Isaiah 45 Book 45
Woe unto him that striveth with his Maker! Let the potsherd strive
with the potsherds of the earth. Shall the clay say to him that fashioneth it,
What makest thou? or thy work, He hath no hands?
Isaiah Chapter 45, Verse 9
Nay but, O man, who art thou that repliest against God? Shall the
thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus? Hath not
the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour,
and another unto dishonour?
Bible Book 45, Chapter 9
The Sovereignty of God manifests in the the divine integration of Isaiah
45 with the 45th Book of the Bible, Romans. The correlation is
geometrically exact. We have a first order projective
between Isaiah 45.9 and Book 45 Chapter 9:
|Thematic Link: The Pot and the Potter|
|PIsaiah( 45, 9 ) PBible( 45, 9 )|
This is not an Isaiah-Bible KeyLink because similiar language is used in
another verse of Isaiah (Isaiah 29.15) as discussed in the
The Pot and the Potter.
But it is
part of a Spoke 1 KeyLink between Isaiah and Romans because this specific language
is found only in these two books. Thus, it is a double KeyLink that displays
the divind integration of both
1) The Chapter Sequence of Isaiah with the order of the Canon
2) Isaiah and Romans, two elements of Spoke 1 of the Wheel.
The significance of this link can not be overstated. Spoke 1 reveals the
soveriengty of Almighty God and this is the explicit content of the linked
verses! Here is an image of what's going on in these
I have documented other first order projective links between the Inner Wheel of Isaiah
and the Bible Wheel in the articles on
Isaiah 43, and
Yet there is more! Searching all seven versions for the phrase "Israel shall be saved"
yields exactly two verses. The first is Isaiah 45.17:
But Israel shall be saved in the LORD with an everlasting salvation:
ye shall not be ashamed nor confounded world without end.
The second is Romans 11.26
And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come
out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob:
This is a primary Spoke 1 theme that integrates with the concept of
Divine Election. We have a KeyLink:
|KeyLink Phrase: 'Israel Shall Be Saved'|
Using modnotation to write 45 = 13 makes the correlation with
the Number 1 (and the Letter Aleph) clear:
|Inner Wheel KeyLink Phrase:|
'Israel Shall Be Saved'
|PIsaiah( 13 ) PBible( 13 )|
This KeyLink is actually a double KeyLink because it can be viewed either as an
Inner Wheel KeyLink
between Isaiah 45 and Romans (as above) or as a Bible Wheel KeyLink between
Isaiah and Romans since both reside on Spoke 1 of the Wheel. This second view
can be represented as follows:
|Bible Wheel KeyLink Phrase:|
'Israel Shall Be Saved'
|PBible( 12 ) PBible( 13 )|
Consider what is going on here! We have a divine set of interlocking wheels within
wheels! There is no end to the wonder! The only difference between these two
representations of this KeyLink is
the two subscripts are changed: "Isaiah" is exchanged with "Bible" and "3"
is exchanged with "2". This means that
Isaiah is functionally equivalent to the Bible in these relations!
The evidence of the divine integration of the Holy Bible is such that all who have
eyes to see must bend the knee to the infinite Wisdom and Majesty of Almighty God.
This too is a primary theme of Spoke 1, specifically Isaiah 45 and Romans.
Searching the entire Bible
for the phrase "every knee shall bow" yields exactly two
verses. I begin with Isaiah 45.23:
I have sworn by myself, the word is gone out of my mouth in
righteousness, and shall not return, That unto me every knee shall bow,
every tongue shall swear.
The second is from Romans 14.11:
For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow
to me, and every tongue shall confess to God.
We have therefor a KeyLink Phrase:
|KeyLink Phrase: 'Every Knee Shall Bow'|
This KeyLink exists all seven versions used for comparison
in this study if the search string is extended to include the slight grammatical
variation "Every knee will bow." It is an objective property of the
Examining the context of this KeyLink opens up ten thousand more wonders in the
word. It is here in the integrated Isaiah 45 - Romans that we see the justification
of God and the glorification of His people.
1) There is a very similiar verse in Philippians 2.10, but it is
distinct because it uses a different grammar "every knee should bow".
Though this appears minor, it is sufficient to distinguish between this verse
and the two Spoke 1 verses that form a KeyLink in all seven versions.