BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 19, Day 5: Isaiah 12 and 25-26

SUMMARY OF ISAIAH 12

In that day, you will praise the Lord, trust Him, and not be afraid. He will be your strength and joy. You will praise God and His name, singing to him of his glorious deeds.

SUMMARY OF ISAIAH 25-26

The Lord will be praised and exalted. He will be honored. He will provide a refuge. The Lord will prepare a feast for all peoples. He will wipe away the tears from all faces. The enemy will be vanquished as God brings salvation.

A song of praise will be sung to the Lord as the people trust Him forever. He will humble people, trample the oppressors, and offer grace. God will bring peace. Those who are dead will rise again. God’s wrath will pass by. The Lord will judge in the end.

BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 19, Day 5: Isaiah 12 and 25-26

10a) God’s anger at their disobedience will pass. He is their strength and salvation during this time.

b) “I will praise you, Lord.” My mantra for the year!

11a) Faithful, God is a refuge for His people. God provides. God offers salvation. God wins in the end.

b) God knows our hearts. He is faithful. He will heal. He will make things right. He will grant the wishes of our hearts. All things will pass, even the bad, and God will be there every stop of the way.

12) Isaiah 25:1: “for in perfect faithfulness, you have done wonderful things,” I always love how God is faithful even when we are not. We can depend on God when we can’t depend on anyone else. Isaiah 25:9: “we trusted in him, and he saved us” If we trust, He saves. Does it get any simpler than that?

Conclusions BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 19, Day 5: Isaiah 12 and 25-26

After so much evil and gloom and doom in the first half of our study, Isaiah is a breath of fresh air!

End Notes BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 19, Day 5: Isaiah 12 and 25-26

Isaiah 12

God is praised even in the midst of punishment. Yet, God’s anger is no longer upon us due to Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross.

God is our salvation, and we can confidently trust in Him.

The wells of salvation bring a picture of life-giving water. There is no limit to the water we can draw from God. We can get our strength, hope, faith, and so much more from Him.

Isaiah 25

We should praise God for what He has done. It’s a decision to praise Him for all of the wonderful things He has done for us.

We should praise God for His righteous judgment, His goodness to the weak, and for what He will do for us (hold a feast for us).

Evil will be destroyed as His people testifies.

God will settle all things when Christ reigns from Jerusalem.

Isaiah 26

In the day of Jesus’s return, there will be much joy and celebration. Salvation will come.

God is our source of strength. He will bring perfect peace.

We should trust in Him forever.

Man’s system will fall to dust. In God’s kingdom, His way will reign. The wicked will see consequences for their ways.

We pray with a humble heart.

God will be our refuge.

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