Isaiah 40-66
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1. Starting in Isaiah 40, God begins fulfilling his prophetic promise after Isaiah's death during the exile in Babylon.
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2. After the Babylon exile, instead of praising God, the people complained that God ________________ .
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3. God responded by saying the purpose of the exile was for _____________ not neglect and for their sake He raised up Persia to defeat Babylon so they could return home to Jerusalem.
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4. The Israelites still did not turn their hearts towards God, so he assigned a ______ ___________ to restore Israel and be a light to the nations.
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5. This servant would be __________ and _______ by his own people.
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6. God says that this servants death is a _____________________.
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7. There are two ways for the people to respond to the servants actions: respond in humility or reject the servant and his servants.
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8. In order for the servants to inherit the New Jerusalem they must ________ and ask God to forgive them, so that His Kingdom would come here on earth as it is heaven.
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9. The New Jerusalem is imagery for a renewed creation where death and suffering are gone forever. True or false?
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10. Through this covenant, God invites only a few nations and people to accept him.
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