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Unformatted text preview: and of Israel, declares the Sovereign Lord, my rage will mount up in my anger. In my zeal, in the fire of my fury, I declare that on that day there will be a great earthquake in the land of Israel. The fish of the sea, the birds of the sky, the wild beasts, all the things that creep on the ground, and all people who live on the face of the earth will shake at my presence. The mountains will topple, the cliffs will fall, and every wall will fall to the ground. I will call for a sword to attack him on all my mountains, declares the Sovereign Lord; every man’’s sword will be against his s declares brother. I will judge him with plague and bloodshed. I will rain down on him, his troops and the many peoples who are with him a torrential downpour, hailstones, fire, and brimstone. I will exalt and magnify myself; I will reveal myself before many nations. Then they will know that I am the Lord.’ (Ezek. 38:18-23) Responses to the Exile 3 Responses 1 Isaiah (chs. 10-39) by the true Isaiah of Jerusalem in the eighth century (740-700 BCE) century 2 Isaiah (40-55) during the Exile (ca. 538) (ca. 3 Isaiah (ch. 56-66) the experiences Isaiah of the post-exilic period under Persian rule (ca. 520-500) Responses to the Exile 3 1 Isaiah (chs. 10-39) by the true Isaiah of Jerusalem in the eighth century (740of 700 BCE) 2 Isaiah (40-55) during the Exile (ca. 538) 538) 3 Isaiah (ch. 56-66) the experiences of Isaiah the post-exilic period under Persian rule (ca. 520-500) 40 1Comfort, O comfort my people, says your God. 2 Speak tenderly to Jerusalem, and cry to her that she has served her term, that her penalty is paid, that she has received from the Lord’’s s hand double for all her sins. (Isaiah 40:1-2) 40:1-2) Responses to the Exile 3 Responses 41 1Listen to me in silence, O coastlands; let the peoples renew their strength; let them approach, then let them speak; let us together draw near for judgement. 2 Who has roused a victor from the east, summoned him to his service? He deliv...
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