Scriptures
Isaiah 14: 1
a2 Ne. 24: 1 (1-32).

bPs. 102: 13.

cZech. 1: 17.

dTG Israel, Land of.

eTG Conversion.

    TG Israel, Mission of.

    TG Strangers.

Isaiah 14: 2
aIEOther nations shall help Israel.

bIsaiah 60: 9.

cEzek. 39: 10.

dTG Kingdom of God, on Earth.

Isaiah 14: 4
aIE a satirical song.

bTG Babylon.

cHEB(perhaps) insolent, or proud.

Isaiah 14: 5
aIsaiah 9: 4.

bTG Wickedness.

Isaiah 14: 6
aOR constant blows.

Isaiah 14: 7
aTG Earth, Renewal of.

Isaiah 14: 8
aHEB cypress.

bIE in death.

cHEB the (tree-) cutter has not come upon us.

Isaiah 14: 9
aTG Hell.

bIE disembodied spirits.

Isaiah 14: 11
aHEB sheol, or the spirit world.

Isaiah 14: 12
aRev. 8: 10.

bTG Heaven.

cHEB morning star, son of dawn. The ruler of the wicked world (Babylon) is spoken of as Lucifer, the ruler of all wickedness.

    TG Devil.

dTG Nations.

Isaiah 14: 13
aEzek. 31: 10.

bMoses 4: 1.

cTG Selfishness.

dTG Council in Heaven.

eIE dwelling of the gods according to Babylonian belief.

    Ps. 48: 2.

Isaiah 14: 14
aD&C 29: 36 (36-37).

    D&C 76: 28 (25-29).

Isaiah 14: 15
aTG Damnation.

    TG Death, Spiritual, First.

    TG Hell.

    TG Spirits in Prison.

Isaiah 14: 16
aIE the king of Babylon; the preceding verses, 12-15, applied to either Lucifer or the king.

bHEB squint at thee and reflect upon thee.

Isaiah 14: 18
aEzek. 32: 27.

bIE his family tomb.

Isaiah 14: 19
aIE a rejected branch, pruned off and discarded.

bIE the very bottom.

Isaiah 14: 20
aEccl. 6: 3.

bPs. 109: 13.

cTG Wickedness.

Isaiah 14: 21
aIELet not another evil generation arise and resume an evil regime.

    Deut. 24: 16.

Isaiah 14: 22
aProv. 10: 7.

    Jer. 51: 62 (61-62).

Isaiah 14: 23
aIsaiah 34: 11 (11-1 5).

bOR broom.

Isaiah 14: 25
aThe subject shifts to Assyria’s attack and downfall in Judah, 701 B.C. (v. 24-27).

    2 Kgs. 19: 35 (32-37).

    Isaiah 37: 36 (33-38).

    Zech. 10: 11.

bIE the mountains of Judah.

cTG Bondage, Physical.

Isaiah 14: 26
aIsaiah 13: 13 (4-13).

    D&C 88: 87 (87-92).

bIEEventually all worldly nations will be overthrown thus.

Isaiah 14: 27
aTG God, Power of.

Isaiah 14: 28
aIEAbout 720 B.C., this burden or message of doom was prophesied about the Philistines, while Judah would be secure.

b2 Kgs. 16: 20.

cIsaiah 13: 1.

Isaiah 14: 29
aHEBPhilistia (also v. 31).

Isaiah 14: 31
aIsaiah 13: 6.

bJer. 47: 1.

    Ezek. 25: 15 (15-16).

    Amos 1: 8.

Isaiah 14: 32
aIEPhilistia.

bTG Zion.

cTG Poor.

dOR seek refuge in it.

Isaiah 15: 1
aIE a message of doom ‘lifted up’ against Moab.

bGen. 19: 37 (30-37).

    Ezek. 25: 8.

cDeut. 2: 9.

dJer. 48: 4 (1-47).

Isaiah 15: 2
aIsaiah 3: 24.

    Jer. 48: 37.

bIE in mourning over the destruction.

