The Book of Isaiah

This month, I was invited to teach a Wednesday night class on the Book of Isaiah at Fellowship in the Pass in Beaumont.

To be sure, it was a whirlwind tour (I had to cover the final 20 chapters in just ten minutes). But I trust it was helpful to the people and gave the necessary keys to unlock this wonderful book.

Isaiah is quoted more often in the New Testament than any other Old Testament prophet. He wrote to a nation in crisis who needed a fresh vision of God’s holiness. How relevant for us today!

If you’d like to learn more about Book of Isaiah, I’ve uploaded my lectures to our podcast. The full handout is available here.

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Photo credit: Harper’s Bible Dictionary
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2 thoughts on “The Book of Isaiah”

  1. Thanks Pastor Jones. You did an amazing job covering all that material in just 3 sessions. I missed session 2 so am very happy you put it up on your blog. — niles sundstrom

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