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Lesson 10: Isaiah




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1. What two main things did Isaiah see in his vision in chapter 6?

    a) Earth’s final end and the New Jerusalem.

    b) The holy God and himself as a sinner.

2. Which chapter records God’s call to Isaiah?

    a) Chapter 6.

    b) Chapter 12.

    c) Chapter 25.

3. We can experience true peace through Jesus Christ who turned away God’s anger from mankind.

    a) True.

    b) False.

4. In chapter 25, the destruction of Moab is a picture of what?

    a) The fate awaiting all those who do not believe.

    b) Christ’s victory on the cross and the pulling down of Satan’s strongholds.

5. ‘Prophecy’ is always a foretelling of the future.

    a) True.

    b) False.

6. In which chapter does Isaiah especially speak a comforting word to the people of his day?

    a) Chapter 6.

    b) Chapter 40.

    c) Chapter 53.

7. One of the ways in which Isaiah can be compared to the Bible as a whole is that the second section of Isaiah begins by predicting the ministry of John the Baptist.

    a) True.

    b) False.

8. Which chapter contains the plainest and fullest prophecy in the Old Testament concerning Christ’s suffering?

    a) Chapter 53.

    b) Chapter 55.

    c) Chapter 62.

9. We can say that Isaiah was pre-eminently

    a) an historian.

    b) a teacher.

    c) an evangelist.

10. The art of prayer is reminding God of what He has promised to do.

    a) True.

    b) False.

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