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Kent Philpott's Bible Study Sermons

Oct 27, 2020

The despised one is oppressed and afflicted yet is silent. He is like a lamb led to be slaughtered and thus cut off out of the land of the living, and all because of the transgressions of the people. He is even buried in both a criminal’s grave yet at the same time with a rich man, thus such is spoken of in Matthew...


Oct 1, 2020

The prophet asks who will believe what has been told them. This one who grew up among the people is one of low estate, with no reason anyone should desire him. Even this one who “was” despised and rejected, and the past tense shows that Isaiah is seeing the entire ministry of the Messiah as being completed. This one...


Oct 1, 2020

The history of Israel is central to God’s plan of salvation, which we see as early as Genesis 3:15, then moving on to the time of Abraham, the story of Joseph, Moses, Joshua, the giving of the Law and the great kings especially David. The returnees from Babylon hav the focus and the prophet says to them to rejoice...


Oct 1, 2020

This timeless message is presented in beautiful prose poetry. More than a century following the chapter 39 we have Babylonian exiles returning to the land of Judah, about 50,000 of these though the majority remained in Babylon. Isaiah now shows that the promises the LORD gave to Judah are being fulfilled. Indeed,...


Oct 1, 2020

This passage is also known as “The Thanksgiving Hymn or The Enjoyment of God’s Grace. Chapter 11 concludes with a remnant of Israel being saved. Despite the trouble and tribulation coming upon the nation and the unfaithfulness of the people, the prophet looks ahead to the age of the Messiah, that One who will bring...