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Lesson Manuscript Using MYGWY Method for Isaiah 62:1-12

Lesson Manuscript Using MYGWY Method for Isaiah 62:1-12

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Lesson Manuscript for Isaiah 62:1-12 based on MWGYW method in partial fulfillment of requirements for Ministry of Teaching at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. September 2009.
Lesson Manuscript for Isaiah 62:1-12 based on MWGYW method in partial fulfillment of requirements for Ministry of Teaching at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. September 2009.

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<Read ISAIAH 62:1-12 to Audience>ME (Orientation)
I don’t know about you, but I have many days where I just don’t feel good about myself.I don’t feel good about the way I look, about what I am doing, and about what is happeninginside and outside of my head. And all the while I am thinking, God must have noticed. He musthave noticed I am not as pretty, as thin, as intelligent, as willing to host guests at my house, asable to effortlessly put together stylish outfits or beautiful table settings – whatever it might be. I just don’t feel terribly great about myself. Not only God must have noticed, but I know for a factmy husband noticed as I am rather grumpy around him, too. But God especially: the more I think about it, the more I realize that my fellowship with Him is not the same. And the more I think about it, the more I realize that the issue is with me. Probably something that I did that didn’tmake me feel terribly proud of myself contributed to this. And it impacted my view of myself, but more importantly, it impacted my relationship with my Abba Father. I am not feeling as closeto Him right now. Something has to happen. But what?
WE (Identification)
How about you? Ever felt out of place, too? A feeling that you are just not part of thecool in-crowd at work or at church or even in your own extended family? And again, your firstthought is what did I do? Whom have I offended? Who thinks my contributions aren’t terriblyworthwhile? You feel underappreciated, unmotivated and unloved. But the more you ponder it,the more you start to realize the issue is inside of you not outside of you. You realize thatsomething happened that made you feel less worthy, and even more so, something that makes2
 
you feel disconnected from God – and now it’s playing out in the way you see the world aroundyou. And you are not happy in that place. Been there? How can we get back on track?
GOD (Illumination)
Good news, People, good news indeed on how we can approach this dilemma through theWord of God!We will reach back in time today to the writings of the prophet Isaiah, who lived duringthe eighth century B.C. , during a time when the Assyrian Empire was expanding through use of  brute force and unbelievable violence displayed in their warfare. The land inhabited by thetwelve tribes was by this time divided into two kingdoms – the southern kingdom of Judah,which was made up of the tribe of Judah and the tribe of Benjamin, and the northern kingdom of Israel, which was made up of the other ten tribes. Bitter warfare had already taken place betweenthese two kingdoms, but now the threat was an external one as the Assyrians continued to makeinroads in their victories north of the lands of Judah and Israel.The prophet Isaiah’s ministry began in 740 B.C. , 18 years before the northern kingdomof Israel would fall to these same Assyrian hordes. Isaiah’s writings address the sin of the peoplethat would bring about the fall of the northern kingdom, but also the sin of his own people, the people of the kingdom of Judah. Not during Isaiah’s lifetime, but two centuries later, in 586 B.C.Judah would finally also fall and its inhabitants would be exiled. It would fall not to theAssyrians, but to the Babylonian Empire, which had since the gained preeminence in the Near East after the demise of the Assyrian Empire.Isaiah ultimately wrote not just about this more immediate future, but also about thefuture, which would come later during the time of Jesus, and that future, which is yet to befulfilled. This is where we will investigate today: the promises of God yet to be fulfilled. Manychapters of the book of Isaiah describe judgment, both on Judah and Israel, but also on the3

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