ISAIAH

Updated 6/2015



CHAPTER 1

  1. What time period does the book of Isaiah cover?
  2. How were the people of Judah lower than the ox and donkey?
  3. Was God pleased with Judah's sacrifices and festivals?
  4. How could Judah's sins become white as snow?
  5. What three types of sinners will be consumed by the Lord?

CHAPTER 2

  1. How will the mountain of the Lord's house established?
  2. What are the rocks and caves that people will hide in?

CHAPTER 3

  1. What were some of the things that would happen to Judah?
  2. What had the leaders and elders done to the people?

CHAPTER 4

  1. Who is the branch in verse 2?
  2. Who is the fruit of the earth?
  3. What is the spirit of judgment and the spirit of burning of Zion?
  4. What will God do for His people day and night?
  5. What is the covering that will be over all glory?

CHAPTER 5

  1. Who is the beloved who had a vineyard?
  2. Who is the vineyard?
  3. What judgment would God bring on Israel?

CHAPTER 6

  1. What did Isaiah' confession of unclean lips symbolize?
  2. What did the hot coal touched to Isaiah's lips symbolize?
  3. What was Isaiah able to do next?

CHAPTER 7

  1. Who is prophesied in verse 14?
  2. Why would the son eat curds and honey?
  3. What would happen before the child new to refuse evil and choose good?

CHAPTER 8

  1. What does this son of Isaiah represent?
  2. Who should the people fear and dread?
  3. Who were they not to call on?

CHAPTER 9

  1. Who is the child that is born to bear the government on his shoulders?
  2. Why would God then be called wonderful, counselor, mighty God, etc?
  3. Who are the head and the tail?
  4. What was in the hearts of the people?

CHAPTER 10

  1. Who did God use to deliver His wrath on Israel?
  2. Why would God destroy Assyria?

CHAPTER 11

  1. a. Who is the rod or branch that will come from the stem of Jesse? b. What characteristics will He possess?
  2. What do the animals represent in verses 6-8?

CHAPTER 12

  1. What will be the people's attitude toward God in the day of salvation?

CHAPTER 13

  1. What prophecy does Isaiah make concerning the world?
  2. What ‘light’ would disappear for Babylon?
  3. Who would God send against the Babylonians?

CHAPTER 14

  1. With whom is Babylon paralleled?
  2. What was Lucifer's sin?
  3. Will Lucifer have rest in his grave?
  4. Who does Assyria and Philistia represent?

CHAPTER 15

  1. What is the prophecy against Moab?

CHAPTER 16

  1. Where will Moab refugees seek shelter?
  2. Who is the one to sit on the throne of David?
  3. What was the reason for Moab’s destruction?

CHAPTER 17

  1. Why would Damascus and Ephraim be destroyed?

CHAPTER 18

  1. What banner will be set up against the mountains for all to see?

CHAPTER 19

  1. What did the dried up waters and rivers in Egypt represent?
  2. Who did the fishermen represent?
  3. What is the highway that will connect Assyria and Egypt?

CHAPTER 20

  1. a. How long did Isaiah walk around stripped and barefoot? b. Why did God tell Isaiah to do this?

CHAPTER 21

  1. What did the chariots of horsemen, donkeys, and camels represent?
  2. What spiritual message does God give us in verses 11 and 12?

CHAPTER 22

  1. Who is a Valley of Vision and why are they called this?
  2. Why would God destroy Jerusalem?

CHAPTER 23

  1. Who does Tyre represent?
  2. What was Tyre's sin?
  3. Why would Tyre become like the Chaldeans or Babylonians?
  4. What does the seventy years represent?
  5. What is the fornication that Tyre commits with the world?

CHAPTER 24

  1. What does Isaiah tell us will happen to the people of the earth?
  2. What does the shaking of the olive trees and the gleaning of grapes represent?
  3. Who are the exalted ones that God will punish?
  4. Who are the kings of the earth?
  5. What is the judgment on the exalted ones and the kings of the earth?
  6. Why will the moon and the sun be disgraced and ashamed?

CHAPTER 25

  1. Who are the strong people of God?
  2. What is the mountain of the Lord?
  3. What will God do for His mountain?
  4. What are the veil and the covering that will be removed?
  5. What will be swallowed up forever?

CHAPTER 26

  1. What is the strong city of the believers?
  2. How will the nation be expanded?
  3. What will happen to the dead who knew God?

