This lesson contains 11 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.
Items in this lesson
2 reliable Witnesses
Uriah - Priest
Zechariah - Son of Jeberechiah
Slide 1 - Slide
What does it mean to be reliable?
not able to be relied upon
able to be loving and kind
consistently good in quality or performance; able to be trusted
feeling bad about oneself
Slide 2 - Quiz
Do you feel as though you are a reliable person? Why or why not?
Slide 3 - Mind map
Isaiah 8 v. 4
"Before my son can say mama or dada (what age?) Damascus's wealth ( Syria's wealth) and Samaria's wealth (Israel's wealth) will be taken away by the King of Assyria.
Slide 4 - Slide
Slide 5 - Slide
Why was this happening to the people of Damascus and Syria (Israel).
They were being selfish.
They were scared and didn't trust in God.
They thought the King of Assyria was a nice king.
They ate too much manna in the wilderness.
Slide 6 - Quiz
Isaiah 8 v. 12
"Do not call conspiracy all that this people call conspiracy, and do not fear what they fear, nor be in dread."
Basically saying, don't believe in conspiracy or gossip, trust in ME, your GOD instead.
Slide 7 - Slide
In our world today, what conspiracy theories or gossip are people trusting in? What should be our response as Christians?
Slide 8 - Mind map
Isaiah 8:16- 22
16Make an agreement.
Seal up the teaching while my followers are watching.
17I will wait for the Lord to help us.
The Lord is ashamed of the family of Israel.
I will trust the Lord.
18I am here. And with me are the children the Lord has given me. We are signs and proofs for the people of Israel. We have been sent by the Lord of heaven’s armies. He lives on Mount Zion.
19Some people say, “Ask the mediums and fortune-tellers what to do. They whisper and mutter and ask dead people what to do.” But I tell you that people should ask their God for help. Why should people who are still alive ask something from the dead?
Slide 9 - Slide
20You should follow the teachings and the agreement with the Lord. The mediums and fortune-tellers do not speak the word of the Lord. Their words are worth nothing.
21People will wander through the land troubled and hungry. When they become hungry, they will become angry. Then they will look up and curse their king and their God. 22They will look around them at their land. And they will see only trouble and darkness and awful gloom. And they will be forced into the darkness.
Slide 10 - Slide
How can you apply Isaiah Chapter 8 to your own life?