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Monday, September 20 Isaiah 7-8 Read & Listen Online (Click “Audio” link to listen)
1. Despite political unrest and turmoil, God reminds the people of His faithfulness toward them in the words of Isaiah: “Hear now, you house of David! Is it not enough to try the patience of men? Will you try the patience of God also? Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and will call Him Immanuel” (Isaiah 7:13–14). Isaiah’s words also refer to God’s gift of His Son, God with us, as the Savior of the world (see Matthew 1:23). In what ways do people today try the patience of God regarding this great gift?
Tuesday, September 21 Isaiah 9-10 Read & Listen Online (Click “Audio” link to listen)
2. How did Jesus fulfill Isaiah‘s prophecy recorded in 9:1-2? See Matthew 4:12-16.
Wednesday, September 22 Isaiah 11-12 Read & Listen Online (Click “Audio” link to listen)
3. Meditate on Isaiah 12 in light of all that God has done for you in Christ Jesus. Which verses from chapter 12 are most meaningful to you as you think about your relationship with your Savior today?
Thursday, September 23 Isaiah 13-20 Read & Listen Online (Click “Audio” link to listen)
4. Review Isaiah 14:12. In what way do these words remind us of the victory Jesus has won over Satan? See also 1 John 3:8.
Friday, September 24 Isaiah 21-23 Read & Listen Online (Click “Audio” link to listen)
5. The words of Isaiah 22:22 appear again in Revelation 3:7 as a reference to Jesus. In what way does Jesus open what no one can shut or shut what no one can open?
Saturday, September 18 Isaiah 24-25 Read & Listen Online (Click “Audio” link to listen)
6. Describe heaven in light of Isaiah 25:6-9. See also Revelation 19:9 and Revelation 7:17.
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