Programme titles (2 DVD set):
1. Human Shame
2. Immanuel's Glory
3. World Panorama
4. Glory to the Righteous One
5. The Glory of the Foundation Stone
6. The Glory of the Angel of the Lord
7. The Glory of the Servant
8. The Glory of the Cross
9. The Glory of the Gospel
10. The Glory of the New Creation
Isaiah has been described as the fifth gospel because it is so full of the birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension and return of the LORD Jesus Christ. Constantly quoted by Jesus and His apostles, Isaiah provides so much of the theological foundation for the New Testament. In the temple, Isaiah was confronted with the glory of King Jesus, enthroned over all. He lived through the reigns of four different earthly kings, but he had gazed on that earth-shattering glory of the King of kings. Yet, that awesome King of glory, worshiped by the greatest angelic creatures, is Immanuel, born of a human woman. These studies will open our minds and hearts as the glory of Jesus shines so brightly.
The Book by Book Isaiah Bible study guide is perfect for small group Bible studies. It’s split into 10 sections that are ideal for week-by-week study, with each section featuring discussion questions to help you think more deeply as you read through each part of the book.
This Bible study on Isaiah is ideal for personal and small group Bible study. You can use the book on its own, or use it alongside the DVD resource for a more interactive study.
If you'd prefer an online Bible study, why not pair our Isaiah eBook with our video streaming service?
The Isaiah Study Guide is authored by Paul Blackham. The DVD study features Richard Bewes as the chair, and special guest Alec Motyer.
Dr Alec Motyer - who has passed from this life in August 2016 at the age of 91 - was born and educated in Dublin, and knew a call to Christian ministry when aged six, although converted to Christ at the age of sixteen through a Brethren mission. He has served in full-time ministry in Wolverhampton, Bristol, London and Bournemouth. Through his outstanding work and leadership in British theological seminaries, he has been widely recognised as an inspirer and teacher of numerous younger ministers across the decades. He has been a preacher in the public arena and a writer for the church at large. His messages have been featured at such conventions as Keswick, Strathpeffer and Portstewart.