“I See The Lord” Isaiah 2:1-5 & 4:2-6

“I See The Lord” Isaiah 2:1-5 & 4:2-6

Interact Questions

  1. Isaiah 2:1-5, and 4:2-6 are poems. Some have described the first poem as “what Jerusalem should be,” and the second, “what Jerusalem will be.” Do you agree?
  2. These poems bracket two chapters of condemnation for Judah’s religious and moral failure. How do these poems make these chapters hopeful?
  3. Both of these passages concern the kingdom of God. Do you think it’s His heavenly kingdom, or the one He is establishing on earth?
  4. If considered from an earthly perspective, what is 2:3-4 describing?
  5. In Isaiah 4:2, a “branch” is mentioned. This term is sometimes used to refer to the coming Messiah. How does this change your reading of the passage?
  6. Explain how Isaiah 4:4-6 relates to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Children’s Questions

  1. In chapter 2 verse 1, what will happen in the last days?
  2. Where will God’s temple be? Why do you think it’s there?
  3. Explain chapter 2 verse 4 in your own words. What will the world be like?
  4. What does chapter 2 verse 5 tell us to do? How do we do it?


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