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Isaiah 11:1-9

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Isaiah 11:1-9 Thursday Night Bible Study Pastor Roger Feenstra Isaiah 11:1-9 Chapter 10 ended with the distress in Israel due to the Assyrians in the near view of prophecy, and the anti-christ in the distant view. There is a coming destruction of Israel that has been decreed. What sets off this decree? It is the signing of the seven-year peace agreement between Israel and the anti-christ (Daniel 9:27). Verse 1— 1. What is the stem of Jesse? 2. What is the rod that comes out of the stem of Jesse? 3. What is the branch? 4. Who is Jesse? What is the Kingdom? • Announced in the New Testament by John the Baptist (Matthew 3:2) • Repent! It’s not a command for us to be saved. (Ephesians 2:8,9) • Don’t confuse “kingdom” passages with “Church age” passages. • Our Christian Living doctrine comes primarily from the epistles (of Paul). Overview of Israel’s history (Acts 13:16-23) • All of this helps us make sense of Luke 1:32. Verse 2 — • Isaiah 42:1 • Isaiah 61:1,2 (Luke 4:16-21) Verse 3 — • Delight in the fear of the LORD. • The Rod of Jesse will Judge with righteousness and uprightness. Based on fact! Page !1 of !2 Isaiah 11:1-9 Thursday Night Bible Study Pastor Roger Feenstra Verse 4 — • The perfect King will rule Verse 5 — • Belt of his loins: Literally he middle of his waist. Righteous to the core! • Belt of his waist: His faithfulness will be seen and evident to everyone. Where he is righteous to the core, it will be manifest by his faithfulness in judgment. Verses 6-8 — • No aggressive wildlife in the Kingdom. • Children will live in safety. Verse 9 — • There will be no fear of violence (Isaiah 2:4; Isaiah 60:18) Isaiah 11:10-16; 12:1-6 Page !2 of !2
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