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Read Isaiah 66 (the last chapter of Isaiah!)
1. What does Isaiah 66:1 teach us about where God dwells?

2. What do you learn from the following verses?
□ 2 Chronicles 6:18

□ Matthew 5:34-35

□ Acts 7:48-49

□ Acts 17:24

3. Who does God say He will look upon in Isaiah 66:2?

4. What does God promise in Isaiah 66:3-4? To whom?

5. What does God say about Jerusalem in Isaiah 66:5-13?

6. What does God promise to the servants of God in Isaiah 66:24? To his enemies?

7. What prophecy is given in Isaiah 66:15-17?

8. What promise does God make to those who are scattered in Isaiah 66:18- 21?

9. What promise to the faithful do you find in Isaiah 66:22-23?

10. What does God promise to those who have transgressed against Him in Isaiah 66:24?

11. What are some of the things that struck you as you studied the book of Isaiah?

12. What have you learned from Isaiah that you can apply to your life today?

13. How have you been changed by your study of the book of the prophet Isaiah?

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Isaiah 65

Read Isaiah Chapter 65
1. Who is God talking about in Isaiah 65:1? How do you know?

2. What do you learn from the following verses?
□ Romans 9:24-26, 30
□ Romans 10:20
□ Ephesians 2:12-13
□ Deuteronomy 32:21

3. Who is God talking about in Isaiah 65:2-5? How do you know?

4. What did Jesus have to say to people similar to those described in Isaiah 65:5?
□ Matthew 9:9-13
□ Matthew 23:13-38

□ Mark 7:1-13

□ Luke 18:9-14

5. To whom is God speaking in Isaiah 65:6-7? What is He promising?

6. What is God promising in Isaiah 65:8-10? To whom?

7. Who is God speaking to in Isaiah 65:11-16? What is He promising them?

8. What is being described in Isaiah 65:17-25?

9. What do you learn from the following verses?
□ 2 Peter 3:13

□ Revelation 21:1

10. Copy Isaiah 65:24 here. Meditate on this verse. What comes to mind?


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Read Isaiah 64
1. Isaiah continues his prayer in chapter 64. What does he ask God to do in Isaiah 64:1-5? Why?

2. Isaiah makes a corporate confession in Isaiah 64:6-7. What sins does he confess on behalf of himself and the nation of Israel?

3. Copy Isaiah 64:8 here. Mediate on this. What observations can you make? Application?

4. What do these verses teach?
□ Deuteronomy 32:6
□ Psalm 100:3
□ Ephesians 2:10

5. What does Isaiah ask of God in Isaiah 64:9-12?


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This study picks up where Isaiah chapter 2 (part 1) left off.

Read Isaiah Chapter 2

1. What does God say He will judge in verses 12-16?

2. What will be the results of the day of the LORD according to verses 17-21?

The day of the Lord is in contrast to the day of man, which is this present evil age when God is permitting men to take their own way, try out their own plans, and be independent of His authority. In the coming day of the Lord, high and low, rich and poor, learned and ignorant, all alike will be “brought low” before the God they have defied or forgotten.
–Isaiah, by H.A. Ironside

3. Copy Isaiah 2:22. What is being said in this verses?

4. What do you learn from these verses?
□ Proverbs 23:17-18

□ Proverbs 24:1-2

5. What is being described in Isaiah 2:19-21?

6. Read Revelation 19:11-16. How does that passage relate to these final verses in Isaiah 2?

7. What application to your own life can you make from Chapter 2 of Isaiah? What prophecies are given that have not yet been fulfilled?



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In Isaiah 2:1 to 4:6, Isaiah gives his second message. He speaks of the temple of the Lord (Isaiah 2:1-5), the Day of the Lord (Isaiah 2:6-3:26), and the Branch of the Lord (Isaiah 4:2-6)

Read Isaiah Chapter 2
1. What is the word concerning according to Isaiah 2:1?

2. What time frame is given for the events described in Isaiah 2:2-4?

3. What is being foretold in verses 2 to 4?

4. Where (in what city) will the house of the Lord be established? What further information are you given about it in the opening verses?

According to Warren Wiersbe, Isaiah the prophet ‘looked ahead to the time when God’s righteous kingdom would be established and the temple would become the center for the worldwide worship of the Lord. In Isaiah’s day, the Jews were adopting the false gods of the Gentiles; but the day would come when the Gentiles would abandon their idols and worship the true God of Israel. The nations would also lay down their weapons and stop warring. These promises must not be “spiritualized” and applied to the church, for they describe a literal kingdom of righteousness and peace. The Jewish temple will be rebuilt, and the Word of God will go forth from Jerusalem to govern the nations of the world.’
–Be Comforted: Isaiah, Warren W. Weirsbe

5. What are the 3 results listed from the arrival of the Judge and His judging between nations in Isaiah 2:4?

6. Read Micah 4:1-4. What do you notice about these verses and the verses from Isaiah 2:2-4?

7. What reasons are given for God having forsaken His people, the house of Jacob in verse 6?

Verse 7

Verses 8-9?

8. What is described in verses 10 to 11?

9. What do the following verses teach?
□ 2 Samuel 22:28

□ 2 Chronicles 7:14

□ Psalm 101:5

□ Proverbs 16:18

□ 2 Timothy 3:1-5

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