Sermon Bible Study Guides

in Isaiah

Isaiah 52:13–53:12 - October 18th, 2019

What does it say?

  1. Read Isaiah 52:13–53:12
  2. How is the servant described?
  3. What does the servant do?
  4. How is the servant treated?
  5. Who was the servant sent to?

What does it mean?

  1. Summarize the passage in one sentence
  2. How does the servant bring blessing to God's people?
  3. How does the servant come to fruition in Jesus' life, ministry, death, and burial?
  4. What New Testament passages quote these verses?
  5. What does Isaiah 53:10–12 tell us about the divine purpose of the servant's oppression?

How should it change us?

  1. How does Isaiah point us to Jesus Christ?
  2. What should we believe because of this passage?
  3. How should we think of our sin?
  4. How should we think of our salvation?
  5. How should we live in light of this message?
  6. Sing In Christ Alone to God and to one another.
in Isaiah

Isaiah 9:6-7 - December 21, 2018

Unto us a child is born

Read Isaiah 9:6-7

  1. What is God's answer of hope to the remnant of Judah?
    1. What four names is the child called?
    2. What do these four names tell us about him?
  2. What does Isaiah tell us about this child's rule?
  3. How will all of this be accomplished? (Look at the end of verse 7)


  1. Who is the child promised in Is 9:6-7?
  2. Without Jesus, how are we still under the kingdom of darkness?
  3. How can we be a part of Jesus' kingdom?
  4. How can you encourage your fellow church members to look to Jesus?