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ISAIAH – LESSON FIVE
I. THE SIGN OF “IMMANUEL” IN THE MIDST OF ASSYRIAN OPPRESSIONS (Chapters 7-
A. Divine Sign of Virgin’s Son (Chapter 7).
1. Promise of deliverance from Syria and Israel (7:1-
2. Threatening of worse evils to be brought upon Judah by the Assyrians in whom they trusted (7:17-
B. Prediction of the overthrow of Syria and Israel renewed in connection with symbolical name and two witnesses
C. Judgment of God upon Syria and Israel will also threaten Judah – deliverance due to Immanuel (8:5-
D. Exhortation for the faithful to not join in the fears of the people – fear Jehovah (8:11-
E. A great light shall shine out of the darkness in Israel – everlasting government put on shoulders of the Son (9:1-
F. Jehovah’s outstretched hand in judgment continues (9:8-
G. Assyria, God’s instrument of wrath upon his people will also face the wrath of God (10:5-
H. A remnant shall escape God’s wrath – renewed exhortation to not fear Assyria (10:20-
I. Deliverance, Restoration and Peace ahead for the people of God in the anointed one (11:1-
J. Psalm of praise for God’s compassion and his confident inspiring strength – exhortation to make his ways known recognizing His great presence (12:1-
1. Pinpoint the time (not necessarily the date) in history when Isaiah’s prophecy in chapter 7 was given:
2. What was a purpose of the confederacy of Syria and Israel to war against Jerusalem?
3. What description of Syria and Israel was Isaiah to give to King Ahaz, the king of Judah?
4. If Ahaz and the people in Jerusalem were to be “established” they must _____________________ .
5. In whose reign would Ephraim be broken to pieces?
6. What was Jehovah’s reaction to Ahaz’s desire not to “tempt Jehovah”?
7. When was the prophecy of verse 14 perfectly fulfilled?
8. How is the son born of a virgin a “sign” for Ahaz and the people in Jerusalem?
9. Prosperous times for the land of Judah is implied in the born son eating “butter and honey.” (T) (F)
10. The sign of 7:14 was not only a consolation for Ahaz but it was also a sign of warning to Judah. (T) (F)
11. What was the purpose of naming Isaiah’s son “Maher-
12. What was the purpose of writing this name on a tablet before two witnesses ?
13. What was the extent of Assyria’s surge as a flood?
14. Why is Assyria’s terrible surge limited ?
15. What was apparently being called “a conspiracy” in Jerusalem?
16. To what does Isaiah exhort his people to seek?
17. What does Isaiah exhort his people to cease seeking?
18. What hope lied ahead for Zebulun and Naphtali in the latter time?
19. Who is the son that shall be born hope? (Establish your answer with Scripture)
20. Describe the government that the son shall bear upon his shoulder:
21. Why is God’s hand stretched out “still” in 9:12, 17, 21, and 10:4?
22. Assyria was the __________ of God’s ___________________ .
23. Why should Jerusalem be sobered by God using Assyria ?
24. Why will God punish Assyria?
25. Describe “the remnant” that shall survive Assyria’s smiting?
26. Who is being referred to in 10:28-
27. Who shall come forth as a shoot of the stock of Jesse?
28. “__________________ shall be the girdle of his waist, and ____________________________ the girdle of his loins.”
28. What is the “wolf dwelling with the lamb” emphasizing in 11:6?
30. When did Jehovah set his hand a “second time” to recover the remnant of His people?
31. Name the reasons why God’s people should praise God with thanksgiving and joy?
ISAIAH 7:14 – WORD STUDY
“Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel”
“sign” (Hebrew “OT” – mark, token, etc. )
a. Exodus 3:12 _______________________
b. Deut. 26:8 _________________________
c. Joshua 4:6 _________________________
d. Judges 6:17 ________________________
e. Neh. 9:10 __________________________
f. Isa. 20:3 ___________________________
g. Isa. 38:7 ___________________________
h. Isa. 44:25 ___________________________
Question: Is “sign” always “miraculous” in nature?
Question: Is “sign” always something that is present, or can the sign itself be future?
“virgin” (Hebrew “ALMA” – maiden, damsel of marriageable age)
a. Gen. 24:43 _____________________________
b. Exodus 2:8 _____________________________
c. Psalm 68:25 ____________________________
d. Proverbs 30:19 __________________________
e. Song of Solomon 1:3 _____________________
f. Song of Solomon 6:8 _____________________
Question: Is the word “virgin” always one who has never had sexual relations?