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2. Nine Simple Lessons on the Prophecy of Isaiah
3. The Book of Isaiah—Analytical Translation

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2. Sketches—Windows on the Message of Isaiah
3. The Book of Isaiah—Analytical Commentary

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2. The Literary Message of Isaiah
3. The Book of Isaiah—Interactive Concordance

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America in the Prophecy of Isaiah, Part 1  


Avraham Gileadi Ph.D. IsaiahProphecy.com 


Few people may suspect that the great superpower America appears in the prophecies of the Bible, especially in end-time prophecy. Yet there it is in plain sight, and just as prominent as America is in the world today. Where? In the prophecy of Isaiah under the codename of the great superpower of Isaiah’s day: Egypt. The two are a perfect match. We know they are the same because Isaiah’s prophecies have a dual fulfillment, one in his day and one in the end-time. Foretelling “the end from the beginning” (Isaiah 46:10), Isaiah depicts both nations in a single prophecy. The Jews have traditionally taught such dual fulfillment. Only recently, however, has evidence come to light that supports the Jewish tradition. 


A seven-part synchronous literary structure of the Book of Isaiah transforms events from Israel’s past into an allegory of the end-time. In other words, Isaiah foretells the end from the beginning by portraying only those events in the beginning that typify an end-time scenario. As with all nations that Isaiah describes, their end-time identity becomes clear from the way he characterizes them. As the world today is a different place than it was anciently, those characterizations are often unrelated to their past names or locations as far as an end-time scenario is concerned. What is key is the role these nations play in relation to God’s covenant people, many of whom today live dispersed among the nations of the world. < see more >