The Major Prophet|Isaiah

A #DestinationJESUS Sunday Bible Study Series

January 2016 – Isaiah: Study 1


Assigned Reading: Isaiah 1:1-31

Points of Consideration:

  • What rich information can be gleaned from Isaiah 1:1?
  • Who was meant to listen to the message being indicated?
  • Who was the message from?
  • How did God feel about His children and what they were doing?
  • What were some of the ways God’s children were described?
  • What were the children of God guilty of/what had they allowed to happen?
  • Why is Isaiah 1:9 significant?
  • How did the LORD feel about the sacrifices and offerings being made to Him?
  • Is there a message of encouragement, hope, and/or warning that can be found in Isaiah 1:16-20 specifically?
  • How was God referred to throughout the chapter? (list His identifying names)
  • What does purge mean?
  • What does repentance mean?
  • How does the chapter end?
  • What was the main point from this chapter?

Personal Reflection:

  • Did any one verse resonate with you personally?
  • What is your #destination message from chapter 1?

Question: Do you give the LORD worthless or meaningful offerings?

Going Further: Compare and contrast the faithful city to its presenting state in Chapter 1. (Refer to verses 21 ->)

“Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean; Get your evil deeds out of My sight. Stop doing evil, Learn to do good. Seek justice, Rebuke the ruthless, Defend the fatherless, Plead for the [rights of the] widow [in court].” – Isaiah 1:16-17 (AMP)


New Year Happenings (2016)


FYI -> New Year Happenings at the Phone Tree Bible Study Group

1st Quarter #DestinationJESUS Works (scheduled for January – March):

Destination JESUS Objectives:

To grow closer to the LORD GOD

To know a life-altering intimacy with His WORD

To experience a radical SPIRITual transformation

Happy 365-16!



Destination JESUS|The Genesis, Part 4/4 (The Pause and the Praise)

Destination JESUS|The Genesis (Laying the Foundation for 365-16)

December 2015 – Part 4 of 4 (The Pause and the Praise)


To pause means to temporarily stop in action, movement or speech. To praise, in comparison, means to express admiration or approval of someone or something. In terms of approaching and appreciating the LORD, it is essential that we as worshippers, followers, and children of the Most High God put these two things together. Neither a day nor a moment should go by when we don’t stop and pour out the fruit of our lips and our hearts to the Almighty. As we move closer and closer to the end of 2015 and onto 2016 (365 days), we need to intentionally concentrate our attention on the pause and the praise, in regard to the Savior.



Destination JESUS|The Genesis Pause and Praise Assignments:

PORE OVER: (Assignment: Take some time this week to carefully study and to deeply meditate on the following verses.)

  • Proverbs 9:10
  • Proverbs 1:7
  • Genesis 1:1
  • John 1:1-5
  • 1 John 1:1-4
  • Jeremiah 29:13
  • Psalm 46:10
  • Matthew 6:33

PAUSE. (Assignment: Post reading each scripture listed above, stop and take a moment to consider how the verse or verses speak to your heart. Consider what it means to you personally and how it can help to shape your journey ahead.)

PRAISE. (Assignment: At the beginning and end of each day this week, write down 1-3 statements of praise or appreciation to the LORD. At the end of the week, go back and review what you have written. Make note of how it impacts your relationship with God.)

PRAY: (Assignment: Take courage and try to engage in 3 different prayer methods this week. Pray to God with your words by way of written expression, song expression, and spoken word expression. Notice what happens with each. Does your prayer experience become richer? Do you become more spiritually and/or emotionally invested? Are you better able to express your truth to God? Can you hear the WORD being spoken over you or feel the WORD being written on your heart?)

PARTNER: (Assignment: Go to OneWord365 to find your tribe.)


Destination JESUS Objectives:

To grow closer to the LORD GOD

To know a life-altering intimacy with His WORD

To experience a radical SPIRITual transformation

Happy 365-16!

May the new year bring many wonderfully enriching and fortifying experiences, may it show you a brand new way to look at hope, and may it pour blessing after blessing after blessing into your life and heart relationship with the LORD. I will be praying for you all as we look to a bright future filled with the Light.

Blessings from my Heart,