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Bible Study Questions
Bible Study Questions for Isaiah 11:2 give us a wonderful picture of what it means to be Spirit-filled, part of the Isaiah Living Commentary.
“And the Spirit of the LORD will rest on Him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and strength, the spirit of knowledge and the fear of the LORD” (Isaiah 11:2).
List the 7 marks of this special person as listed in Isaiah 11:2.
Do you think that this passage can also refer to Christians walking full of God’s Spirit?
Why or why not?
Make sure you connect the passage of 1 Corinthians 12:7-11 with your answer.
Describe your personal struggle to live full of God’s Spirit since you have become a Christian.
How has what other Christians taught you either helped or hurt you in living by the leading of the Holy Spirit?
What experiences has God used to build up your dependence upon the Holy Spirit?
Is this process related to your spiritual disciplines at all (e.g. devotions, prayer, fasting, meditation, etc.)?
List your strongest and weakest area out of the list of seven.
Thank the Lord for the strongest area. Describe why that is your strongest area.
Thank the Lord that He wants to make you stronger in this weakest area.
Write out at least two ways you could respond differently if the Lord led you more in this area.
Write out a prayer asking Him to help you grow in this area.
Spirit Dependent Living
As we depend upon the Spirit of God, He effectively leads us closer to Him and makes our lives more fruitful.
Besides study questions for each section, this study also has special weekly and daily projects to train yourself how to walk by the Spirit (pdf: 38 pages).
Order Download: Spirit Dependent Living Isaiah 11:1-5
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