The content of Adrienne von Speyr’s Isaiah is captured by the subtitle of the original 1958 edition: Commentary on Selected Texts. With an Appendix on the Visions of Daniel. As Hans Urs von Balthasar notes in his foreword to the book, it is not a work of scholarly exegesis, but an exercise of believing contemplation. Its center of gravity lies in the “Book of Consolation” in Second and Third Isaiah, whose vision of the Word of God and the Bride, Jerusalem, foreshadows the movement of providence from the synagogue through Mary, Church, and the believing soul, to God’s eschatological kingdom. Adrienne’s contemplation of Isaiah thus offers important impulses for a biblical theology encompassing the whole of salvation history.