A #DestinationJESUS Sunday Bible Study Series
January 2016 – Isaiah: Study 4
Assigned Reading: Isaiah 6-8
Points of Consideration:
- Who was it that saw the vision of the LORD sitting upon a throne?
- How great and awesome is God when considering the wording used in Isaiah 6:1-4?
- What does it mean to be a man of unclean lips?
- How is the LORD of Hosts described in the Bible?
- What is a seraphim?
- What is the significance of the altar, according to Biblical history?
- How would you describe the process of purging, as it relates to Isaiah 6:7?
- What was the specific instruction given to the prophet in Isaiah 6:9…?
- What or who is the “holy seed” being presented at the close of the chapter?
- Who attacked Jerusalem? Why?
- What did God instruct Isaiah to do?
- Was there a promise or assurance made by God in chapter 7?
- How is Isaiah 7:14 significant in God’s timeline?
- What does “refuse the evil and choose the good” mean?
- How are the following nations – Assyrian and Egyptian – relevant to the history of God’s people?
- Why will the land become briers and thorns? (Isaiah 7:24)
- What did the LORD instruct Isaiah to write on the scroll?
- What is the definition of prophet and/or prophetess?
- What is the significance of the stream or waters of Shiloah?
- How relevant is Isaiah 8:13-14?
- How would one know whether or not light was present in God’s people? (See Isaiah 8:20)
Did any one verse resonate with you personally?
What is your #destination message from chapters 6, 7, and 8?
- What is your life about…unclean lips and unpurged sins or holy living and repentance?
- What are some of the promises of God that you refer to when you need to be reassured?
- Do you feel that it is more difficult or less difficult when it comes to refusing the evil and choosing the good? Discuss.
- Does the word prophet or prophetess carry the same weight in present days as it did in ancient times? How is this relevant to your life and walk?
Going Further: Explore the ancient Hebrew empire.
“It is the Lord of hosts whom you are to regard as holy and awesome.
He shall be your fear, He shall be your dread [not man]. “Then He shall be a sanctuary [a sacred, indestructible shelter for those who fear and trust Him]…” – Isaiah 8:13-14 (AMP)