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ISAIAH LESSON TWELVE
I. RESTORATION OF KINGDOM OF JEHOVAH’S RIGHTEOUSNESS
AMIDST THE CONSEQUENCES OF PEOPLE’S SINS (Chapters 32-
A. A New Era of Righteousness begins (32:1-
1. The King reigns in Righteousness – Princes rule according to right (v.1-
2. Hearts become understanding hearts (v.3-
3. People named according to true character (v.5-
B. Woe to the women at ease in Jerusalem (32:9-
1. Warnings to tear down their sense of false ease (9-
2. Appeal to realize the sense of true ease (v.15-
3. Blessings in store for those who survive the judgments upon Assyria and Jerusalem (v.20).
C. Woe concerning Assyria and the deliverance and glory of Jerusalem (33:1-
1. Prophecy of woe upon the devastator Assyria who has not yet been devastated (v.1).
2. Prayer of deliverance – consequence of victory (v.2-
3. Refusing ambassadors of peace causes God to rise up against Assyria (v.7-
4. Sinners in Jerusalem should take notice of God’s judgment-
5. Jerusalem humbled will be glorious strengthened in forgiveness (v. 17-
1. As God’s people are being led by a King practicing righteousness, what would it
be like for you living at this time when you have been helplessly seeking justice
and feeling like you are walking against the wind, parched, looking for water, and
being scorched by the sun?
2. In a new era of God’s righteousness, you can hear God’s people walking around
saying “we just cannot understand what God would have us to do” (T) (F).
3. How does Isaiah 5 help us appreciate the blessing contained in Isaiah 32:5-
4. Why is Isaiah warning the “women” in Jerusalem?
5. From the time of this prophecy, how long would it be before God would bring
trouble upon Jerusalem?
6. What are the effects of “righteousness” for those who walk in righteousness?
7. What will first happen before the blessings of 32:20?
8. To whom is the “woe” directed to in 33:1?
9. Isaiah switches prophecy to ______________ in seeking God to act against the
enemy of God’s people.
10. What characterizes a people who have “stability”?
11. Why do the ambassadors of peace weep bitterly in 33:7?
12. Why should the “sinners in Zion” be afraid?
13. What is Isaiah’s answer to the question: “Who among us can dwell with everlasting burnings”?
14. What all will the “eyes see” in glorious Jerusalem?
15. What three areas does Jehovah fill in saving His people?
16. How was Jerusalem like a ship at the time of Isaiah’s prophetic warnings?
17. The “wellness” of Jerusalem will be because they will have been _____________________.