There's something special about Isaiah. It's unparalleled in terms of the sheer number of "kingdom statements".

Behold, the LORD has proclaimed
     to the ends of the earth,
“Say to Daughter Zion:
     See, your Savior comes!

Look, His reward is with Him,
     and His recompense goes before Him.”

Isaiah 62:11

Savior_Comes.jpeg, Dec 2023

Who is this coming from Edom,
     from Bozrah with crimson-stained garments?
Who is this robed in splendor,
     marching in the greatness of His strength?

Isaiah 63:1

Edom plays prominently in the last days. They are singled out in various places for their betrayal.

See: A Prophecy against Mount Seir

A common belief is that the Lord's coming, when it happens, will be limited to appearing in the clouds and then immediately descending on the Mount of Olives. But statements like the one above and those below suggest it will be a bit more involved than that.

“It is I, proclaiming vindication,
     mighty to save.”

Why are Your clothes red,
     and Your garments like one who treads the winepress?

“I have trodden the winepress alone,
     and no one from the nations was with Me.
I trampled them in My anger
      and trod them down in My fury;
their blood spattered My garments,
     and all My clothes were stained.
For the day of vengeance was in My heart,
     and the year of My redemption had come.
I looked, but there was no one to help;
     I was appalled that no one assisted.
So My arm brought Me salvation,
     and My own wrath upheld Me.
I trampled the nations in My anger;
     in My wrath I made them drunk
     and poured out their blood on the ground.”

Isaiah 63:2-6