NextLevel Online: The Gospel According to Isaiah

by Jon Kehrer

Jon Kehrer (Old Testament and biblical languages professor at Ozark Christian College) will teach the good news about Jesus according to what Isaiah has to say. Jon will show the glorious picture of what God laid out for us in the coming of the Messiah and how his coming can transform our lives today.

The Gospel According to Isaiah



Lessons

Session 1
Session 1

Rebellion (Isaiah 1, 5)

All of us have things in our life that make rebellion against God an easier choice. Do you ever have a hard time admitting to your rebellion against God?

Session 2
Session 2

Transformation (Isaiah 6)

How can texts like Isaiah 6 and Revelation 4 change how we think about ourselves and our role in God’s world?

Session 3
Session 3

Presence (Isaiah 7)

What would a normal day look like for you if you chose to trust God’s presence in everything?

Session 4
Session 4

Light (Isaiah 8-9)

Oftentimes, we don’t plan for seasons of darkness; they come on us suddenly. What can you do today to prepare your heart to trust in God in the midst of whatever darkness may come your way?

Session 5
Session 5

Feast (Isaiah 24-25)

What would it look like for you to believe wholeheartedly that God was going to prepare a wonderful feast for us in the end?

Session 6
Session 6

Garden (Isaiah 34-35)

In the original Garden of Genesis 2-3, the serpent introduced a temptation to not trust God. How are you tempted to not trust God in your life?

Session 7
Session 7

Trust (Isaiah 36-37)

What is something you can do to trust God more this week than you did last week?

Session 8
Session 8

Hope (Isaiah 40)

Do you ever struggle to believe that God will act?

Session 9
Session 9

Worship (Isaiah 41, 44)

What kinds of temptations towards idolatry do you face in your world?

Session 10
Session 10

Suffering (Isaiah 53)

How do Jesus’ death and resurrection take care of our sins?

Session 11
Session 11

Peace (Isaiah 54, 57)

What types of things separate people from peace with God?

Session 12
Session 12

Shine (Isaiah 60, 58, 66)

How would your life change if you began to really believe that God just asked you to shine where he placed you?