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Halfway between a sermon and a set of study questions, these studies, written by gifted Bible teachers, provide excellent biblical input and direction while leaving you to do much of the exploration.
Isaiah (Lifeguide Bible Study Series)
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Book Add. DVD Add. A gifted ancient historian named Luke wrote a two-volume account of its origins, development, and worldwide spread. Throughout the ages people have turned to song to express what the spoken word can barely convey. The songwriters of ancient Israel have left us a rich legacy. Believers have difficulty getting past the opening, in which the Lord gives Satan permission to bring horrible loss and suffering into the life of a godly man.
But those who approach it with an appreciation for the culture and ideas of its ancient setting experience it very differently. They discover that its fearless exploration of some of the most profound questions of human existence provides them with relief, if not joy, by freeing them from the grip of conventional explanations that never quite account for everything.
They realize that suffering can have meaning even if its cause and purpose are never known. And they recognize that God can be trusted even when he seems to be as much a part of the problem as the solution. The apostle Paul is a paradoxical and sometimes frustrating figure. He says many things that are genuinely inspiring, but he also says other things that controversial are difficult to understand.
But the problem is actually not with Paul, but with the way his writings are customarily approached. His thoughts and ideas are mostly known through individual statements that are quoted out of their original contexts. Anyone who really wants to understand the Bible in depth has to engage the book of Isaiah.
Isaiah is one of the most influential books within the rest of the Bible. The New Testament writers quote from it more often than from any other book. This study guide will help grasp the message of this giant, influential book.
Before You Read Isaiah, Read This - Bible Study
Two biblical books are addressed to people living in the generation right after a great historical act of God, calling them to embrace these acts afresh in their own day, for the sake of yet future generations. Deuteronomy speaks to people who lived one generation after the exodus. Hebrews speaks to people who lived one generation after Jesus.
He steadily reveals who Jesus is and shows different characters either embracing the kingdom of God with bold faith or stepping back to let it pass by. The book ends with a challenge: Which characters will you be like? Mark is a master storyteller, so his book is a delight to read. The Prophets Before the Exile. God had chosen to work through the people of Israel to model his love and justice for every nation. But their society had become corrupt, exploitative, and immoral.
So God sent them a message, again and again, through unlikely figures who mostly came from outside the structures of power and privilege. They were the Hebrew prophets. These messengers created memorable poems and songs that were replete with vivid imagery and striking word plays. These poems and songs were passed down through the centuries and became part of the Bible, where we can still read them today. When we do, we find that they speak a message about love and justice that we need to hear and heed just as urgently as the people it was originally spoken to.
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Skip to content From —, I published a series of 14 study guides on individual biblical books and small groups of related books. Smith P. Guides in the Understanding the Books of the Bible series Genesis In Genesis, its first book, the Bible hits the ground running and shows us the kind of people we could see today on the news, or meet on the street, wrestling with God to find happiness, success and love in a world gone wrong. John The purpose of this book is to show people how they can come into a living relationship with Jesus Christ.
Isaiah Anyone who really wants to understand the Bible in depth has to engage the book of Isaiah. The Prophets Before the Exile God had chosen to work through the people of Israel to model his love and justice for every nation. Like this: Like Loading