Isaiah 15: 4
aJer. 48: 34.

Isaiah 15: 5
aIsaiah 16: 11.

    Jer. 48: 36.

bIEZoar should still have been young and vigorous.

cOR the ascent of Luhith.

dJer. 48: 3.

Isaiah 15: 7
aIE probably the border between Moab and Edom.

Isaiah 15: 8
aNum. 21: 16 (16-18).

Isaiah 16: 1
aIESend an appeal to the king of Judah, who then ruled also Edom.

Isaiah 16: 2
aNum. 21: 13 (13-28).

Isaiah 16: 3
aHEBGive counsel. This begins Moab’s appeal to Judah (v. 3-5).

Isaiah 16: 4
aHEBLet mine outcasts dwell with thee; be thou a covert for Moab.

bMosiah 4: 16.

Isaiah 16: 5
aJer. 48: 47 (46-47).

bTG Jesus Christ, Millennial Reign.

cTG Haste.

dMosiah 2: 11 (11-14).

Isaiah 16: 6
aBeginning of Judah’s reply, declining Moab’s appeal.

bTG Pride.

Isaiah 16: 7
aJer. 48: 20 (20, 31).

b2 Kgs. 3: 25.

Isaiah 16: 8
aNum. 21: 32.

Isaiah 16: 10
aJer. 48: 33.

Isaiah 16: 11
aIsaiah 15: 5.

    Jer. 48: 36.

Isaiah 16: 12
aD&C 101: 7 (7-8).

Isaiah 16: 13
aAmos 2: 1 (1-3).

Isaiah 17: 1
aIE a message of doom ‘lifted up’ against Damascus.

bIsaiah 7: 8.

Isaiah 17: 3
aIESyria and northern Israel (Ephraim) were allies, and both were soon to be conquered by Assyria.

    TG Israel, Joseph, People of.

    TG Israel, Ten Lost Tribes of.

Isaiah 17: 6
aIEOnly a small remnant of Israel will be found after Assyria’s conquest.

    TG Israel, Remnant of.

Isaiah 17: 7
aHosea 8: 14.

bIEIn their bereavement they will begin to repent.

Isaiah 17: 8
aMicah 5: 14.

Isaiah 17: 10
aIEIsrael.

bHel. 7: 20 (17-22).

cPs. 68: 20 (19-20).

dTG Rock.

eHEB thou dost plant...; i.e. practice idolatrous things.

Isaiah 17: 12
aIE the Assyrian empire of numerous nations (v. 12-14).

Isaiah 17: 13
aPs. 83: 13.

Isaiah 17: 14
aIsaiah 33: 1 (1, 4).

Isaiah 18: 1
aHEB hoy (a form of greeting).

bZeph. 3: 10 (8-10).

cHEBCush; a far distant land is suggested.

Isaiah 18: 2
aHEB reed, or papyrus.

bHEB cut up, or divided.

Isaiah 18: 3
aTG Ensign.

Isaiah 18: 6
aD&C 29: 20.

Isaiah 18: 7
a1 Ne. 22: 7 (6-8).

b3 Ne. 20: 33 (29-34).

    D&C 84: 2.

Isaiah 19: 1
aIE a message of doom ‘lifted up’ against Egypt.

bJer. 25: 19.

    Jer. 46: 13 (13-26).

    Ezek. 29: 2.

    Ezek. 31: 2.

    Ezek. 32: 2.

cPs. 104: 3.

dEx. 12: 12.

    Jer. 43: 12.

Isaiah 19: 3
aHEB necromancers.

bTG Sorcery.

Isaiah 19: 4
aOR hard masters.

bIsaiah 20: 4.

Isaiah 19: 5
aHEB dry up.

bJer. 51: 36.

    Ezek. 30: 12.

Isaiah 19: 8
aOR fish hooks.

Isaiah 19: 9
aHEB fine linen.

Isaiah 19: 10
aHEB her foundations shall be crushed.

Isaiah 19: 11
aNum. 13: 22.

