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Peace in Isaiah

This has been adapted from the commentaries of F.E. Marsh, coming soon to the Blue Letter Bible.

Have you ever noticed the theme of “peace” woven throughout the book of Isaiah?

  • Prince of Peace. “and his name shall be called . . . . Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6).
  • Perpetuity of Peace. “Of the increase of his government and of peace there will be no end” (Isaiah 9:7).
  • Perfection of Peace. “You keep him in perfect peace” (Isaiah 26:3).
  • Power of Peace. “O LORD, you will ordain peace for us” (Isaiah 26:12).
  • Possessor of Peace. “let them make peace with me” (Isaiah 27:5).
  • Parent of Peace. “And the effect of righteousness will be peace” (Isaiah 32:17).
  • Promise of Peace. “There will be peace and security in my days” (Isaiah 39:8).
  • Provider of Peace. “I make peace” (Isaiah 45:7).
  • Partner of Peace. “Then your peace would have been like a river” (Isaiah 48:18).
  • Publisher of Peace. “…who publishes peace…” (Isaiah 52:7).
  • Permanence of Peace. “and my covenant of peace shall not be removed” (Isaiah 54:10).
  • Price of Peace. “upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace” (Isaiah 53:5).
  • Preciousness of Peace. “and great shall be the peace of your children” (Isaiah 54:13).
  • Progress of Peace. “For you shall go out in joy and be led forth in peace” (Isaiah 55:12).
  • Prospect of Peace. “he enters into peace” (Isaiah 57:2).
  • Proclamation of Peace. “Peace, peace to the far and to the near” (Isaiah 57:19).
  • Picture of Peace. “Behold, I will extend peace to her like a river” (lxvi. 12).