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Read Isaiah Chapter 31

  1. Against whom is the “woe” spoken in Isaiah 31:1?
  2. What will become of them according to Isaiah 31:2-3?
  3. What promise is made in Isaiah 31:4-5?
  4. What exhortation does Isaiah give in Isaiah 31:6?
  5. What prophecy is given about idol worship in Isaiah 31:7
  6. What do the following verses teach about idols and idol worship?
    □ Psalm 106:36 □ Psalm 115:4-8 □ Psalm 135:15 □ Jeremiah 18:15
  7. What things can become idols to us today? How can we put those things before God?
  8. What prophecy is spoken against Assyria in Isaiah 31:8-9?
  9. What application can you make from these two chapters?

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Isaiah Chapter 29

Read Isaiah Chapter 29

  1. What in verse one tells us the identity of the city?
  2. What judgment does God say will be visited on the city by Him in verses 3- 6?
  3. What will happen to the foes of Ariel according to Isaiah 29:7-8?
  4. What does God say has happened to the people of God in Isaiah 29:9-10? Isaiah 29:11? Isaiah 29:12?
  5. What accusation does God make against the people in Isaiah 29:13?
  6. What do the following verses teach?
    □ Psalm 78:36-37 □ Isaiah 6:9 □ Jeremiah 5:21 □ Ezekiel 33:31 □ Matthew 13:14 □ Matthew 15:5-9 (Mark 7:6-7) □ John 12:40 □ Acts 28:23-26 □ Romans 11:8
  7. After reviewing the verses above, have you observed this type of attitude in society today? In the church? Explain.
  8. What does God say will happen as a result in Isaiah 29:14?
  9. The next woe begins in Isaiah 29:15. Against whom is the woe spoken?
  10. What do the following verses teach?
    □ Psalm 10:4-11 □ Psalm 94:3-10 □ Ezekiel 8:12
  11. What is Isaiah’s point in Isaiah 16?
  12. What do you learn from the following verses?
    □ Psalm 100:3 □ Isaiah 45:9 □ Jeremiah 18:1-6 □ Romans 9:19-21
  13. What things are foretold in Isaiah 29:17-19?
  14. What reasons are given in Isaiah 29:20-21?
  15. What prophecy is made in Isaiah 29:22-24?
  16. What application can you make to your own life from Isaiah chapter 29?

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Isaiah Chapter 28

Read Isaiah Chapter 28

  1. What sin of the people is God addressing in Isaiah 28:1, 3 and 7-8?
  2. What do the following verses teach?
    □ Proverbs 20:1 □ Proverbs 23:20-21, 29-35 □ Hosea 4:11
  3. What judgment does God promise for them in Isaiah 28:2? Isaiah 28:3-5?
  4. What do you learn from Isaiah 28:5-6?
  5. Copy Isaiah 28:9-10. Meditate on this. What are your thoughts and impressions?
  6. What do you learn from Isaiah 28:12-13?
  7. Read Psalm 119. What benefits of the word of God (His statutes, His testimony, His law, His precepts, His commandments, etc.) do you find described there?
  8. What does God pronounce in Isaiah 28:14-15?
  9. What promise does God make in Isaiah 28:16? Isaiah 28:17?
  10. What character trait is given for the one who believes in Isaiah 28:16?
  11. What do you learn from the following verses?
    □ Psalm 118:22 □ Romans 9:33 □ Ephesians 2:20 □ 1 Peter 2:6-8
  12. What do you learn about those who do “not act hastily” in the following scriptures?
    □ Psalm 27:14 □ Psalm 37:9 □ Isaiah 30:18 □ Isaiah 40:31 □ Matthew 10:22 □ James 1:12
  13. What do you learn of God’s judgment in Isaiah 28:18-29?
  14. What can you take away from this chapter of Isaiah? What application can you make to your own life/walk with God?

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Isaiah Chapter 27

Read Isaiah Chapter 27

  1. What does Isaiah say will happen in “that day” in Isaiah 27:1?
  2. What does God say about the vineyard in Isaiah 27:2-5?
  3. What does Isaiah say will happen to those who come to Israel in Isaiah 27:6?
  4. What does Isaiah foretell in Isaiah 27:9? Isaiah 27:10?
  5. What does God say of His people in Isaiah 27:11? Isaiah 27:12? Isaiah 27:13?
  6. What application to your life can you make from these two chapters of Isaiah?

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Isaiah Chapter 26

Read Isaiah Chapter 26

  1. What strikes you in the song in Isaiah 26:1-6?
  2. What does it teach us about God?
  3. Copy Isaiah 26:3 here. Meditate on it. What do you see?
  4. What do you learn about peace from the following verses?
    □ Isaiah 32:17 □ John 14:27 □ John 16:33 □ Romans 5:1 □ Ephesians 2:14 □ Philippians 4:6-7 □ Colossians 1:20
  5. What does Isaiah say of the just in Isaiah 26:7-9?
  6. What does Isaiah observe about the wicked?
  7. What does Isaiah say of Israel/the Jews in Isaiah 26:12-15?
  8. What does Isaiah say to God in Isaiah 26:16-18?
  9. What transition occurs between Isaiah 26:18 & 19?
  10. What does Isaiah declare in Isaiah 26:19?
  11. What similarities to Isaiah 26:19 do you find in the following passages of scripture?
    □ Ezekiel 37:1-14 □ Daniel 12:2 □ John 5:28-29 □ 1 Corinthians 15:51-52 □ 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17
  12. What does Isaiah declare in Isaiah 26:20-21?

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Isaiah Chapter 25

Read Isaiah Chapter 25

  1. What do you notice about the opening of this chapter as compared to the past 11 chapters?
  2. For what does Isaiah praise God in Isaiah 25:1? Isaiah 25:4?
  3. What does Isaiah say God will do in Isaiah 25:5? Isaiah 25:6?
  4. Read Matthew 22:1-14. What do you learn of the marriage feast in the story told by Jesus?
  5. Read Matthew 25:1-13. What do you learn of the marriage feast in the story told by Jesus?
  6. What does Isaiah say God will do in Isaiah 25:8?
  7. What do you learn from the following verses about how God will deal with death?
    □ Hosea 13:14 □ 1 Corinthians 15:26, 54-55 □ 2 Timothy 1:10 □ Hebrews 2:14 □ Revelation 20:14
  8. What application can you make to your own life from these 3 chapters of Isaiah?

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Isaiah 24

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Isaiah 24-27 describes a global judgment that will end with the destruction of God’s enemies and the restoration of God’s people Israel in their land.
-–W.W. Weirsbe, Be Comforted: Isaiah

  1. What is God going to do to the earth according to Isaiah 24:1? Isaiah 24:3?
  2. Compare Isaiah 24:1 to Genesis 1:2 and Genesis 11:9. What do you observe? Be sure to consider the context of those verses when you compare them.
  3. What reason is given for this judgment in Isaiah 24:5?
  4. What is being described in Isaiah 24:7-12?
  5. Who is being described in Isaiah 24:13-15? What are they doing during the judgment?
  6. What is the fate of the inhabitants of the earth according to Isaiah 24:17-18?
  7. What will happen to the earth according to Isaiah 24:19-20?
  8. What will God do according to Isaiah 24:21-23?

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