BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 21, Day 4: Isaiah 54-57

SUMMARY OF ISAIAH 54-57

Isaiah 54

Israel will be restored similar to a barren woman who now bears children. Remember that having kids was paramount in ancient times, and if you were barren, you were shamed. Here, the Lord gives barren women children. Israel will be released from exile and their shame.

God will not forsake Israel. He promises them prosperity, peace, and protection.

Isaiah 55

God invites us to receive His blessings and be led by Him. God invites us to be forgiven by Him.

God’s ways are not our ways; He is higher in all respects.

God will accomplish His purpose as His word says.

We will have joy and blessing with restoration.

Isaiah 56

Isaiah says to stay obedient and keep your righteousness. Do what is right and you will be blessed. No one is excluded from God’s blessings.

God’s temple (or house) shall be a house of prayer for all nations.

God will judge the blind leaders of Israel.

Isaiah 57

The idolatry of God’s people is like spiritual adultery, which is what caused their exile.

The wicked make fun of the righteous. God will judge His people for their disobedience.

The way of peace and restoration is Jesus. We must understand God’s majesty, His love for us, and be humble.

God will redeem His people, but the wicked will have no peace.

BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 21, Day 4: Isaiah 54-57

10)

54:7: God cares for us and always brings us back to Him.

55:1-7: God welcomes everyone and provides everything they need. He will have mercy on all and forgive all.

55:8-13: God’s ways are not our ways, neither are his thoughts. His ways and thoughts re higher than ours. God’s word accomplishes His purposes.

57:15: For this is what the high and exalted One says—
he who lives forever, whose name is holy:
“I live in a high and holy place,
but also with the one who is contrite and lowly in spirit,
to revive the spirit of the lowly
and to revive the heart of the contrite.

11a) This is a daily occurrence for me since I don’t understand much of what happens in my life without Him.

b) I know that God has it, so I don’t have to worry about it.

Conclusions BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 21, Day 4: Isaiah 54-57

Because of what Jesus did, we are delivered. God calls us of us to turn to Him. Incredibly beautiful!

End Notes BSF Study Questions People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided Lesson 21, Day 4: Isaiah 54-57

Isaiah 54

Israel will be restored similar to a barren woman who now bears children. Remember that having kids was paramount in ancient times, and if you were barren, you were shamed. Here, the Lord gives barren women children. Israel will be released from exile and their shame.

Paul quotes this in Galatians 4:27,

God will not forsake Israel. He promises them prosperity, peace, and protection.

Isaiah 55

God invites us to receive His blessings and be led by Him. God invites us to be forgiven by Him.

God’s ways are not our ways; He is higher in all respects.

God will accomplish His purpose as His word says.

We will have joy and blessing with restoration.

Isaiah 56

God’s people are severely disheartened and discouraged. Here, Isaiah says to stay obedient and keep your righteousness.

God’s temple (or house) shall be a house of prayer for all nations.

God will judge the blind leaders of Israel.

Isaiah 57

The idolatry of God’s people is like spiritual adultery, which is what caused their exile.

The wicked make fun of the righteous. God will judge His people for their disobedience.

The way of peace and restoration is Jesus. We must understand God’s majesty, His love for us, and be humble.

We can flourish because of Jesus’s sacrifice.

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