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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?

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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.

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