Isaiah Bible Study

Summary

The book of Isaiah outlines Israel and the nations' coming judgment while pointing to the future hope of a new covenant and the coming Messiah. In this JournalOwl Bible Study journey, you will learn about sins of the Israelites in Isaiah's day, where they discovered that our outward acts of devotion to God are more meaningful to Him when the intentions of our hearts are pure.

Introduction

A challenge from the book of Isaiah, Chapters 1-66 (King James Version edition)

Steps (67)

Step 1: Isaiah - Chapter 1

The LORD has spoken: I raised children but they have rebelled. Wash yourselves. I will smelt away your dross. Zion shall be redeemed.

Step 2: Isaiah - Chapter 2

The mountain of the LORD will be established. On that day the pride of men will be humbled. They will flee the splendour of the LORD.

Step 3: Isaiah - Chapter 3

The LORD will take away all support from Judah. Children will govern. You grind the faces of the poor. The women of Zion are proud.

Step 4: Isaiah - Chapter 4

In that day the branch of the LORD will be glorious. Those who are left in Zion will be called holy. The LORD will create a shelter.

Step 5: Isaiah - Chapter 5

Why did my vineyard yield wild grapes? Woe to those who pursue drink, who call evil good. The anger of the LORD is against his people.

Step 6: Isaiah - Chapter 6

I saw the LORD seated on high. A seraph brought a coal to my lips. The LORD said, "Who will go for us?" I said, "Here am I; send me!"

Step 7: Isaiah - Chapter 7

Aram plotted with Ephraim. The LORD sent Isaiah to King Ahaz: Behold, a virgin shall bear a son. The LORD will use Assyria as a razor.

Step 8: Isaiah - Chapter 8

The floodwaters of Assyria will overflow the land. Many will fall and be snared. I will trust in the LORD. They will curse their gods.

Step 9: Isaiah - Chapter 9

A child is born to us. His government will increase forever. The LORD will raise the enemies of Israel. His anger has not turned away.

Step 10: Isaiah - Chapter 10

Woe to those who rob the poor of justice. Woe to Assyria, whose purpose is to destroy. The remnant of Israel will return to the LORD.

Step 11: Isaiah - Chapter 11

A shoot will come up from Jesse. He will judge with righteousness. The wolf will live with the lamb. The Lord will gather his people.

Step 12: Isaiah - Chapter 12

In that day you will say: I will praise you, O LORD! Your anger has turned away. Surely God is my salvation. Sing for joy, O Zion!

Step 13: Isaiah - Chapter 13

The oracle concerning Babylon: Listen! The LORD is calling an army. I will punish the world for its evil. Babylon will be overthrown.

Step 14: Isaiah - Chapter 14

The LORD will again choose Israel. How you are fallen, O Lucifer! You will be cast away like a trampled corpse. Wail, O Philistia!

Step 15: Isaiah - Chapter 15

An oracle concerning Moab: Ar of Moab is laid waste. In the streets they wear sackcloth. The waters of Dibon are full of blood.

Step 16: Isaiah - Chapter 16

A throne will be established from the house of David. We have heard of the pride of Moab. Within three years Moab will be despised.

Step 17: Isaiah - Chapter 17

An oracle concerning Damascus: Damascus will become ruins. Jacob will be brought low. You have forgotten the God of your salvation.

Step 18: Isaiah - Chapter 18

Woe to the land of buzzing wings, beyond the rivers of Cush. The LORD will cut down the branches. Wild animals will feed on them.

Step 19: Isaiah - Chapter 19

An oracle concerning Egypt: I will hand the Egyptians over to a cruel master. When they cry out to the LORD, he will send a saviour.

Step 20: Isaiah - Chapter 20

The LORD spoke through Isaiah: As Isaiah has gone stripped for three years, so Assyria will lead the Egyptians and Cushites captive.

