The prophet Isaiah's time can be fixed by reference to the reigns of the Kings in which he prophesied. .
Isaiah 1:1 (King James Version) .
The vision of Isaiah the son o…f Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah. Thus the first period of his ministry was during the reigns of Uzziah 792-740 BC and Jotham 750-738 (as regent) and 738-732 as ruler. Isaiah's second period of work began in the reign of Ahaz from 735 - 715 and continued into the fifteenth year of Hezekiah's rule, after which he retired from public ministry. ( Full Answer )
Isaiah was a prophet known in the old testament. He lived around2700 years ago and according to Christian interpretation ofscripture he saw the coming of Jesus Christ. He spok…e of Godswonders and how awesome he is. ( Full Answer )
Isaiah was a prophet in Judah (and the son of Amoz) during the time of Kings Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah of Judah (Isaiah 1:1) and Kings Pekah and Hoshea in Israel. He …prophesied during a rebellious time in history, and told of the Babylonian captivity of Israel, the restoration of Jerusalem, and then God's judgment on Babylon (Isaiah 45:1, 2; chapters 13, 14, 46-48.) ( Full Answer )
Isaiah was a prophet in the Old Testament. He prophesied around 740- 690 BCE. He is generally considered to be the greatest of theprophets. He called people to to turn from li…ves of sin and warned them ofGod's judgement and punishment. Isaiah also prophesied about thecoming Messiah. He prophesied 700 years earlier that a virgin wouldgive birth to a baby the Prince of peace, Emmanuel.He also foretoldof the trial of Jesus , and that Jesus would hold his peace and notutter a word , when on trial. ( Full Answer )
Five of the prominent topics in Isaiah (Yeshayahu) are: 1) Warning the people of Judah about the future destruction of the First Temple 2) Predicting the downfall of various… nations 3) Praises of God and His creation 4) Ridiculing idolatry 5) Prophecies of comfort, describing the eventual Redemption. See also the attached Related Link. ( Full Answer )
Isaiah (meaning 'Salvation of YHWH') was a prophet from around778BCE to the '14th year of Hezekiah's reign'(about 732BCE/Isaiah36:1+2). He was the son of the prophet Amoz, and… spoke God'smessages primarily to Judah during the reigns of King Uzziah, KingJotham, King Ahaz and King Hezekiah(Isaiah 1:1), but alsoprophesied against Isreal during the reigns of King Pekah and KingHoshea. He started his prophesying after Hosea and before Micah,but continued during the same time period(Hosea 1:1/Micah1:1/2Chronicles 28:9) telling about the fall of Israel to Assyria,and Jerusalem to Babylon(Isaiah 39:6+7), and the ultimaterestoration(Isaiah 10:20-23) of God's people, and judgement onBabylon, at the hand of Cyrus of Persia(Isaiah 45:1+2), when heliberated a 'remnant' from Babylon in 537 BCE. ( Full Answer )
Isaiah's ministry lasted approximately 55 years, from about 739 B.C. to 686 B.C. We don't know the exact date of this prophecy, but King Ahaz was ruling. His rule was from 742… B.C. to 746 B.C. So the prophecy of the virgin birth was over 700 years before the virgin birth of Jesus. ( Full Answer )