 16 (16-18).

    D&C 38: 16.

Isaiah 10: 3
aIE punishment.

    Hosea 9: 7.

    Luke 19: 44.

Isaiah 10: 5
aORAssyria is the rod of my anger, and my wrath is a staff in their hand.

    Ezek. 31: 3.

Isaiah 10: 6
aTG Hypocrisy.

Isaiah 10: 7
aHEB did his heart intend it thus.

Isaiah 10: 12
a2 Kgs. 19: 35 (35-37).

bIE the proud boasting.

cIsaiah 8: 7.

Isaiah 10: 13
a2 Kgs. 19: 23.

Isaiah 10: 15
aAll the metaphors in this verse ask the same question: Can man (e.g. the Assyrian king) prosper against God?

bTG Boasting.

cHEB wields, moves.

Isaiah 10: 16
aEzek. 34: 16.

    2 Ne. 15: 17.

bIE of the king of Assyria (also v. 17, 18, 19).

Isaiah 10: 17
aIsaiah 9: 18.

Isaiah 10: 18
aIEAssyria will vanish completely.

Isaiah 10: 20
aThis prophecy extends to the latter days in the succeeding verse.

bIsaiah 4: 2.

cOR lean, rely upon.

    2 Kgs. 16: 7.

Isaiah 10: 21
aTG Israel, Remnant of.

b2 Chr. 30: 6 (1-7).

    1 Ne. 10: 3.

Isaiah 10: 22
aRom. 9: 27 (27-28).

bTG Israel, Gathering of.

cTG World, End of.

dMatt. 24: 34.

    D&C 1: 7.

eIEEven when punishment comes, mercy is available.

Isaiah 10: 23
aIE cause the decreed destruction.

Isaiah 10: 24
aIsaiah 30: 31.

bIE as the Egyptians did in earlier times.

Isaiah 10: 25
aIsaiah 54: 7.

bDan. 11: 36.

    2 Ne. 20: 25.

Isaiah 10: 26
aIsaiah 9: 4.

bJudg. 7: 25 (19-25).

cEx. 14: 26 (26-27).

dEx. 14: 27 (16-27).

Isaiah 10: 27
aIsaiah 9: 4 (3-4).

bTG Bondage, Physical.

cTG Jesus Christ, Messiah.

Isaiah 10: 28
aProgress of the Assyrian armies toward Jerusalem is traced; then (v. 33-34) the LORD’S action against them is figuratively described.

Isaiah 10: 33
aSee Isaiah 36, 37 or 2 Kgs. 18: 13 -19: 37 for a fulfillment of this prophecy.

bTG Haughtiness.

Isaiah 10: 34
aIsaiah 9: 18.

bIsaiah 37: 36.

Isaiah 11: 1
a2 Ne. 21: 1 (1-16).

    JS-H 1: 40.

bPs. 110: 2.

    D&C 113: 3 (1-6).

cD&C 113: 1 (1-2).

    TG Jesus Christ, Messiah.

    TG Jesus Christ, Prophecies about.

dJesse was the father of David; reference is made to the royal Davidic genealogical line in which Jesus is eventually born.

    Micah 5: 2.

    Heb. 7: 14.

    TG Jesus Christ, Davidic Descent of.

eJer. 23: 5.

Isaiah 11: 2
aTG God, Spirit of.

    TG Holy Ghost, Mission of.

bTG Wisdom.

cTG Understanding.

dTG Counsel.

Isaiah 11: 3
aTG Jesus Christ, Millennial Reign.

bIE by appearances and by hearsay.

    John 7: 24.

    TG Discernment, Spiritual.

    TG Sight.

Isaiah 11: 4
a2 Ne. 30: 9 (8-15).

bTG Jesus Christ, Authority of.

    TG Jesus Christ, Judge.

cHEB decide with equity.

    TG Reproof.

dTG Meekness.

ePs. 2: 9.

    2 Ne. 7: 8.

fIsaiah 30: 28.

gPs. 139: 19 (17-24).

    2 Ne. 30: 10 (10-11).

    D&C 63: 33 (29-37).

Isaiah 11: 5
aEx. 12: 11.

    Isaiah 59: 17 (16-17).

    Eph. 6: 14.

    D&C 27: 16 (16-17).

bOR waist.

Isaiah 11: 6
aTG Nature.

Isaiah 11: 8
aOR the horned viper.

bIE another venomous serpent.

Isaiah 11: 9
aIsaiah 60: 18.

    D&C 101: 26.

bTG Peace.

cTG Zion.

dHab. 2: 14.

    TG Earth, Renewal of.

eTG God, Knowledge about.

    TG Knowledge.

    TG Millennium.

Isaiah 11: 10
aIE the latter days.

    JS-H 1: 40.

bRev. 5: 5.

    D&C 113: 6 (5-6).

cTG Ensign.

dOR unto him.

eTG Gentiles.

