BSF Study Questions Lesson 4, Day 3: Isaiah 6:5

Summary of passage:  Isaiah cries out upon seeing the Lord, “Woe is me!” and says how unclean he and his people are to see the Lord.


7a) “Woe to me!”  “I am ruined!  For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”

b) Personal Question.  For me, I put I don’t know if He has.  I’ll have to think on this one.  There are instances where I have known God spoke to me but am unsure about the revealed part.

8a) If you have a good heart, you will say good things.  If you have an evil heart, you will say evil things.

b) Whether you are good or evil.

9) Personal Question.  I put that we should take Him and what He says seriously and always remember we are sinners and only He is pure.

Conclusions:  Short passage to analyze, teaching us how we should respond when God shows himself.


2 thoughts on “BSF Study Questions Lesson 4, Day 3: Isaiah 6:5

  1. Hi
    This hasn’t been an easy year for my BSF study.My work,dad’s health,kids’ issues have been draining much of my time,energy & I’m emotionally disturbed.Furthermore Isaiah is extremely tough as compared to the previous books.I thank God I chanced upon your postings and they were indeed helpful.I read your sharing & was able to understand the book better.God knows my struggles & help me persever through my study.Will you continue to post your sharing on Acts?Please advise.
    God bless!


    1. God willing, yes. I moved to a place where attending BSF will be a challenge. I hope to do so with the help of others. Please continue to pray. I will pray for you as well. It sounds like it’s been a rough year.
      God bless!


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