In our survey of the first part of Isaiah, the book has established the problem: Israel is failing to live as God demands. The nation that God established in order to show the world who he is and what he is like, weren’t living up to that calling. In chapter nine, the focus of the book changes. It’s as though the prophet looks hundreds of years into the future, and sees how God will act to solve the problem of Israel. Bill Drewett continues our series.