    TG Israel, Mission of.

fTG Rest.

Isaiah 11: 11
aD&C 137: 6.

bTG Israel, Gathering of.

    TG Israel, Restoration of.

    TG Restoration of the Gospel.

cTG Israel, Ten Lost Tribes of.

d2 Ne. 10: 20 (19-22).

    D&C 133: 8.

Isaiah 11: 12
aTG Dispensations.

    TG Ensign.

    TG Kingdom of God, on Earth.

    TG Mission of Latter-day Saints.

Isaiah 11: 13
aThe tribes led by Judah and Ephraim were historically adversaries (after events of 1 Kgs. 12: 16-20 ). In the latter days this enmity will be healed.

    TG Envy.

bTG Israel, Judah, People of.

Isaiah 11: 14
aHEB fly down on the shoulder; i.e. attack the western slopes that were Philistine territory.

b2 Ne. 10: 8 (8-9).

cHEB together (i.e. Ephraim and Judah) they shall spoil.

Isaiah 11: 15
aZech. 10: 11.

bIE facilitate the return, as in the days of Moses.

Isaiah 11: 16
aHEB a way, or road.

    D&C 133: 23-27.

bEx. 14: 29.

    Isaiah 19: 23.

    Isaiah 35: 8 (8-10).

    2 Ne. 21: 16.

    D&C 133: 27.

Isaiah 12: 1
a2 Ne. 22: 1 (1-6).

bIE in the time of the events of the preceding chapter.

cIEThe people who are gathered will sing this song of praise.

Isaiah 12: 2
aThis is one of the four times only that the name Jehovah is written out in full in the King James English Bible.

    Ex. 6: 3.

    Ps. 83: 18.

    Isaiah 26: 4.

In all other places LORD is used instead.

bTG Jesus Christ, Jehovah.

    TG Priesthood, Power of.

    TG Strength.

cTG Salvation.

Isaiah 12: 3
aTG Joy.

Isaiah 12: 4
aTG Thanksgiving.

bOR proclaim.

Isaiah 12: 5
aTG Singing.

Isaiah 12: 6
aD&C 68: 26.

bDeut. 23: 14.

    Ps. 46: 5.

Isaiah 13: 1
a2 Ne. 23: 1 (1-22).

b‘Burden’ as used in Isaiah is a message of doom ‘lifted up’ against a people.

    Isaiah 14: 28.

cThe historic destruction of wicked Babylon, prophesied in Isaiah 13 and 14, is made typical of the ultimate destruction of the whole wicked world.

    D&C 133: 14 (5, 7, 14).

Isaiah 13: 2
aOR ensign.

    TG Ensign.

bIsaiah 2: 2.

cHEB raise.

Isaiah 13: 3
a‘Sanctified ones’ and ‘saints’ are synonymously translated from either of two Hebrew words in the Old Testament.

bJoel 3: 11.

Isaiah 13: 4
aZeph. 3: 8.

bTG War.

Isaiah 13: 5
aZech. 12: 9 (4, 8-9).

Isaiah 13: 6
aIsaiah 14: 31.

bTG Day of the Lord.

Isaiah 13: 7
aMoses 7: 66.

Isaiah 13: 8
aTG Pain.

bHosea 13: 13.

Isaiah 13: 9
aTG Earth, Cleansing of.

    TG World, End of.

Isaiah 13: 10
aEzek. 32: 7 (7-8).

    Joel 2: 10.

    Matt. 24: 29.

Isaiah 13: 11
aTG Punishment.

bTG World.

cTG Haughtiness.

dHEB tyrants.

Isaiah 13: 12
aIsaiah 24: 6.

    TG Worth of Souls.

bJob 28: 16.

Isaiah 13: 13
aHag. 2: 6.

    2 Ne. 8: 6.

    3 Ne. 26: 3.

bIsaiah 14: 26 (22-26).

    Isaiah 24: 1.

    D&C 88: 87 (87-92).

cTG Earth, Renewal of.

dLam. 1: 12.

Isaiah 13: 14
aOR hunted deer.

bHEB none gathers in.

cJer. 50: 16.

dTG Lands of Inheritance.

Isaiah 13: 15
aOR pierced, or stabbed.

Isaiah 13: 16
aNahum 3: 10.

bZech. 14: 2 (1-2).

cOR plundered.

Isaiah 13: 17
aDan. 5: 30-31.

Isaiah 13: 19
aTG Babylon.

bHEB vainglorious grandeur of the Babylonians.

cIsaiah 23: 13.

dJer. 20: 16.

    Amos 4: 11.

eGen. 19: 24.

    Jer. 50: 40.

Isaiah 13: 20
aJer. 50: 3.

Isaiah 13: 21
aIsaiah 34: 14 (11-15).

bHEB he-goats, or demons.

Isaiah 13: 22
aHEB palaces.

bHEB(perhaps) jackals, or wild dogs.