Isaiah 19: 13
aJer. 44: 1.

bIE cornerstones.

Isaiah 19: 14
a1 Kgs. 22: 22 (19-23).

Isaiah 19: 15
aIE the different levels of society.

Isaiah 19: 16
aJoel 3: 19.

    Zech. 10: 11.

Isaiah 19: 17
aTG Last Days.

Isaiah 19: 18
aHEBHeres; possibly ‘of the sun’; perhaps Heliopolis, one of the oldest cities of the Nile delta.

Isaiah 19: 21
aPs. 68: 31.

bTG Vows.

Isaiah 19: 22
aTG Conversion.

Isaiah 19: 23
aIsaiah 11: 16.

    2 Ne. 21: 16.

Isaiah 19: 24
aIEAll three will be allied, with Israel as a blessing in the midst of them.

bTG Israel, Mission of.

Isaiah 19: 25
aTG Israel, Remnant of.

bJoel 3: 2.

Isaiah 20: 1
aIE about 711 B.C.

b2 Kgs. 18: 17.

Isaiah 20: 2
aIE without an upper garment, like a slave or exile.

Isaiah 20: 3
aTG Signs.

Isaiah 20: 4
aIsaiah 19: 4.

bEzek. 30: 9.

Isaiah 20: 5
aIEPeople of Judah shall be dismayed by Assyria’s power, dispelling any hope of help from Egypt and Ethiopia.

Isaiah 21: 1
aIE a message or prophecy of doom to Babylon.

bOR the Negev desert.

Isaiah 21: 2
aIsaiah 33: 1.

bThis prophecy was fulfilled in 538 B.C., about 200 years after Isaiah lived.

Isaiah 21: 3
aIEIsaiah was astonished at the cataclysmic scene he saw in vision, even though an enemy was the nation destroyed.

Isaiah 21: 6
aTG Preaching.

Isaiah 21: 9
aRev. 14: 8 (8-11).

    D&C 1: 16.

Isaiah 21: 10
aHEBO my threshed one and son of my threshing floor. (The prophet thus addressed the Israelites who will survive Babylon’s downfall.).

Isaiah 21: 11
aIE a message of doom to the Edomites.

bGen. 36: 8 (8-9).

Ezek. 35: 2.

cIEHow much is spent? How long will darkness (i.e. oppression) last?

Isaiah 21: 12
aIEThe end of Babylonian captivity approaches, but another oppressor follows; inquire again later.

Isaiah 21: 13
aArabian caravans and camps would also suffer disruption and oppression by the Babylonian conquest (v. 13-17).

Isaiah 21: 16
aIsaiah 60: 7.

Isaiah 22: 1
aIE a message of doom to Jerusalem.

Isaiah 22: 2
aOR noise.

Isaiah 22: 4
aTG Mourning.

Isaiah 22: 5
aIsaiah 37: 3.

Isaiah 22: 8
aHEB stripped off.

b1 Kgs. 7: 2.

Isaiah 22: 9
aIE cracks, breaks in the wall.

b2 Kgs. 20: 20.

Isaiah 22: 11
aIsaiah 7: 3.

bIE you have not turned to the LORD.

Isaiah 22: 12
aIEHe called for repentance.

bJoel 2: 17.

    2 Cor. 7: 10.

    James 4: 9 (8-10).

cEzek. 7: 18.

Isaiah 22: 13
aIEThey went on with revelry as usual.

bLuke 12: 19.

    1 Cor. 15: 32.

    2 Ne. 28: 8.

cTG Procrastination.

Isaiah 22: 15
aIE a personal warning to Shebna (v. 15-19).

Isaiah 22: 18
aIE probably Assyria.

Isaiah 22: 20
aIEEliakim shall replace Shebna. Moreover, the symbolic name ‘Eliakim’ in ensuing verses becomes representative of the Messiah, the Savior, especially v. 23-25. The name means ‘God shall cause to arise.’

b2 Kgs. 18: 18.

Isaiah 22: 21
aTG Governments.

