Author: Ron Graham
Outline of Isaiah chapters 52, 53, 54, 55
—Christ the Redeemer, the Lamb of God
This page provides an outline of Isaiah chapters 52, 53, 54, and 55. The complete outline of Isaiah is spread over several lessons.
1 Context Overview
Chapters 52-66 of Isaiah take up the theme of 51, "Awake! Awake!"
The chapters speak of hope in Christ the Redeemer, the glory of his coming kingdom, and of principles followed by those who hope to enter that new Zion —penitence, faithfulness, justice, mercy, wisdom, and integrity.
In the last four chapters of his book, Isaiah makes a prayer to God, and God replies.
2 Hope in Christ the Redeemer (Isaiah 52-55)
- The Redeemer
- 1. The slaves will be redeemed and clothed as kings (Isaiah 52:1-6).
- 2. The good news will be announced and the saved will go out victorious (Isaiah 52:7-12).
- 3. The Christ will be marred more than any man yet he will be the King of kings (Isaiah 52:13-15).
- The Lamb of God [related lesson]
- 1. The Lamb’s life (Isaiah 53:1-4).
- 2. The Lamb’s death (Isaiah 53:5-9).
- 3. The Lamb’s glory (Isaiah 53:10-12).
- The church of Christ
- 1. The barren woman will have numerous sons (Isaiah 54:1-3, Galatians 4).
- 2. The woman forsaken will have a husband (Isaiah 54:4-10).
- 3. The desolate city will be invincible (Isaiah 54:11-17).
- Seek the Lord
- Come you thirsty and hungry, be satisfied (Isaiah 55:1-5).
- Forsaking our way for God’s way, our thoughts for his thoughts (Isaiah 55:6-13)