'Isaiah' Tagged Posts

'Isaiah' Tagged Posts

Gospel Group Questions for Week of October 20

On Sunday, October 20 (and throughout that week if your group meets on a different day), our Gospel Groups will be studying Isaiah 52-53.  Below are some questions for you to think about as you read the passage in preparation for your group.  Be in prayer and allow the Holy Spirit to teach you from this passage.  Then be ready to share what God is teaching you with your group Why do people so often believe that suffering cannot be connected…

Understanding the Book of Isaiah (part 2)

Today, for the Rocky Creek Bible Reading Plan (Sept – Nov 2019) we will be in the book of Isaiah.  Over the next few days we’ll be looking at a section that describes the Messianic King, God’s servant.  As you read, see Jesus in the pages and experience His presence and power in your life. Here’s another video from the Bible Project that will help you understand the book of Isaiah better.  It covers Isaiah 40-66.

Understanding the Book of Isaiah

Today, for the Rocky Creek Bible Reading Plan (Sept – Nov 2019) we will be continuing in the book of Isaiah.  Isaiah is one on the longer books in the Bible and thus is a part of the “major prophets.”  Throughout the book we see God’s judgment and salvation.  God must punish rebellious people, but He has also promised salvation through “His servant.”   As you read this book, ask God to allow you to learn biblical lessons.  May you…

Bible Reading Plan for Week of April 22

This week we will continue reading the book of Romans.  Continue to read it prayerfully and ask God to change you.  May He transform us by the renewing of our minds (12:2).  Because of our position in Christ and what He has done, let us live appropriately.   May we live in a manner that is worthy of Christ and seek to magnify Him in all we do.  On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll focus on the Scriptures for our Gospel…

Bible Reading Plan for Week of April 15

This week we will begin reading the book of Romans.  “The book of Romans is considered by many as the ultimate hallmark of Paul’s letters to the churches, with some scholars suggesting that every major revival in church history has been preceded by the faithful preaching of it.”  Read prayerfully and ask God to revive you as you meditate on the truths of this book.  On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll focus on the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups and the…

Isaiah 12:1-6 for Gospel Groups November 26-December 2

Read the passages this week and think about these questions Isaiah 12:1-6   Is the day of the Lord a day to look forward to or to fear? For what can you praise and give thanks to God? What is a current day metaphor that we could use to describe salvation from the Lord? Is the body at RC filled with joy because of the streams of mercy that flow from God? What does your worship and evangelism look like?…