The Book of Isaiah begins with the prophet's castigation of the people for their spiritual backsliding, continuing in the second chapter with a description of the Messianic era. The prophet encourages the people in the face of the threat of Assyrian conquest as well as the threat of conquest by Aram and Samaria. There are also many allusions to the Messianic era as well as to the resurrection of the dead.
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