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The Book of Isaiah
An Overview of Isaiah
The Book of Isaiah is both majestic and beautiful. In Isaiah we must travel through the valleys of judgment, but we also gain the privilege of walking along the glorious road of redemption.
The message of Isaiah is critical reading for our age as we face an increasing number of judgments coming upon this world. Are they from God or not? If not, why are they here? If so, how does the Lord use them in His loving plan?
The need for Bible book introductions and individual studies of different Bible books goes far beyond acquiring knowledge.
The background is given for quicker and proper assimilation of knowledge for the purpose of rightly applying the scriptures to our lives with the greatest effect possible.
The studies are given so that we might taste and see how to specifically apply the passages and be more filled with Christ's love and power.
Main Sections of Isaiah
Brief | Long Discussion
Isaiah 1- 6
How do we live righteous lives?
Examine Isaiah's calling to see the pattern of following the Lord.
Each name reveals the glorious way the Lord rules His kingdom.
Isaiah 11:1-5 shares the three keys needed in drawing close to God. Seven special 'Spirit' qualities are shared with practical insights. (Study Questions included)
Isaiah 11:6-16 is suppose to give us faith today! Learn five arguments why the 'wolf will lie down with the lamb' is for today. (Study Questions included)
Eight principles on how to make good plans that resolve the tension between self-reliance and trusting God. (Study Questions included)
Three key principles are found in this passage to shape our own decision making process during crisis times. (Study Questions included)
Feel frustrated with your Christian growth? At a plateau? Learn the key ways the Lord builds effective disciples! (Study Questions included)
Be introduced to discipleship here! Included in this study is the training, purpose, disciplines and needed attentiveness of the disciple.
This is the famous prophetic passage speaking to the Messiah's death and resurrection and defines for us the characteristics of a godly leader. He makes himself available to God.
Isaiah 53 (52:13-53:12) Study questions on the Suffering Servant
Study the famous passage on the Suffering Servant. See why many Jews have come to know the Lord through seeing Jesus as the Christ. Outline included!
How do we allow God's light to shine in us so that we become effective lights in this dark world? What does it mean to be light? (Study Questions included)
God has a mission which He is going to fulfill. God is determined (18), able (19) and has a plan (20-22). The more we align our lives with Him, the more our lives are fulfilled. (Study Questions included)