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Book of Isaiah

1- How does being a lanlocked affect a country?
2- What difference would it have made for Judah?
3- How could Judah's lack of resoruces have benefited them?
4- How might the desert have been both a benefit and a handicap for Judah?
5- What words best describe Judah's land?
6- Why would people of Judah be tempted to worship Canaanite Gods?
7- What had God promised his people if they would be fiathful and trust him alone? Deuteronomy 28: 1-24).

8- Why would Judah be tempted to join alliances with other small nations?
9-Who was responsible for the end of the kingdom of Judah?
10- Who ended Babylonian rule? When?
11-The Assyrians and Babylonians did not excape God's judgment. What does this say about God?
12- How was Judah like israel? How was it different?
13- How was God's promise to David maintained?
14- How was God's promise David fulfilled for us and all people?

Solution Summary

By responding to the questions, this solution addresses topics and themes from the Book of Isaiah. Supplemented with a diagram as well as an article on the covenant between God and David.