Isaiah 22: 22
aTG Priesthood, Keys.

    TG Sealing.

Isaiah 22: 23
aEzra 9: 8.

    Zech. 10: 4.

    TG Jesus Christ, Prophecies about.

Isaiah 23: 1
aIE a message of doom to the Phoenician city, Tyre.

bEzek. 26: 2 (2-3).

    Amos 1: 9.

cIECyprus. Refugees tell of destruction.

Isaiah 23: 2
aHEB silent, stunned.

Isaiah 23: 3
aIE grain from the Nile.

b1 Chr. 13: 5.

Isaiah 23: 4
aJer. 25: 22.

    Ezek. 28: 21.

bEzek. 26: 17.

Isaiah 23: 5
aORWhen the report is heard by Egypt.

Isaiah 23: 8
aEzek. 26: 16.

bIE traders.

cHEB ones honored, i.e. famous.

Isaiah 23: 11
aOR concerning Canaan.

Isaiah 23: 13
aIsaiah 13: 19.

Isaiah 23: 17
aOR return.

bRev. 18: 3 (3, 9).

Isaiah 23: 18
aIEAny success she has will only be as permitted by the LORD.

bTG Wages.

cJer. 2: 3.

Isaiah 24: 1
aIsaiah 13: 13.

bD&C 5: 19.

cIE when the whole wicked world shall end.

Isaiah 24: 2
aEzek. 7: 12.

bOR him who exacts payment, so with him who makes payment.

    TG Usury.

Isaiah 24: 4
aTG Mourning.

bOR the upper classes are despondent.

Isaiah 24: 5
aTG Disobedience.

bD&C 1: 15.

cTG Ordinances.

dTG Apostasy of Individuals.

    TG Apostasy of Israel.

    TG Apostasy of the Early Christian Church.

eTG New and Everlasting Covenant.

fTG Covenants.

Isaiah 24: 6
aTG Curse.

    TG Earth, Curse of.

bRev. 17: 2.

    D&C 1: 17.

cTG Day of the Lord.

    TG Earth, Cleansing of.

dIsaiah 13: 12.

Isaiah 24: 8
aHEB drums.

bHosea 2: 11.

Isaiah 24: 9
aTG Word of Wisdom.

Isaiah 24: 11
aJoel 1: 12 (11-13).

Isaiah 24: 13
aHEB peoples, or nations.

Isaiah 24: 14
aIE the righteous remnant.

Isaiah 24: 15
aHEB lights; or perhaps a scribal error for ‘islands.’

Isaiah 24: 16
aHEBI waste away! Woe is me!

bDespite the rejoicing of the remnant, the prophet laments the destruction of the many peoples who rejected righteousness (v. 16-18).

Isaiah 24: 19
aTG Earth, Renewal of.

Isaiah 24: 20
aTG Last Days.

Isaiah 24: 21
aTG Day of the Lord.

bTG Punishment.

Isaiah 24: 22
aTG Spirits in Prison.

bTG Hell.

    TG Salvation for the Dead.

cJohn 5: 25.

Isaiah 24: 23
aD&C 133: 49.

bTG Zion.

cOR his elders in glory.

Isaiah 25: 4
aPs. 35: 10.

    D&C 56: 18 (18-19).

bPs. 4: 1.

cTG Comfort.

    TG Refuge.

Isaiah 25: 5
aOR song of tyrants.

Isaiah 25: 6
aOR nations.

Isaiah 25: 7
aTG Veil.

Isaiah 25: 8
aJohn 20: 9.

    1 Cor. 15: 54.

    TG Jesus Christ, Death of.

    TG Resurrection.

bTG Jesus Christ, Foreordained.

    TG Jesus Christ, Mission of.

    TG Jesus Christ, Resurrection.

cOR reproach of his people.

Isaiah 25: 9
aTG Jesus Christ, Prophecies about.

bTG Jesus Christ, Foreordained.

cTG Salvation.

Isaiah 25: 12
a1 Ne. 22: 14.

