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What has God been teaching you through ISAIAH chapters 4 through 5 during our Lord’s Day services? Pick one of the central truths and explain how the LORD spoke into your life.
The Branch of the LORD Shall Be Beautiful and Glorious
For the faithful few remaining through God’s judgment, the promise of Jesus Christ is all the more beautiful and glorious. Like a fire through the dark night, a shade from the day’s heat, a shelter through life’s storms, Jesus prevails as the only branch for fruit.
My Beloved Vineyard
Like a vineyard planted on the best of soils and vines, God planted you in the richness of His grace in Christ. In due time, the Gardener looks for His fruit – the character and conduct of His people. God cannot be blamed for a fruitless life, for fruit reveals the root.
The LORD of Hosts is Exalted in Justice
God not only denounces our sins (declaring it evil), He laments over them (grieving at how it hurts us). These are not so much the sins done against us, but the sins indwelling within us. Over social-reform, God’s justice exalts in self-reform.
If you’ve been able to join us on Wednesday’s Walk into the Word, how has the Lord spoken to you through JOHN chapters 3 through 5?
How has your walk with the Lord been these past weeks? What areas of your spiritual health can we treat together? How can we cultivate a deeper personal relationship with God and with one another?
What hardships, difficulties, trials, are you going through that we can all go through together?
What are those specific requests of prayer we have that God has still left unfulfilled or asked us to wait?
What are those specific requests of prayer we have that God has answered recently?
Read the following Scriptures about prayer, and pray for each other.
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. (1 THESSALONIANS 5:16-18)
… do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (PHILIPPIANS 4:6-7)