Step 21: Isaiah - Chapter 21

The oracle concerning the wilderness of the sea: I set a watchman. He said, "Fallen, fallen is Babylon!" The glory of Kedar will end.

Step 22: Isaiah - Chapter 22

The oracle concerning the valley of vision: The LORD has taken away the covering of Judah. I will give to Eliakim the key of David.

Step 23: Isaiah - Chapter 23

The oracle concerning Tyre: Wail, O ships, for Tyre is laid waste. The LORD has planned it. Tyre will be forgotten for seventy years.

Step 24: Isaiah - Chapter 24

Behold, the LORD lays the earth waste. Its people are held guilty. Fear and pit and snare await you. The LORD of hosts will reign.

Step 25: Isaiah - Chapter 25

O LORD, I will praise you. You have done marvellous things. The LORD will swallow up death forever. Moab will be trampled as straw.

Step 26: Isaiah - Chapter 26

A song will be sung in Judah: The LORD is the eternal Rock. Your hand is lifted high. We gave birth to wind, but your dead will rise.

Step 27: Isaiah - Chapter 27

In that day the LORD will slay Leviathan. By exile the guilt of Jacob will be purged. Those who were perishing will worship the LORD.

Step 28: Isaiah - Chapter 28

Woe to the drunkards of Ephraim! They will be snared. Behold, I lay in Zion a precious cornerstone. The LORD will do his alien work.

Step 29: Isaiah - Chapter 29

Woe to Ariel, the city of David! But your enemies will be like dust. I will astound these people. No longer will Jacob be ashamed.

Step 30: Isaiah - Chapter 30

Woe to the stubborn children who seek help from Egypt! The LORD will wait to show mercy. The voice of the LORD will shatter Assyria.

Step 31: Isaiah - Chapter 31

Woe to those who trust in chariots! As a lion roars, so the LORD will come down to fight for Mount Zion. Turn back to him, O Israel.

Step 32: Isaiah - Chapter 32

Behold, a king will reign in righteousness. Tremble, you women of ease. The city will be deserted until the Spirit is poured upon us.

Step 33: Isaiah - Chapter 33

Woe to you, O destroyer! The fear of the LORD is Zion's treasure. "I will arise," says the LORD. You will see the king in his beauty.

Step 34: Isaiah - Chapter 34

The LORD is enraged against the nations. His sword is filled with blood. He has a day of vengeance for Zion. Edom shall lie waste.

Step 35: Isaiah - Chapter 35

The desert shall rejoice and bloom. The eyes of the blind shall be opened. The ransomed of the LORD shall return to Zion with songs.

Step 36: Isaiah - Chapter 36

The king of Assyria came against Judah. His commander said, "Do not listen to Hezekiah. Have any of the gods delivered their lands?"

Step 37: Isaiah - Chapter 37

Hezekiah prayed to the LORD. Isaiah said, "The king of Assyria will not enter the city." The angel of the LORD struck the Assyrians.

Step 38: Isaiah - Chapter 38

Hezekiah became sick, so he prayed. The LORD said, "I will add fifteen years to your life." Hezekiah wrote, "The LORD will save me."

Step 39: Isaiah - Chapter 39

The king of Babylon sent envoys. Hezekiah showed them his treasure houses. Isaiah said, "All you have shall be carried to Babylon."

Step 40: Isaiah - Chapter 40

Comfort, comfort my people. A voice cries: Prepare the way of the LORD! He is the everlasting God. He gives strength to the weary.

Step 41: Isaiah - Chapter 41

Let the nations meet for judgement. Do not fear, O Israel. I will help you. Idols are nothing. I will give a messenger of good news.

Step 42: Isaiah - Chapter 42

Behold, my Servant! He will bring justice to the nations. Sing to the LORD a new song. Hear, you deaf! The LORD gave Israel as spoil.

Step 43: Isaiah - Chapter 43

But I am with you, O Jacob. I am the LORD. There is no other saviour. Behold, I will do a new thing! Yet you have not called upon me.