CHAPTER 27

  1. Who does Leviathan represent?
  2. Who is the vineyard that the Lord keeps?
  3. Who are the briars and thorns?
  4. What is possible for the briars and thorns?
  5. What did God do to Israel with an "east" wind?
  6. Who does the fortified city represent?
  7. Will God have mercy on the fortified city?
  8. a. Who will God gather out of the river? b. When will He do this?

CHAPTER 28

  1. Who is the strong one the Lord will use?
  2. What was the condition of the priest and the prophet?
  3. How would God speak to his people from now on?
  4. What was the people's attitude about God's precepts?
  5. Because they did not follow God, who did they make a covenant with?
  6. Who is the cornerstone that would be laid in Zion?
  7. What was revealed to Isaiah concerning the whole earth?
  8. What did Isaiah say about how God teaches?

CHAPTER 29

  1. What will happen to Jerusalem?
  2. Why were the people of Israel only near to God?
  3. Why could Israel not hide their deeds from God?
  4. Who will be cut off completely one day?
  5. Why would Jacob not be ashamed of his children?

CHAPTER 30

  1. Why was Israel not to trust in Egypt?
  2. What type of people had Israel become?
  3. Who would God be gracious to?
  4. How will God teach His people in the future?
  5. What is the great light to come?
  6. What king would face death at Topeth?

CHAPTER 31

  1. What would be the result of those who did not trust in God?
  2. What would the Lord be like for those who trust in Him?
  3. How did the Assyrians fail not by sword?

CHAPTER 32

  1. What will be the way of the people when God rules their lives?
  2. How will the people perceive the foolish and the evil person?
  3. When will the people stop mourning and become a fruitful forest?
  4. Even during troubled times, how can God's people dwell?

CHAPTER 33

  1. Who is the plunderer?
  2. Who are the people who will be afraid in Zion?
  3. Who in Zion will not be afraid of the devouring fire?
  4. a. What will the righteous ones observe? b. What will they remember? c. What will they not see?

CHAPTER 34

  1. How will the host of heaven be dissolved and the heavens rolled up?
  2. Who does Edom represent?
  3. Who do the oxen and the bulls represent?
  4. Who do the rest of the animals represent in vs. 11-15?
  5. What is the book that was searched?

CHAPTER 35

  1. How will the land on Earth be different in the end?
  2. What will happen to the blind, the deaf, and the lame?
  3. What type of people will not be in the new land, the highway of holiness?
  4. Why will the fool or simple minded person not go astray?

CHAPTER 36

  1. What did the leader of the Assyrian army accuse Hezekiah of doing against God?
  2. Who did the commander of the Assyrian army say had sent him?
  3. How could you tell that this army leader did not believe in God?

CHAPTER 37

  1. What word did Hezekiah receive against the king of Assyria?
  2. What led to the downfall of Assyria?
  3. What would be the sign to Hezekiah that God was with them?
  4. How many Assyrians were killed by an angel of the Lord?
  5. What happened to the Assyrian king?

CHAPTER 38

  1. How many years did God add to Hezekiah's life?
  2. What was the sign given to Hezekiah that he would live?

CHAPTER 39

  1. To whom did Hezekiah entertain and show his treasures?
  2. What did God reveal to Hezekiah about Babylon?

CHAPTER 40

  1. Who would God exalt and humble?
  2. What question did God ask the people of Himself?
  3. What does God never become?
  4. Who does God help?
  5. What is the promise for those who wait on the Lord?

CHAPTER 41

  1. Who has empowered a nation and made it rule over kings?
  2. What nation was empowered?
  3. How is God the first and the last?
  4. What does God ask the people to bring forth?

CHAPTER 42

  1. a. Who is the servant that God would send? b. What did God put upon Him? c. Why would the coast lands wait for his law?
  2. What is the bruised reed?
  3. What would God do with the one He will call in righteousness?
  4. What would the servant become to the people?
  5. Who are the people in prison and darkness?
  6. What did God expect from the people and would not give to another?
  7. What things will God dry up and lay waste?

CHAPTER 43

  1. Who do the rivers and waters represent?
  2. What does the fire represent?
  3. Why are the people protected from the fire?
  4. Why are people created by God?
  5. Where would God's people come from?
  6. a. Who are the blind and deaf people? b. Who are the witnesses?
  7. a. What is the road in the wilderness? b. Who are the beasts of the field?
  8. Why did God blot out the transgressions of the people?
  9. What does God ask Israel to justify?

CHAPTER 44

  1. Who are the thirsty?
  2. What will God pour on Israel?
  3. What does God try to show the people about their idols?
  4. What prophesy was given about Jerusalem and the temple?

