Isaiah 51.1-53.12; Ephesians 5.1-33; Psalm 69.19-36; Proverbs 24.7
This section of Isaiah (especially chapter 53) contains many references that we have heard before, most often as descriptions of Jesus and his sacrifice for us. As you read through this passage, how is your understanding of Jesus as a sacrifice for us changed or is strengthened, given the full context described by Isaiah?
In what ways is the start of Isaiah 51 the Hebrew equivalent of The Lion King’s “Remember who you are”?
“Imitate God.” How is that even possible?
Have you ever felt like no one–no one–would show you pity? What did you do in that circumstance?
Why is wisdom too lofty for fools?