Week of January 18

Week of January 18

January 18: Isaiah 66

1) What is the implication of God considering earth as His footstool (v. 1)?

2) What kind of person does God look for according to v. 2 of this chapter?

  1. Humble
  2. Heart-broken over sin
  3. Honoring of His word
  4. All of the above

January 19: 2 Kings 21

1) What were some of Manasseh's evil deeds that angered the Lord (see v. 2-6)?

2) What did God's prophets predict would happen to the nation as a result of their idolatry (v. 10-15)?

January 20: Jeremiah 1

1) When did God call Jeremiah to be a prophet according to v. 1?

  1. When he was in the womb
  2. When he was a teenager
  3. When he was a senior adult
  4. None of the above

2) What was Jeremiah's assessment of his own capability in response to God's call (v. 6) and how did God respond to Jeremiah's reservations (v. 7)?

January 21: Jeremiah 2

1) What caused God to bring charges against Israel in v. 5-9?

  1. Israel followed worthless idols
  2. Priests did not seek the Lord
  3. Rebellious religious leaders who dealt with the law did not know the Lord
  4. Prophets prophesied by Baal
  5. All of the above

2) What two main sins did God say His people had committed according to v. 13?

January 22: Jeremiah 3

1) To what did God compare Judah to illustrate their sin of idolatry (see v. 1-10)?

  1. A disobedient child
  2. A rebellious teen
  3. An adulterous wife
  4. A stubborn man
  5. None of the above

2) What promises did God make to faithless Israel if only she would return to Him and acknowledge her guilt (see v. 11-18)?

  1. I will not be angry forever
  2. I will bring you to Zion
  3. I will give you shepherds (leaders) after my own heart
  4. The House of Judah will follow the House of Israel and come back to the land of their inheritance
  5. All of the above

January 23: Jeremiah 4

1) In v. 1, what was God's prescription for God's sinful people?

  1. Return to the Lord
  2. Remove their idols
  3. Renew their allegiance to the Lord
  4. All of the above

2) In the day of Judah's judgment, what are the responses of her king, her priests, and her prophets (v. 9)?

January 24: Discussion Questions

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?