Isaiah 26: 1
aIsaiah 60: 18.

Isaiah 26: 2
aHel. 3: 28.

Isaiah 26: 3
aTG Contentment.

    TG Peace of God.

Isaiah 26: 4
aTG Jesus Christ, Jehovah.

bTG Eternity.

cTG Strength.

Isaiah 26: 7
aTG God, Justice of.

Isaiah 26: 8
aIsaiah 33: 2.

Isaiah 26: 9
aTG Prayer.

bPs. 63: 1.

cOR precepts.

Isaiah 26: 11
aOR let them see thy zeal for thy people, and be ashamed; yea, let fire destroy thine enemies.

bMosiah 27: 31.

Isaiah 26: 12
aAlma 5: 40 (40-41).

Isaiah 26: 13
a2 Kgs. 18: 4 (4-6).

Isaiah 26: 14
aIE the ‘other lords’ of v. 13.

Isaiah 26: 15
aIsaiah 9: 3.

    Abr. 2: 9.

bHEB expanded all the borders of the land.

Isaiah 26: 16
aIsrael recalls all the misery of the past days of exile, v. 16-18.

bTG Chastening.

Isaiah 26: 18
aOR been brought low.

Isaiah 26: 19
aTG Immortality.

bTG Jesus Christ, Foreordained.

cTG Jesus Christ, Mission of.

    TG Jesus Christ, Resurrection.

    TG Resurrection.

Isaiah 26: 20
aIE until the cleansing of the earth is over.

Isaiah 26: 21
aHEB bloods; i e. the bloodshed, crime, and violence committed will be exposed and recompensed.

Isaiah 27: 1
aHEB hard.

bIsaiah 66: 16.

cIE a legendary sea-monster representing the forces of chaos that opposed the Creator.

dJob 26: 13.

ePs. 74: 13.

    Isaiah 51: 9.

    Rev. 20: 2.

Isaiah 27: 2
aThis song of the vineyard, about Israel, anticipates ultimate fulfillment of its destiny (v. 2-6).

Isaiah 27: 6
aEther 13: 11.

bIE the blessings of salvation.

    TG Vineyard of the Lord.

Isaiah 27: 9
aOR atoned for.

bTG Idolatry.

Isaiah 27: 11
aJacob 5: 58 (58, 77).

bTG Understanding.

cDeut. 32: 6.

Isaiah 27: 12
aIE harvest, or glean.

bIE from Mesopotamia.

cTG Israel, Gathering of.

Isaiah 27: 13
aHEB great shophar; i e. the ram’s horn used as a ceremonial trumpet.

    Matt. 24: 31.

    D&C 49: 23 (23-28).

bPs. 2: 6.

Isaiah 28: 1
aHosea 12: 1 (1-5).

bIE the leading tribe of the northern ten tribes of Israel about to be captured by Assyria in 722 B.C.

cIE the valleys of rich produce.

Isaiah 28: 2
aIsaiah 30: 30 (29-31).

bEzek. 38: 9.

Isaiah 28: 4
aHEB first, or early fruit.

Isaiah 28: 5
aIE a future day, after the scattering of Israel, in the time of preparation for final things.

bIsaiah 2: 11 (10-12).

Isaiah 28: 7
aIE religious leaders of a later apostasy.

bIsaiah 56: 10 (10-12).

cTG Word of Wisdom.

dTG False Prophets.

Isaiah 28: 8
aTG Filthiness.

Isaiah 28: 9
aTG Knowledge.

bIEInstructions in righteousness must begin with the young.

cD&C 19: 22.

Isaiah 28: 10
aD&C 98: 12.

    D&C 128: 21.

Isaiah 28: 13
a2 Ne. 28: 30.

    D&C 50: 24.

    D&C 93: 20.

bIEIn spite of the LORD’S instructing Israel through prophets, many of the people apostatized.

Isaiah 28: 15
aD&C 45: 31 (30-59).

bTG Refuge.

