In chapters 24 to 27 of Isaiah we have a series of prophecies, which form what is popularly known as the "little apocalypse of Isaiah".
The word "apocalypse" is actually Greek and its translation into English is "revelation" as given to the last book of the Bible in most translations.
We find in the Book of Revelation the clarification and extension of facts already remarkably predicted by the prophet Isaiah the son of Amos, about eight hundred years before Christ. In these four chapters of Isaiah, especially the first two, after careful study, verse by verse, we see that they follow the same basic structure that we find in more detail in that book.
Here begins a series of studies of these chapters, divided into four parts:
The earth mourns and fades away (Isaiah 24:4)