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Bible Study Questions
Bible Study Questions for Isaiah 11:1 provide insight into the person of the Messiah and the promises associated with Him and how He will bear fruit, part of the Isaiah Living Commentary.
“Then a shoot will spring from the stem of Jesse, And a branch from his roots will bear fruit.” (Isaiah 11:1)
Who is Jesse?
Why is he referred to?
Write down the verses in 2 Samuel 7 that gives us a prophecy concerning this matter.
Please explain the relevancy of this prophecy to the Messiah and the kingdom of God.
Draw a picture of a tree with both roots and branches.
Identify the parts of the picture connected to Isaiah 11:1. Which part is more important? Why?
Is the Christian dependent on the church or God?
How is John 15:1-5 connected to this verse?
What is the connection in John 15:5 and the bearing fruit we see here? What is Jesus trying to communicate to us?
=> Isaiah Biblical Commentary for Isaiah 11:1 complementing this study.
Spirit Dependent Living
As we depend upon the Spirit of God, He effectively leads us closer to Him and makes our lives more fruitful.
Besides study questions for each section, this study also has special weekly and daily projects to train yourself how to walk by the Spirit (pdf: 38 pages).
Order Download: Spirit Dependent Living Isaiah 11:1-5
Scriptures typically quoted from the New American Standard Bible unless noted:
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