Isaiah 4:1-6

Ah! What a sight. Isaiah looks through the lattice of the future and sees Heaven on Earth. After the burning things get a lot better (Isa. 4:4). Heretofore, we have observed a judgment upon the backslidden Church that can only be fulfilled by future Babylon (and not any pastime scenario), and we have observed a restoration of the Church that can only be the aftermath of the 2nd Advent War, which is God’s judgment upon Babylon’s World, all of which brings about the Millennial Reign of Christ with the regathered, restored, and glorified Jewish People (Rom. 11:25-36). Oh, to be reckoned up among the number that is “written among the living” in Jerusalem at such a time as this (Isa. 4:3)! The divine objectives are at last complete. Isaiah provides an illustrious description of the purity (Isa. 4:2-3) and glory (Isa. 4:4-5) of this time, forcing the interpreter to acknowledge that the prophet speaks of no other time than what we now call, the Millennial Reign of Christ. [The Branch: 4:2-6; Escapees: Isa. 4:2; Baptism of Fire: 4:4; Preservation of the Righteous: 4:6]