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ISAIAH – LESSON TEN


I. GOD’S JUDGMENTS UPON THE NATIONS AND ISRAEL’S DELIVERANCE (Chapters 24-27).

A. God’s sovereignty expressed in judgments upon Jerusalem and all kings of the earth (24:1-23).

B. God praised for taking away the reproach of His people (25:1-12).

C. Plea for Trusting in Jehovah because the day of deliverance will come (26:1-21).

D. God smites in judgment the enemies of his people – God chastises in judgment His people (27:1-13).


QUESTIONS:

1. Whom does Jehovah make empty and waste?


2. How does Isaiah describe Jehovah as not being a respecter of persons in His judgment?


3. Why is the earth or land polluted?


4. Give three things that cease in God’s judgments upon the earth that are connected with “joy”?


5. Why will people from the uttermost part of earth lift up their voice?


6. How does Isaiah describe the fact that the inhabitants of the earth will not escape God’s judgment upon the earth or land?


7. Why will the moon be confounded and the sun ashamed?


8. In chapter 25:1-8, judgment upon whom has caused Isaiah to praise the name of Jehovah?


9. What all of Moab is trodden down that emphasizes God’s sovereignty over the nations?


10. What “song” is sung when “the way” of God’s judgments is realized?


11. How does the world learn righteousness?


12. Why is Isaiah having to exhort his people to “trust in Jehovah” in chapter 26?


13. Who is the “leviathan” that God’s sword will punish?


14. What imagery does Isaiah use to show Jacob at peace with God again?


15. What is the difference in God’s smiting of His people and His smiting of those who smote His people?


16. How will God gather his people as fruit again?


17. Where will the outcasts and those ready to perish worship again?  When?