The Book of Isaiah is named after its author, the Prophet Isaiah. His name translates: The Lord is the strength of my salvation.
These words were from the prophet Isaiah speaking for God.
The Bible doesn't mention Isaiah or anyone else having a vision of the Lord 'setting on a thorn'.
Isaiah 39:8 KJVThen said Hezekiah to Isaiah, Good is the word of the LORD which thou hast spoken. He said moreover, For there shall be peace and truth in my days.Hezekiah is pleased to know that the things that Isaiah has just told him, the word of the LORD, or specific word for word quote of what the LORD (Yahweh) said to say to Hezekiah, will not happen while Hezekiah is still alive, "in my days".
Lord is salvation.
The meaning of the word Isaiah means the lord saves. He was there 700 years before the birth of christ.
He started in Isaiah 61:1 and ended in verse 2 "acceptable year of the Lord."
Isaiah means 'salvation of God' or 'The Lord helps me'
Isaiah is the son of Amoz (not the prophet Amos)
It's biblical. It comes from Isaiah 60:1 - "Arise, shine; for your light has come,and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you."
There is no mention in the Bible of the Prophet Isaiah ever disobeying God. The book of Isaiah is one of two books in the Bible that speaks directly of the wrath of the Lord.
"My Sweet Lord" by about six months