“I See The Lord” Isaiah 1:1-20

“I See The Lord” Isaiah 1:1-20

Interact Questions

  1. According to verses 1-4, what is the problem that God is addressing through His prophet Isaiah?
  2. What comparison does He make in verse 3 to drive His point home?
  3. In verses 5-9, it appears as though God’ people have suffered greatly. Why does Isaiah bring this up?
  4. In verses 10-14, God’s people appear to be faithful in worship and bringing offerings to the temple. What is God’s response? Why does He feel this way?
  5. How do you reconcile verse 15 with Psalm 18:6? Why has God stopped listening?
  6. If the way of salvation and reconciliation with God is “not by works,” as Ephesians 2 says, how do you explain verses 16-17?
  7. According to verses 18-20, how is our sin forgiven?

Children’s Questions

  1. Isaiah was a prophet, and prophets were messengers from God. Read verse 2. What was the message God gave to Isaiah?
  2. Look at verse 4. What did God’s people do that made Him so angry?
  3. When God’s people wanted to please God, they brought offerings to the temple. What does God think of these offerings? (Verse 13)
  4. According to verses 16-17, what does God want His people to do?
  5. Verses 18-20 show that things will get better. How will this happen?


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