The book of Isaiah outlines Israel and the nations' coming judgment while pointing to the future hope of a new covenant and the coming Messiah.
Isaiah calls for Israel and the surrounding rebellious nations to repent and turn to God, warning of the judgment that will come if they do not. But Isiah’s message is not without hope. He continually points to a coming servant, Immanuel, who will establish a new Israel and bring God's Kingdom to Earth.
Jesus reads from the scroll of Isaiah and declares that the book’s messianic promises were being fulfilled in him.