Isaiah 2 Peter

Isaiah chapter 62 covers the Prophetic Lamp, and Return of Jesus passages in the epistle of 2 Peter.

FE 1For Zion's sake, I will not hold my peace, and for Jerusalem's sake, I will not rest, until her righteousness will go forth as light, and her salvation as a lamp that burns. 2The peoples will see your righteousness, and all kings your glory; and you will be called by a new name which the mouth of the Master will bestow on you. 3You will also be a crown of glory in the hand of the Master and a kingly diadem in the hand of your god. 4You will not be called, Forsaken, any longer; no more will your land be termed, Desolate; but you will be called, My delight, and your land will be, Cultivated; for the Master delights in you, and your land will be lorded. 5For as a young man lords a virgin, so your sons will lord you; and as the bridegroom rejoices over the bride, so your god will rejoice over you. Isaiah 62:1-56I have set keepers on your walls, Jerusalem, every day, who will not hold their peace day or night continually; so that those who make mention of the Master may not keep silent, nor be still, 7and give him no rest, until he establishes you and until he makes Jerusalem a praise in the land. Isaiah 62:6-78The Master has sworn by his right hand and by his strong arm, I will not give your grain as food for your enemies any longer; nor will the children of strangers drink your wine for which you have labored; 9but those who have gathered it will eat it and praise the Master; and those who have brought it together will drink it in my holy courts. Isaiah 62:8-910Go through, go through the gates; prepare the way of the people; make the highway smooth, gather out the stones; lift up a standard for the people. Isaiah 62:1011The Master has proclaimed to the ends of the land, Say to the daughter of Zion, Your savior comes; his reward is with him and his work before him. 12They will call them, The holy people, the redeemed of the Master; and you will be called, Avenged, sought out, a city not forsaken. Isaiah 62:11-12 (Isaiah 62 BRB)

Isaiah says her righteousness will go forth as light, and her salvation as a lamp. The imagery of a lamp is used again by Peter in his second letter (2 Pet 1:19).

Isaiah goes on to speak about the prophets as does Peter (2 Pet 1:20-21).

Isaiah says Say to the daughter of Zion, Look, your savior comes. Peter also talks about Jesus' "coming" (2 Pet 3:1-4).

Isaiah 63:1-64:3, Unmapped, I guess?

FE 1Who is this that comes from Adam with crimson garments from Bozrah, who is glorious in his apparel and mighty in the greatness of his strength? Isaiah 63:1aI, that speak in righteousness, mighty to save. Isaiah 63:1b2Why is your apparel red and why are your garments like those of him who treads in the winepress? Isaiah 63:23I have trampled the winepress alone, from the people there was no one with me; S Revelation 19:15 I have trampled them in my anger and trampled them in my fury; their blood is splashed on my garments, I have stained all my raiment. S Revelation 19:13 4For the day of vengeance is in my heart and the year of my salvation is come. 5I looked and there was no one to help; I wondered and there was no one to uphold; therefore my own arm saved me and my fury upheld me. 6I have trampled down the peoples in my anger and made them drunk in my fury, I have brought down their strength to the land. Isaiah 63:3-67I will mention the lovingkindnesses of the Master and the praises of the Master for all the things that the Master has bestowed on us and the great goodness toward the house of Israel, which he has bestowed on us according to his mercies and according to the multitude of his lovingkindnesses. 8For he said, Surely they are my people, sons that will not lie; so he became their savior. 9In all their troubles he did not afflict them, and the king of his presence saved them; in his love and in his pity he saved them and he lifted them up and carried them all the days of old. 10But they were rebellious and grieving to the spirit of the holy, therefore he turned to be their enemy and he fought against them. Isaiah 63:7-1011Remember the days of old, of Moses his servant, as he brought from the sea the shepherd of his flock and as he put within him the spirit of the holy, 12leading with the right hand of Moses, the arm of his glory, he breached the sea before them and made for them a name to eternity. 13He led them through the deep as a horse is led in the wilderness, and they did not stumble, 14and as cattle that go down into the valley the spirit of the Master led them. Thus you led your people and made for yourself a glorious name. Isaiah 63:11-1415Look down from the skies and look from your holy and glorious habitation. Where is your zeal and your strength and the return of your tender mercies and compassion toward us? 16Because you are our father, Abraham did not know us and Israel did not acknowledge us. You are the Master our father and our savior and your name is from eternity. 17Master, why have you made us err from your way and hardened our heart from your awe? Return because of your servants' the tribes of your inheritance. 18The people of your holiness have inherited the land, but a little while our oppressors have trampled your holy place. 19We are yours from of old before you ruled over them. They were not called by your name. Isaiah 63:15-19 FE 1That you would split the skies and that you would come down, that the mountains might flee at your presence; 2that they might melt as wax melts before the fire, and that fire might devour your enemies, that your name might be made known to your enemies, so that the peoples might be troubled at your presence. 3When you did wondrous things which we did not look for, you came down, the mountains fled at your presence. Isaiah 64:1-7 (Isaiah 63:1-64:3 BRB)