In our study of Isaiah, we have seen that time and again God’s people failed to fulfill their part of the covenant. On the contrary, God always honors the covenant and commitment He made to His people. In this passage, God was repeating a promise He had already given—He will set His people free and establish His covenant with them. They will be called Sought Out, A City Not Forsaken. Today, we know that God fulfilled this promise through Jesus. Everything that the prophets spoke about the promised Redeemer was fulfilled in Christ. In Him, we receive our salvation, our victory, and all the blessings that God has for us. In this lesson, we will look at how God works to fulfill His covenant with His people.
• In what area of your life and family are you seeking God for a reversal? Do you believe that God can do a miracle in a dead end situation? Ask God to reveal to you what He is doing for you through this situation.
• Ask God to reveal to you your motive for preaching the gospel to others. If something else other than His love is driving you to do that, ask Him to change your heart and give you His heart for people.
• Among your family and friends, who do you think needs to experience the victory and deliverance that is available in Christ? Ask God for open doors to share what Christ has done and for others to experience His deliverance.