"Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible". New International Version (NIV). He saw the Lord Jesus so this vision is explained John 12:41, that Isaiah now saw Christ's glory and spoke of him, which is an incontestable proof of the divinity of our Saviour. Note, (1.) His reign shall be characterized by a reign of peace on earth because He is the very embodiment of peace itself. Ezekiel 3:14. "Complete Commentary on Isaiah 6:4". It is an honour to be singular in appearing for God, Judges 5:7. Four were made use of for a covering, as the wings of a fowl, sitting, are with the two upper wings, next to the head, they covered their faces, and with the two lowest wings they covered their feet, or lower parts. First of all, we ought to believe that the truth must never be separated from the signs, though it ought to be distinguished from them. Thy sin purged; this is a sign that I have pardoned and purged the uncleanness of thy lips, and do own and accept time as a fit minister for my service. There the prophet sees the Sovereign Ruler, or, as we prefer to render the noun, which is formed from âdan equals dūn, "the Lord of all" (All-herrn, sovereign or absolute Lord), seated upon the throne, and in human form (Ezekiel 1:26), as is proved by the robe with a train, whose flowing ends or borders (fimibrae: shūilm, as in Exodus 28:33-34) filled the hall. 4 And the posts of the door moved at the voice of him that cried, and the house was filled with smoke. Now here we have. We must not say, "I would go if I thought I should have success " but, "I will go, and leave the success to God. The best men in the world have reason to be ashamed of themselves, and the best of their services, when they come into comparison with the holy angels. Secret things belong not to us, the secret things of the world of angels, but things revealed to and by the prophets, which concern the administration of God's kingdom among men. [3.] To our Lord Jesus himself, in his agony, there appeared an angel from heaven, strengthening him, Luke 22:43. This is one of the most famous chapters in the whole prophecy, but there is this mystery about it, namely, that nobody knows for sure just where it belongs chronologically. [4.] The manifestation of these to the children of men: The earth is full of his glory, the glory of his power and purity for he is holy in all his works, Psalm 145:17. Thus the Sabeans, the followers or Zoroaster in Persia, worshipped "fire," as the emblem of a pure divinity; see Malachi 3:2-3; compare Matthew 3:2. It is the Lord God in his glory, whom he saw upon the throne high and lifted up. A very awful commission which Isaiah received to go as a prophet, in God's name (Isaiah 6:8), by his preaching to harden the impenitent in sin and ripen them for ruin (Isaiah 6:9-12) yet with a reservation of mercy for a remnant, (Isaiah 6:13). (94) We see how God condescends to meet the weakness of human sense. What gave occasion for these sad reflections at this time: My eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts. His resolution "Here I am, ready to encounter the greatest difficulties. 1909-1922. DD. The real significance of this unique Child comes in His foretold name. It was a slight, momentary touch, sufficient merely to be a “sign or token” that he was cleansed. NIV Reverse Interlinear Bible: English to Hebrew and English to Greek. The Gift-Child in this passage is certainly to be understood as the same person as the Immanuel who appeared earlier. (4.) King Uzziah died under a cloud, for he was shut up as a leper till the day of his death. What the consultation is: Whom shall I send? (2.) Thine iniquity is taken away - That is, whatever obstacle there existed to your communicating the message of God to this people, arising from your own consciousness of unworthiness, is taken away. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. A Baptismal Regeneration Proof Text Bites The Dust, The Spurious Nature Of Mary's Bodily Assumption. $3.99 a month puts a library of commentaries, study notes, and Greek & Hebrew language tools right in your pocket. The renewing of the prophet's mission, Isaiah 6:8. Note, There are many who hear the sound of God's word, but do not feel the power of it. Snowflakes, Intelligent Design, And Beauty. "John Wesley's Explanatory Notes on the Whole Bible". and thy guilt passes away and thy sin is atoned for, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. Some read the foregoing clause with this, thus: As the support at Shallecheth is in the elms and the oaks, so the holy seed is the substance thereof as the trees that grow on either side of the causeway (the raised way, or terrace-walk, that leads from the king's palace to the temple, 1 Kings 10:5, at the gate of Shallecheth, 1 Chronicles 26:16) support the causeway by keeping up the earth, which would otherwise be crumbling away, so the small residue of religious, serious, praying people, are the support of the state, and help to keep things together and save them from going to decay. 7. 1. "Commentary on Isaiah 6:7". Some make the holy seed to be Christ. The “lips” were touched because they were the organ through which the purified nature would express itself. BibliographyWesley, John. The saving of this remnant shall be meat to the faith and hope of those that wish well to God's kingdom. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. 1840-57. Copyright StatementThese files are a derivative of an electronic edition prepared from text scanned by Woodside Bible Fellowship.This expanded edition of the Jameison-Faussett-Brown Commentary is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed. Copyright StatementThese files are public domain and are a derivative of an electronic edition that is available on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library Website. This does not mean, that the fire from the altar had any physical effect to purify him from sin, but that it was “emblematic” of such a purifying; and probably, also, the fact that it was taken from the altar of sacrifice, was to him an indication that he was pardoned through the “atonement,” or expiation there made. To work upon his affections, that he might be possessed with such a reverence of God as would both quicken him and fix him to his service. Let us therefore learn that the chief part of the sacraments consists in the word, and that without it they are absolute corruptions, such as we see every day in popery, in which the sacraments are turned into stage-plays. Observe, (1.) While the usage of the verbs is not conclusive, it is interesting to note that the same idea appears in Isaiah 42:1 where God gives His Spirit to His Servant. "Commentary on Isaiah 6:7". [1 Corinthians 15:10] So the good and faithful servant, Not I, but "Thy talent hath gained ten talents." We have reason to be abased in the sense of that infinite distance that there is between us and God, and our own sinfulness and vileness before him, and to be afraid of his displeasure. 7 With it he touched my mouth and said, “See, this has touched your lips;(A) your guilt is taken away and your sin atoned for.(B)”. The seraph, being himself kindled with a divine fire, put life into the prophet, to make him also zealously affected for the way to purge the lips from the uncleanness of sin is to fire the soul with the love of God. There is hope of a tree, though it be cut down, that it will sprout again, Job 14:7. Note, Those are fittest to be employed for God who are low in their own eyes and are made deeply sensible of their own weakness and unworthiness. (1 Corinthians 4:6). These verses are quoted in part, or referred to, six times, in the New Testament, which intimates that in gospel time these spiritual judgments would be most frequently inflicted and though they make the least noise, and come not with observation, yet they are of all judgments the most dreadful. Even the word of God oftentimes proves a means of hardening sinners. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jtc/isaiah-6.html. "Commentary on Isaiah 6:7". And this was to be a type and figure of the state of the Jewish church in the days of the Messiah, when they should obstinately reject the gospel, and should thereupon be rejected of God. Here is, 1. He saw God's sovereignty to be incontestable--he is the King and his power irresistible--he is the Lord of hosts. But John, in his Gospel, is bold enough to say that it was Jesus whose glory Isaiah saw (John 12:41).
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