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Bible Study: Isaiah 66 on Worship and Judgment

Bible Study: Isaiah 66 on Worship and Judgment:


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He also discussed the prophecy of the Church's birth, the pain experienced by Mary during Christ's crucifixion, and the glorious union between Christ and the Church. Later, he moved on to the symbolism of the Holy Spirit as a river, the second coming of the Lord, and the Last Judgment. The session concluded with a prayer of thanks and a request for further understanding.


Bible Study: Isaiah 66 on Worship and Judgment


Jared led a study session on Isaiah 66, a chapter from the Bible. He started by asking for a prayer to help him understand and apply the teachings. He then proceeded to read and discuss the chapter, focusing on true and false worship concepts as described in the Bible. The discussion also included references to the Lord's judgment on those not listening to his word.


Biblical Verse Analysis: Isaiah and John


Jared discussed a biblical passage, focusing on verses from Isaiah and John. The discussion ended with Jared preparing to analyze verse seven of the next segment.


Church's Birth and Union With Christ


Jared discussed the prophecy of the Church's birth in one day, drawing parallels to Mary's birth of Jesus. He referenced teachings from the apostles and Church fathers, emphasizing the pain experienced by Mary during Christ's crucifixion. Jared also highlighted the Church's role in giving birth to a nation and the glorious union between Christ and his bride, the Church.


Isaiah's Symbolism and Prophecy Discussion


Jared led a discussion on the biblical verses from the Book of Isaiah. He emphasized the symbolism of the Holy Spirit as a river, the second coming of the Lord, and the Last Judgment. He also identified the cross as a sign of salvation and how it would be declared among the Gentiles. Towards the end, he wrapped up the discussion by focusing on the verses that spoke about the acceptance of worship sacrifices from both Gentiles and Jews and the choice of priests from Gentile believers.


Faith, Prayer, and Support


Jared closes out with a prayer, thanking the participants for understanding the message. He asks them to name the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit, explaining that they don't appear simply as hearers of spiritual words but as doers of good deeds and true pursuers of faith. Jared thanks them for their support and promises to look into comments for those who commented.


In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell

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