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Isaiah 1-39

Part 1: Lessons in Trust

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by Howard Peskett

Isaiah 1-39
ebook
  • Number of Studies: 11
  • Formats: pdf
  • Published: October 18, 2011
  •  In stock
  • ISBN: 978-0-8308-6240-5
  • Item Code: 6240

Do you look around you and see nothing but trouble?

Or are you experiencing firsthand a time of suffering?

Do you wonder how any good can come out of the world you live in?

In the Old Testament book of Isaiah, you'll discover that trouble and suffering are nothing new to God's people. But the prophet Isaiah raises a loud cry for revival in this midst of a rotting society. Isaiah firmly believes that God can triumph even in the worst of times.

As Howard Peskett guides you through these studies on Isaiah, you'll dig deep into the prophet's revolutionary message of repentance, forgiveness and hope. And you'll find comfort for coping with your own troubled times.

This LifeGuide Bible Study in IVP's revised format features questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, as well as a new "Now or Later" section following each session to help you act on what you learn.

PDF download with a single-user license; available from InterVarsity Press and other resellers.

CONTENTS

Getting the Most Out of Isaiah 1--39
1. No More Rotten Religion! - Isaiah 1
2. Longing Living For That Day - Isaiah 2
3. A Song of Injustice - Isaiah 5
4. Responding to God's Call - Isaiah 6
5. To Us a Child Is Born - Isaiah 8:19--9:7
6. A Hope to Live By - Isaiah 11--12
7. Our Spoiled World - Isaiah 24
8. Free at Last! - Isaiah 25
9. Why Can Trust You? - Isaiah 30:1-18
10. The Source of Confidence - Isaiah 36--37
11. How Quick We Are to Forget - Isaiah 38--39

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Howard Peskett is the UK Scholarships Administrator of the Langham Partnership International, a programme founded by John Stott, providing scholarships for Majority World students to do doctoral studies in various countries. Previously he worked in preaching, teaching, and theological training in Singapore and East Asia with OMF International, and at Trinity College Bristol, where he was Vice Principal until 2006.

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