In the #ServantSongs, we saw that a Servant would come who would bear our iniquities and inaugurate a new age through his death and resurrection. Now Isaiah invites all to a banquet feast to celebrate and share in the reign of the Messianic King. #witw #Biblestudy
NEW #BibleStudy Resource on #witw: Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study 1 Corintihians.
In 54:11-17 Isaiah speaks of a New City to demonstrate that what the Servant accomplished through his death and resurrection not only fulfilled the Old Covenant, but it far surpasses Israel's grandest dreams. #witw #Biblestudy #servantsong
Church women’s retreats offer one of the best opportunities of the church for women to step away from their daily responsibilities, rest and connect with other women in the church and spend some concentrated time learning more about the Lord. #witw #ministry
NEW BIBLE STUDY RESOURCE: Study questions, maps, charts, key words, history, background, outlines, and links to help you study both Paul's epistle to Philemon.
Can believers expect prosperity in this life? What happened to the promises of prosperity in the Old Covenant? When the Servant finished his work of atonement, a new age will be born which promises a prosperity which far surpasses the prosperity of this age.
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Has your Bible study become routine? Do you find yourself glancing at the clock to see if you're done yet? Did you make a resolution to read through the Bible in a year or study something new this year but find yourself never making the time? Here are 30 tips to get you back on track. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/tbt-30tips2018/
The rebellion and discouragement of the nation of Israel is contrasted with the obedience and faithfulness of the Servant. In the third song, we see the Servant equipped with divine speech as he goes through the school of suffering.
At a writing conference, one speaker claimed everyone needs 3 people to become a better writer. His list applies to Bible teachers — with one addition. http://www.wednesdayintheword.com/4-people-you-need-to-imp…/