Isaiah 37 Commentary

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Isaiah 37:1-7

King Hezekiah sends a delegation to Isaiah the prophet for advice and to seek the Lord’s direction during this seemingly hopeless turn of events.

Isaiah 37:8-13

Now, well into the Assyrian siege of Jerusalem, we will see God begin to orchestrate events that will accomplish His will.

Isaiah 37:14-20

After receiving a letter meant to induce fear in the hearts of its readers, Hezekiah takes the letter and his supplication to Yahweh at the temple.

Isaiah 37:21-32

In this passage, Isaiah, the prophet of Judah during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, relays a message from God to King Hezekiah. Hezekiah has turned to the Lord in prayer, petitioning Him for help after receiving threats from Sennacherib, the king of Assyria (Isaiah 37:14-20).

Isaiah 37:33-38

The Lord declares His intention to save Jerusalem without a battle. The Assyrians suffer a great slaughter at the hand of the angel of the Lord.