A summary of Isaiah 40-66, including The Servant Prophecies and a verse by verse exposition of Isaiah Chapter 53.

Isaiah’s prophecy is an especially important section of the Word of God. It is placed first among the books of prophecy and contains more chapters than any other. The language employed is colourful, dramatic and majestic. There are probably as many quotations in the New Testament from Isaiah as from all the rest of the Old Testament books combined. There are copious references from it in the record of the Gospels and frequently the Lord himself uses language borrowed from Isaiah.

This distinctive importance of the prophecy of Isaiah is immediately suggested by the prophet’s own name. It means “The Salvation of Yah”, being the same as Jesus’ name but with the syllables reversed. The prophecy centres therefore upon the greatest message, the means by which Yahweh would save man from his sin and glorify His name in their salvation. This glorious subject was not revealed to those of previous ages but there were intriguing and important passages in Isaiah which beamed greater light on the subject than any of the other prophecies.


In stock

Read more£1.75

Out of stock

Scroll down for more product details.

Product Information & Customer Reviews


Author(s): Jim Luke and John Martin
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 24
Publisher: Christadelphian Scripture Study Service

Additional information

Product Status


Author Status



There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Behold My Servant (Isaiah 40-66)”


The Christadelphian Office releases a minimum of four exclusively published books per year centred around the living word of God. We have amassed a strong library over our 150+ years of printing and invite you to browse our catalogue below. Alternatively, explore our online library for subscription based access to our written works.