Isaiah Deuteronomy

Isaiah chapter 5 covers Moses' Song in the book of Deuteronomy.

FE 1Now I will sing to my well-beloved a song of my beloved concerning his vineyard. I Deuteronomy 31:30 My well-beloved had a vineyard on the corner of a fertile land. 2He cultivated it and fenced it and planted it with the choicest vines and built a watchtower in the middle of it and also made a winepress in it and he expected that it should bring forth grapes, but it brought forth wild grapes. Isaiah 5:1-23Now men of Judah and inhabitants of Jerusalem, judge between me and my vineyard. 4What more could have been done to my vineyard that I have not done in it? Therefore when I expected that it should bring forth grapes it brought forth wild grapes. 5Now I will tell you what I will do to my vineyard. I will demolish its tower and it will be for spoil and break down its fence and it will be trampled down. 6I will lay it waste and it will not be pruned nor dug, but there will spring up in it briers and thorns. I will also command the clouds that they rain no rain on it. Isaiah 5:3-67For the vineyard of the Master of hosts is the house of Israel and the men of Judah his pleasant plant, and I looked for justice but oppression, for righteousness but a cry. Isaiah 5:7Woe 1|6 8Woe to those who trespass the boundaries between houses, who remove the landmarks between the fields to steal the land that they may live alone in the middle of the land. Isaiah 5:89In my ears, said the Master of hosts: of a truth it has been heard that many houses will be desolate, because there will not be anyone to live in them. 10For 10 acres of vineyard will yield but 1 bath and a homer of seed will yield but an ephah. Isaiah 5:9-10Woe 2|6 11Woe to those who rise up early in the morning and run after strong drink and that continue drinking until night until wine inflames them. 12They drink wine with 1|4 harps 2|4 and timbrels 3|4 and tambourines 4|4 and flutes, but they do not regard the works of the Master nor consider the deeds of his hands. 13Therefore my people are gone into captivity, because they have no knowledge, and their dead are multiplied because of the famine and have been overcome with thirst. 14Therefore the grave has enlarged itself and opened its mouth without measure and the glorious men and the honorable men and the mighty men will descend into it. 15The mean man will be humbled and the mighty man will be brought down and the eyes of the lofty will be humbled, 16but the Master of hosts will be exalted in judgment and the holy god will be holy in righteousness. 17The lambs will feed there in their usual fashion and the waste places that will be rebuilt will be the property of the rightful owners. Isaiah 5:11-17Woe 3|6 18Woe to those who spin out their iniquities like a long rope and their sins are like a bridle on the neck of a heifer, 19who say, Let the Master make speed and hurry his works that we may see them and let the counsel of the holy one of Israel draw near and let it come that we may know it. Isaiah 5:18-19Woe 4|6 20Woe to those who call evil, Good, and good, Evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. Isaiah 5:20Woe 5|6 21Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes and prudent in their own sight. S Deuteronomy 12:8 Isaiah 5:21Woe 6|6 22Woe to those who are mighty to drink wine and strong men who mix strong drink, 23who justify the guilty because of his bribe and take away justice from the righteous. 24Therefore as the fire devours the stubble and the flame consumes the chaff so they will be consumed by the flame and their root will be as dust and their blossom will go up like chaff, because they have rejected the law of the Master of hosts and despised the command of the holy one of Israel. 25Therefore the anger of the Master is kindled against his people and he has stretched forth his hand against them and has struck them and the mountains trembled and their carcasses were like mud in the streets. Isaiah 5:22-25For all this his anger is not turned away, but his hand is stretched out still. Isaiah 5:2526He will lift up an ensign to the peoples from far away and will whistle to them from the end of the land and they will come swiftly with speed. 27They will not be weary nor stumble, they will not slumber nor sleep nor will the belt of their loins be loosed nor the lace of their shoes be broken. 28Their arrows are sharp and their bows are bent, their horses' hoofs will be counted like flint and their wheels like a whirlwind. 29Their roaring will be like a lion and like the young lions that roar and take hold on the prey and carry it off and no one will deliver it. 30In that day he will roar against them like the roaring of the sea and if they look to the land there will be darkness and distress and the light will be darkened with thick darkness. Isaiah 5:26-30 (Isaiah 5 BRB)

Isaiah says I will sing to my well-beloved a song of my beloved concerning his vineyard. This aligns with the song Moses sang in Deuteronomy about Israel, a song which refers to Israel as a vine and grapes (Deut 31:30-73).