    TG Trust Not in the Arm of Flesh.

Isaiah 28: 16
aHel. 5: 12.

bPs. 87: 1.

    1 Pet. 2: 6 (6-8).

    TG Jesus Christ, Prophecies about.

cTG Cornerstone.

Isaiah 28: 18
aIE the evil and conspiring people’s plans.

Isaiah 28: 21
a2 Sam. 5: 20 (19-20).

    1 Chr. 14: 11 (10-11).

bJosh. 10: 10 (8-14).

cD&C 95: 4.

    D&C 101: 95.

Isaiah 28: 22
aDan. 9: 27.

    TG World, End of.

Isaiah 28: 29
aIEThe reaping and threshing of the world (as on a farm, v. 23-29) will be properly done by the LORD.

Isaiah 29: 1
aJSTIsaiah 29: 1-8 (Appendix).

bHEBHearth of God; i.e. the temple; translated as ‘the altar’ in Ezek. 43: 15, second clause.

cIEJerusalem.

Isaiah 29: 2
aTG Sorrow.

Isaiah 29: 3
a2 Ne. 26: 15.

Isaiah 29: 4
aMoro. 10: 27.

bTG Book of Mormon.

Isaiah 29: 6
aD&C 97: 26.

Isaiah 29: 8
aTG Protection, Divine.

bTG Zion.

Isaiah 29: 9
a2 Ne. 27: 1.

Isaiah 29: 10
aRom. 11: 8 (7-8).

bTG Spiritual Blindness.

c2 Ne. 27: 5.

dTG Seer.

eMicah 3: 7.

Isaiah 29: 11
aTG Book of Mormon.

    TG Scriptures to Come Forth.

b2 Ne. 27: 7 (6-26).

    JS-H 1: 65 (63-65).

    TG Seals.

Isaiah 29: 12
aJS-H 1: 59.

Isaiah 29: 13
aJS-H 1: 19 (5-26).

bEzek. 33: 31 (30-33).

    TG Apostasy of the Early Christian Church.

    TG Hypocrisy.

cIsaiah 48: 1.

    Matt. 15: 8 (7-9).

dIsaiah 1: 13.

    TG Apostasy of Israel.

eTG Hardheartedness.

    TG Heart.

    TG Worship.

fOR regard, reverence for me.

gTG Traditions of Men.

Isaiah 29: 14
a1 Ne. 22: 8.

    D&C 4: 1.

    TG Book of Mormon.

    TG Restoration of the Gospel.

bTG God, Works of.

cTG Wisdom.

dD&C 76: 9.

eTG Knowledge.

    TG Understanding.

fTG Prudence.

Isaiah 29: 15
aTG Counselors.

bIsaiah 47: 10.

Isaiah 29: 16
aIsaiah 45: 9.

    Isaiah 64: 8.

Isaiah 29: 18
aTG Last Days.

bTG Book of Mormon.

cIsaiah 32: 3.

    TG Sight.

dTG Darkness, Spiritual.

Isaiah 29: 19
aTG Joy.

bTG Poor.

Isaiah 29: 20
aRev. 12: 10.

    D&C 88: 124.

    TG Watchfulness.

bD&C 45: 50.

Isaiah 29: 21
aTG Offenses.

bIE the place of public transactions.

cAmos 5: 12.

Isaiah 29: 22
a1 Ne. 15: 19 (19-20).

Isaiah 29: 23
aIsaiah 45: 11.

bOR stand in awe of the God of Israel.

cIsaiah 45: 3.

    3 Ne. 11: 14.

    D&C 36: 1.

    D&C 127: 3.

Isaiah 29: 24
aD&C 1: 25.

bTG Learning.

Isaiah 30: 1
aTG Rebellion.

    TG Stiffneckedness.

bTG Counselors.

Isaiah 30: 2
aTG Trust Not in the Arm of Flesh.

bIE in an alliance with Egypt for protection against Assyria.

cJer. 2: 18 (14-19).

Isaiah 30: 5
aOR will be.

bJer. 2: 36.

