Isaiah Part I
A study of the prophecy of Isaiah. Written more than 2,700 years ago, it is very valuable to us today. There are many benefits to the study of what happened to Israel. Most important, though, one finds in this study some of the clearest prophecy about Jesus, written more than 700 years before He was born in Bethlehem. This book is quoted several times in the New Testament, even by Jesus, Himself. Themes encountered here include “remnant,” the assurance that God always preserves a faithful group, even in the worst times. “The Sovereignty of God” is dramatically presented. We hear Isaiah speak of “servanthood,” even calling Jesus a servant. He speaks of the “Holy One of Israel,” God Himself, and of the “Messiah,” God’s Anointed One.
Lesson Goal: To show students that sometimes the situation seems hopeless. Sometimes the enemy seems to have the advantage over us. Scripture Memory: Is. 37:6.
Lesson Goal: To show students that when we go to God, we can be sure that He hears us and that He wants what is best for us. Scripture Memory: Isaiah 37:16.
Lesson Goal: To challenge students to believe and respect God’s plans and His work. Scripture Memory: Isaiah 37:26.
Lesson Goal: To show students the power of God, and how He uses that power for His people. Scripture Memory: Isaiah 37:31a.
Lesson Goal: To show students that God forgives and blesses those who are faithful to Him. Scripture Memory: Isaiah 38:3.
Lesson Goal: To encourage students to live every day of their lives serving and praising God. Scripture Memory: Isaiah 38:20.
Lesson Goal: To encourage students to live up to their promises to God. Scripture Memory: Isaiah 38:15.