Here Am I, Send Me (Isaiah Part 1) by Vince Finnegan

Isaiah 6 occurred early in his ministry, maybe chronologically before or immediately after chapter one.

Isaiah 6:1
Compare with 1:1.

Seraphim are spoken of only twice; both in this chapter. They are spiritual beings in the throne room of God. Similar to Ezekiel 1 and 10; Revelation 4

Revelation 4:8

Unclean lips - the context is that God commissions him to be His spokesman. Unclean lips are the manifestation of an unclean heart. Matthew 15:11-18

We cannot eliminate our iniquity; only God can.

John 14:10
The words that I say to you I do not speak on My own initiative, but the Father abiding in Me does His works.

Isaiah is a type for Jesus. John 4:34; 5:24, 30; 6:38, 39; 7:33; 9:4; 12:44; 13:20; and 16:5

“Here I am. Send me!” Isaiah 20:3

Many quotations and allusions are in the New Testament. The prophet Isaiah is quoted or referred to some eighty-five times in the New Testament. But several passages are cited or alluded to more than once, so that sixty-one separate passages are referred to in these eighty-five New Testament citations.

Matthew 13:14; Mark 4:12; Luke 8:10; John 12:40; Acts 28:26-27; Romans 11:8

Isaiah 6:10
There is a correlation between healing, humility, and sin.

Prophecy about Jesus


Genesis 20:17
The first healing in the Scriptures after he repented and made right what he did wrong--God healed him.

Exodus 15:26
If you obey, I will heal you.

Psalm 41:1-4

Psalm 103:1-5

Psalm 107:19-21

Isaiah 6:10-13

Romans 10:9-ff vs 15 Isaiah 52:7; vs 16 Isaiah 53:1; vs 20 Isaiah 65:1; vs 21 Isaiah 65:2

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