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?
- 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)