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.

Questions:

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.

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

  1. Catherine Lee says:

    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!

    • atozmom says:

      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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