Be Comforted. Feeling Secure in the Arms of God by Warren W. Wiersbe
By Warren W. Wiersbe
For an individual who thinks that convenience is resembling pity and that it is just worthy to people who want an emotional crutch, best-selling writer Warren Wiersbe applies the phrases of the prophet Isaiah to end up that God's convenience isn't any such factor. The notice convenience really interprets "to repent" in Hebrew; our English translation, even if, provides one other size to the be aware because it originated from Latin phrases which means "with strength."
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5. Isaiah’s message to his culture included the carrot (promises of hope) and stick (warnings of judgment). How effective do you think this approach would be in motivating those in our culture who have strayed from God’s standard? What makes you say that? 6. Why did Isaiah use music (5:1–30) as a creative medium to call people to repentance? 7. To whom was the song sung? About whom was it sung (see Isa. 5:1)? 8. Read the lyrics of Isaiah’s song. What does he say about greed and materialism? 9. Why do you suppose Isaiah was so concerned about people’s use of money and their treatment of the poor?
6:7). Before we can minister to others, we must permit God to minister to us. ” Isaiah’s conviction led to confession, and confession led to cleansing (1 John 1:9). Like Isaiah, many of the great heroes of faith saw themselves as sinners and humbled themselves before God: Abraham (Gen. 18:27), Jacob (32:10), Job (Job 40:1–5), David (2 Sam. 7:18), Paul (1 Tim. 1:15), and Peter (Luke 5:8–11). (3) Vision: He saw the need (v. 8). The nation needed the Lord, and the Lord wanted a servant to minister to the people.
16–31). How did God describe His sinful people? They were rebellious children (vv. 2–4) who did not have as much devotion to God as animals do to their masters! The word rebel carries with it the idea of breaking a contract. At Sinai, Israel entered into a solemn covenant with Jehovah (Ex. 19—20), but they broke the contract with their unbelief and idolatry. They did not appreciate what God had done for them and were taking their blessings for granted. They had forsaken the Lord, gone backward, and grown corrupt; therefore, they were guilty and deserved judgment.