Isaiah 1-39 - Prophet to the Nations (Cover To Cover Bible Study Guide Series)
Although much of his prophecy relates to the particular circumstances of his own day, Isaiah predicted events that occurred hundreds of years later. He sought to address the spiritual bankruptcy and hypocrisy of God's chosen nation and to point forward...
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Although much of his prophecy relates to the particular circumstances of his own day, Isaiah predicted events that occurred hundreds of years later. He sought to address the spiritual bankruptcy and hypocrisy of God's chosen nation and to point forward to the One who would come to save all nations. The Messianic prophet above all others, Isaiah speaks of not only the first coming of Christ but the second coming also - he is a prophet for us today!This Bible study looks at some of the main themes in the first half of the book of Isaiah, enabling individuals and groups to grasp an overall picture of this passage of Scripture, as well as grapple with key biblical concepts held within it, including holiness, atonement, salvation and evangelism. With wisdom and clarity, John Houghton shows how we as believers today have been drawn into a divine plan and how we can spread the good news of our Saviour to others.Features and Benefits Part of well respected Bible Study brand Seven stimulating sessions Contains ice breakers, Topic introduction, Bible references, discussion starters and personal application section Group leaders notes included
Grasp an overall picture of Isaiah 1-39, and gain a deeper command of the key biblical concepts of holiness, atonement, salvation and evangelism.
John Houghton is an acclaimed children's writer and cultural commentator on the relationship between culture and faith. he is the author of numerous books including The Harry Potter Effect, A Closer Look at His Dark Materials, and most recently A Touch of Love: Discovering the Joys of Pure Sex.
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