Isaiah 30: 6
aIE a message of doom for those of Judah who travel with loads of gifts on animals toward Egypt (v. 2-7).

bHEBNegev; i.e. the southern desert.

Isaiah 30: 7
aLam. 4: 17.

Isaiah 30: 8
aTG Scriptures, Preservation of.

    TG Scriptures, Writing of.

Isaiah 30: 9
aIE the Israelite people who won’t hearken to the prophets.

bHel. 13: 26 (25-28).

Isaiah 30: 10
aTG Seer.

bTG False Doctrine.

cTG Honesty.

Isaiah 30: 14
aPs. 2: 9.

Isaiah 30: 15
aTG Silence.

Isaiah 30: 16
aIsaiah 31: 1.

Isaiah 30: 17
aD&C 113: 6.

Isaiah 30: 18
aIEThe LORD will wait until the day of restoration to bless Israel with his presence.

bHEB justice.

    TG Judgment.

cD&C 98: 2.

Isaiah 30: 19
aTG Zion.

Isaiah 30: 20
aTG Adversity.

bHEB thy teacher; i.e. the LORD.

cTG Teachers.

Isaiah 30: 21
aTG Walking with God.

Isaiah 30: 23
aIE for thy seed.

Isaiah 30: 24
aHEB work the soil.

Isaiah 30: 25
aIE day of destruction of all enemies.

Isaiah 30: 26
aIE heals their affliction (after long exile).

Isaiah 30: 27
aIEA symbol of his power will come to destroy ‘Assyria’ or wickedness (see v. 31).

bTG God, Indignation of.

Isaiah 30: 28
aIsaiah 11: 4.

bIsaiah 8: 8.

cTG Vanity.

Isaiah 30: 29
aIE the righteous survivors.

bHEB the sanctifying of a feast day.

cIsaiah 2: 3 (2-3).

    D&C 49: 25.

dHEB rock.

Isaiah 30: 30
aIsaiah 28: 2.

Isaiah 30: 31
aIsaiah 37: 36.

bIsaiah 10: 24 (24-27).

Isaiah 30: 32
aHEB with waves of battles.

bOR against them.

Isaiah 30: 33
aIE the place of burning.

    2 Kgs. 23: 10.

Isaiah 31: 1
aTG Trust Not in the Arm of Flesh.

bOR rely.

    Ps. 20: 7.

cIsaiah 30: 16.

    Hosea 14: 3 (1-3).

Isaiah 31: 2
aIE calamity upon evildoers.

bNum. 23: 19.

Isaiah 31: 3
aOR gods.

bIEBoth Egypt and they who trusted in Egypt shall fall.

Isaiah 31: 4
aHosea 11: 10.

    Amos 1: 2.

bIsaiah 42: 13.

Isaiah 31: 5
aIE hovering over their young.

bHosea 1: 7.

Isaiah 31: 8
aIsaiah 37: 36 (1-38).

bIEAssyria shall fall by destruction from God.

Isaiah 31: 9
aD&C 45: 68 (68-71).

Isaiah 32: 1
aJer. 23: 5 (5-6).

    TG Kings, Earthly.

bOR justice.

Isaiah 32: 2
aIE the king mentioned in v.1.

Isaiah 32: 3
aIsaiah 29: 18.

    Isaiah 35: 5.

Isaiah 32: 5
aHEB noble.

bOR miser.

cHEB a nobleman, or wealthy.

Isaiah 32: 6
aHEB obscenity.

bTG Hypocrisy.

Isaiah 32: 7
aTG Slander.

Isaiah 32: 9
aTG Woman.

bHEB confident, or secure (also v. 10, 11).

    TG Vanity.

Isaiah 32: 10
aJoel 1: 5 (5-7).

Isaiah 32: 11
aTG Apparel.

Isaiah 32: 12
aHEB beat the breast (in mourning).

Isaiah 32: 14
aOR deserted.

Isaiah 32: 15
aTG Earth, Renewal of.

