Words swirl around us and opinions are expressed with little thought and less humility. Can you imagine posting, “Woe is me! For I am lost; for I am a [woman] of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts!” (Isa. 6:5)?
Studying the book of Isaiah is a great place to start to learn humility. Isaiah uses “holy” to describe God more than all the other Old Testament books combined and then reveals a way that God can make us holy – because Christ’s humility leads to our holiness.
Table of Contents:
Introduction to Isaiah
Lesson 1: The Lord Confronts, Consoles, and Condemns (Isaiah 1-5)
Lesson 2: The Holy Lord Sends (Isaiah 6-12)
Lesson 3: The Lord of Hosts Reigns (Isaiah 13-27)
Lesson 4: A Remnant Will Be Redeemed (Isaiah 28-35)
Lesson 5: In Whom Do You Now Trust? (Isaiah 36-37)
Lesson 6: Deliverance and Declaration (Isaiah 38-39)
Lesson 7: The Lord Who Comforts (Isaiah 40:1-44:23)
Lesson 8: The Superior Servant (Isaiah 44:24-55:13)
Lesson 9: The Lord Sanctifies His People (Isaiah 56:1-59:13)
Lesson 10: The Covenant-Keeper and Crimson-Conqueror (Isaiah 59:14-63:6)
Lesson 11: A Praying People and A Promise-Keeping God (Isaiah 63:7-66:24)
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