CHAPTER 45

  1. Who did God anoint to be His servant?
  2. What purpose would Cyrus serve?
  3. What nations would fall under the control of God's servant?

CHAPTER 46

  1. What promise did God give to Zion?

CHAPTER 47

  1. a. Who was God going to bring down? b. Why? c. Who would the people turn to that would become as stubble?

CHAPTER 48

  1. Why did God warn Israel early?
  2. Why would God put his people in the furnace of affliction?
  3. How is God the first and the last?
  4. Who is sent by God and His spirit?
  5. How could the people have had peace and righteousness?

CHAPTER 49

  1. a. Who was called from the womb to become a sharp sword? b. Where has he been hidden?
  2. a. What would be the servant's duty to God? b. Who is the servant's strength? c. To whom would the servant be a light?
  3. How would God help in the acceptable time?
  4. How will God still remember his people, Israel?
  5. Why did Israel wonder about the children?
  6. What did God say of the Gentiles?

CHAPTER 50

  1. From what would the servant not hide?
  2. Who are we to trust when we are in darkness?
  3. a. Who are those who kindle a fire and encircle themselves with it? b. What will God do to them?

CHAPTER 51

  1. Who should not fear the reproach and insults of men?
  2. What will be removed from God’s people?

CHAPTER 52

  1. Who are the watchmen who will sing together?
  2. Who is the servant who will be exalted?
  3. How will the servant's appearance be marred?

CHAPTER 53

  1. How will the servant grow like a tender plant and as a root out of dry ground?
  2. How would the servant not look?
  3. What would the servant be familiar with?
  4. What will the Lord lay on the servant?
  5. What seed will the Servant see?
  6. Who will God reward with the servant?

CHAPTER 54

  1. How long did God forsake His people?
  2. Even though God's kindness will not depart from us, what will be removed?
  3. For who are all the promises and kindness of God?

CHAPTER 55

  1. With what should we satisfy ourselves?
  2. When can the Lord be found?
  3. What will not return void from God?

CHAPTER 56

  1. To who also has God promised salvation?
  2. Who are the blind watchmen?

CHAPTER 57

  1. To whom does God's rest and peace come early?
  2. What were the people doing on the lofty and high mountains?
  3. How did the people descend to Sheol?
  4. With whom does God dwell?
  5. Which backsliders will be healed by God?

CHAPTER 58

  1. a. Did Israel still seek and call on God? b. What was wrong with their worship and fasting?
  2. a. What righteousness does God expect from us? b. What will God do for us if we do these things?
  3. How is our darkness replaced with light?
  4. How could Israel become the Repairer and the Restorer?
  5. How do we honor God?

CHAPTER 59

  1. a. What separates us from God? b. How does God respond to this?
  2. How do we grope as if we have no eyes?
  3. Who set forth the plan for salvation?
  4. Who is the Redeemer that will come to Zion?
  5. What did God promise with His new covenant?

CHAPTER 60

  1. Who also will worship at the altar of Israel?
  2. For what will the cypress, pine, and the box tree be used?
  3. a. Who are the works of God's hands? b. What is the work of God’s hands? c. When will the people inherit the land forever?

CHAPTER 61

  1. a. Who was appointed to preach to the people? b. What are the people told about the ruins of the city? c. Who will become part of these people?

CHAPTER 62

  1. Who are the watchmen of God?
  2. How long will the watchmen watch?
  3. What is the banner for the people?

CHAPTER 63

  1. a. What does Edom and Bozrah represent? b. To what does the bloodstain refer?
  2. What did Isaiah declare about God?
  3. Why did God turn against His people?
  4. What did Isaiah remember about the time of Moses?
  5. How did Israel stray from God?
  6. What do the people feel they are not part of any longer?

CHAPTER 64

  1. Why did Isaiah want the mountains to shake?
  2. Who does God help?
  3. Why was Israel's righteousness like filthy rags?

CHAPTER 65

  1. a. What nation did not seek God but was found by Him? b. What nation rebelled against God?
  2. What will be the length of our lives in the new earth?
  3. a. Who do the wolf and lion represent? b. What will happen to them?
  4. a. Who is the serpent? b. What will happen to him?

CHAPTER 66

  1. Who does God look upon and help?
  2. How did God look upon the sacrifices and offerings of the people?
  3. a. Who is the male child delivered by Jerusalem? b. Why was Jerusalem not in pain?
  4. What grew rapidly as a nation born at once?
  5. Why will some in Zion be in pain later?
  6. What would God do with some of the Gentiles?