Step 44: Isaiah - Chapter 44

I will pour my Spirit on your offspring. Who makes an idol? A carpenter prays to a block of wood. I am the LORD who made all things.

Step 45: Isaiah - Chapter 45

The LORD says to Cyrus: For the sake of Jacob I have called you. I am the LORD. Turn to me and be saved, all the ends of the earth!

Step 46: Isaiah - Chapter 46

The idols of Bel and Nebo are burdens to be carried. O Jacob, I have made you and I will carry you. I am God and there is no other.

Step 47: Isaiah - Chapter 47

Sit in the dust, O daughter of Babylon. You showed no mercy. You trusted in sorcery. Evil shall fall upon you. No one shall save you.

Step 48: Isaiah - Chapter 48

Hear this, O Jacob: I have refined you for my own sake. I am the First and the Last. Thus says your Redeemer: Go out from Babylon!

Step 49: Isaiah - Chapter 49

The LORD formed me in the womb to restore Jacob and to bring salvation. Can a mother forget her nursing baby? I will not forget Zion.

Step 50: Isaiah - Chapter 50

Have I no power to deliver? The LORD has given me a learned tongue. I gave my back to those who beat me. He who justifies me is near.

Step 51: Isaiah - Chapter 51

Listen, the LORD will comfort Zion. Awake, O arm of the LORD! The ransomed shall return. You will drink the cup of my wrath no more.

Step 52: Isaiah - Chapter 52

Awake, O Zion! How beautiful are those who bring good news. The LORD has redeemed Jerusalem. Behold, my Servant will be lifted up.

Step 53: Isaiah - Chapter 53

He was despised and rejected. He was pierced for our transgressions. By his wounds we are healed. Out of anguish he will see light.

Step 54: Isaiah - Chapter 54

Sing, O barren woman! Your offspring will inherit the nations. Your Maker is your husband. No weapon formed against you will prosper.

Step 55: Isaiah - Chapter 55

Come, all you who are thirsty. I will make an everlasting covenant. My word will not return void. The mountains will burst into song.

Step 56: Isaiah - Chapter 56

Keep justice, for salvation is near. I will bring the outcasts of Israel to my house and gather still others. The watchmen are blind.

Step 57: Isaiah - Chapter 57

The righteous find peace in death. As for you rebels, you make your bed wide. Let your idols save you! But I will not accuse forever.

Step 58: Isaiah - Chapter 58

You seek pleasure on your fast days. Is this not the fast I choose: to loose the bonds of injustice? Then your ruins will be rebuilt.

Step 59: Isaiah - Chapter 59

Your sins have separated you from God. Justice is far from us. Truth is nowhere. So the LORD put on garments of salvation and fury.

Step 60: Isaiah - Chapter 60

Arise, shine, for your light has come! The nations will come to you. I will make you majestic forever. Your God will be your glory.

Step 61: Isaiah - Chapter 61

The Spirit of the LORD is on me. He has sent me to proclaim freedom. My people will inherit a double portion. I delight in the LORD.

Step 62: Isaiah - Chapter 62

For Zion's sake I will not keep silent. You will be given a new name. Your God will rejoice over you. Raise a banner for the nations!

Step 63: Isaiah - Chapter 63

Why are your robes red? I have trampled the nations. Israel remembered who brought them through the sea. You, O LORD, are our father.

Step 64: Isaiah - Chapter 64

Oh that you would rend the heavens! You meet those who do right. We are all the work of your hand. Do not remember our sins forever.

Step 65: Isaiah - Chapter 65

I held out my hands to an obstinate people. My servants will eat, but you will go hungry. I will create new heavens and a new earth.

Step 66: Isaiah - Chapter 66

Listen! The LORD is repaying his enemies. Rejoice with Jerusalem and be comforted. All flesh will worship before me, says the LORD.

Step 67: Quiz

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