Isaiah Chapter 5

For-warning of judgment by both Isaiah and Christ.

Isaiah 5:1-7

A similar account to Christ's parable in Matthew 21. It sets out the coming destruction of the temple and captivity of Judah by Babylon in 586 B.C.

Matthew 21:33-46 (P)

Christ's parable of judgment to fall on Israel, which began in AD70 with the destruction of the temple by Titus. See also Matthew 23.

70 years of captivity, Judah

Judah taken into exile by the Babylonians.

Isaiah 5:5-7

Leviticus 26:14-15

Deuteronomy 15:1-18

Failure to honour the Sabbatical Year and release the bondmen, see Jer34:8-22.

2 Kings 21:11-17

2 Kings 23:26-27

2 Kings 24:14-20 (P)

2 Kings 25:8-30

2 Chronicles 36:16-21

Psalms 137:1-9

Isaiah 6:11-13

Jeremiah 10:22

Jeremiah 13:19-20

Jeremiah 25:11

Jeremiah 29:10

Jeremiah 34:8-22

Zedekiah's failure to proclaim liberty to bondmen and bondwomen (Note Hebrewess a rare term.),a further cause of their captivity.

Amos 2:4-5

Micah 3:9-12

Habakkuk 1:6

Zephaniah 1:4-5

Zechariah 1:12

Zechariah 7:5

70 years of captivity, Judah

See most references in 2 Kings 24:14-20.

Isaiah 5:5-7 (P)

2 Kings 24:14-20

Hint of "Where is the promise of His coming?".

Isaiah 5:18,19 (G)

2 Peter 3:4

Jude 1:18

Mockers in the last days saying "where is the promise of his coming". See many references below.

Isaiah 5:18,19

1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

The translation in a current hope of the believer.

1 Timothy 4:1-3

2 Timothy 3:1

Hebrews 10:37

He does not delay.Heb.3:9.

2 Peter 2:1-22

2 Peter 3:3,4 (P)

1 John 2:18

Jude 1:18

JND v11, pp215

JND Collected writings.

Kings of the south and north

King of the south and king of the north push at and come against the beast. King of the south is south of Israel, possibly Egypt and others. King of the north is probably Syria, Iran and other nations north of Israel.

Isaiah 5:26-30

Possibly a hint of the nations that have attacked Isreal, and will again attack again in the last days.

Psalms 83:1-8

Many other references in the Psalms as to Isreals enemies. This psalm a good example of nations that will combine against Isreal, and is very evident even today.

Isaiah 2:12

Daniel 11:40

Who is the "he" in vss. 40 &41? Is it the beast or the king of the north? See J.N.D. collected writings Vol.5 Pg.195 to note how J.N.D. changed his views.

Zechariah 9:14,15

May be a hint of the king of the south but uncertain.

JND v5, pp195

JND Collected writings

JND v5, pp189-196

JND Collected writings

Horses in battle.

Isaiah 5:28 (G)

Zechariah 1:8

Zechariah 6:2

Revelation 6:2-8


6th TRUMPET: Beginning of the 2nd Woe (which ends in Rev 11:14). 4 angels loosed, that are bound at the river Euphrates to slay the third part of men. The number of the hosts of horse were 10,000 x 10,000. See descriptions v 17-19. See links below.

Isaiah 5:28,29

These horses have breastplates of fire and jacinth(iris blue)and brimstone.From the heads like lions goes fire and smoke and brimstone and they have tails with heads.

Ezekiel 38:22

Fire and brimstone link , but not the same event.

Revelation 9:12-19 (P)

Note vs.12. First woe is past, there are 2 more to come. The number of men on horses was 200 million.

Revelation 16:12

Euphrates is the cradle of pagan religions and a boundary separating the east from the west.

JND v5, pp29,30

JND Collected writings.

JND v2, pp191

JND Collected writings. Notes on the Revelation.

JND v0, pp145,146

JND Notes and Jottings. Note important comments on pgs.145,146 about how the 2 classes of prophets deal separately with Isreal and Judah. See chart in Ezek.37.