Isaiah 32: 17
aTG Conscience.

    TG Peace.

    TG Peace of God.

    TG Peacemakers.

bTG Happiness.

    TG Joy.

Isaiah 32: 19
aD&C 29: 16.

bIEThe ‘forest’ and ‘city’ are probably ‘the proud and the wicked.’

Isaiah 33: 1
aIsaiah 17: 14.

    Hab. 2: 8 (6-8).

bIsaiah 21: 2.

Isaiah 33: 2
aIsaiah 26: 8.

bOmni 1: 13.

    Mosiah 12: 24.

Isaiah 33: 6
aTG Knowledge.

bTG Treasure.

Isaiah 33: 8
aOR annulled the treaty, or contract.

Isaiah 33: 9
aD&C 123: 7.

Isaiah 33: 14
aTG Eternal Life.

bD&C 130: 7 (6-7).

    D&C 137: 2 (2-3).

Isaiah 33: 15
aTG Walking with God.

bOR profit by extortion.

cTG Bribery.

dHEB bloods; i.e. violence.

eIE from being a participant in evils.

Isaiah 33: 17
aTG Beauty.

Isaiah 33: 18
aOR tallyman (i e. of the former Assyrian conqueror).

Isaiah 33: 19
aIE any more foreign invaders.

bDeut. 28: 49.

    Jer. 5: 15.

Isaiah 33: 20
aIsaiah 2: 3 (2-4).

bTG Stakes.

Isaiah 33: 21
aOR with us in majesty in a place.

Isaiah 33: 22
aTG Jesus Christ, Judge.

bD&C 38: 22.

Isaiah 34: 3
aJoel 2: 20.

Isaiah 34: 4
aPs. 102: 26.

    Luke 21: 26.

bRev. 6: 14.

cHEB an unripe fruit.

Isaiah 34: 5
aHEBEdom.

    Jer. 49: 17 (7-22).

    Ezek. 25: 14 (12-14).

    Amos 9: 12.

    Obad. 1: 18 (8, 18-19, 21).

    TG World, End of.

bTG Curse.

Isaiah 34: 6
aJer. 46: 10.

Isaiah 34: 7
aHEB wild oxen.

JSTIsaiah 34: 7... re’em... (re’emis Hebrew for ‘wild ox.’)

Isaiah 34: 8
aIsaiah 61: 2.

    Mal. 4: 1 (1, 3).

    3 Ne. 21: 21 (20-21).

    D&C 97: 26 (25-28).

Isaiah 34: 9
aIE of Edom.

Isaiah 34: 11
aZeph. 2: 14.

bIsaiah 14: 23.

cHEB plummet.

Isaiah 34: 13
aHEB the resort of jackals.

Isaiah 34: 14
aIsaiah 13: 21.

Isaiah 34: 16
aD&C 1: 7 (7, 18, 37-38).

Isaiah 35: 1
aD&C 117: 7.

bPs. 96: 12.

cIE the righteous who return.

dEzek. 36: 34.

eTG Earth, Renewal of.

    TG Israel, Blessings of.

Isaiah 35: 2
aIsaiah 60: 13.

bTG Millennium.

Isaiah 35: 3
aRom. 14: 1 (1-3).

bHeb. 12: 12.

    D&C 81: 5.

Isaiah 35: 4
aMorm. 3: 15.

Isaiah 35: 5
aIsaiah 32: 3.

bTG Sight.

Isaiah 35: 6
aOR deer.

bTG Singing.

Isaiah 35: 7
aD&C 133: 29.

bHEB resorts of jackals.

Isaiah 35: 8
aIsaiah 11: 16.

    Isaiah 51: 10 (10-11).

bTG Holiness.

cTG Chastity.

Isaiah 35: 9
aIsaiah 51: 10 (10-11).

Isaiah 35: 10
aTG Israel, Gathering of.

bD&C 45: 66 (66-71).

    D&C 109: 39.

cTG Singing.

dIsaiah 65: 18.

eTG Sorrow.