Isaiah’s Ancient Songs for Today

Isaiah’s Ancient Songs for Today

In the Word from Concordia Seminary is a unique, complete electronic Bible study-in-a-box. All the materials you need to facilitate the Bible study topic are downloadable – the Student study sheets, the Leader Guides, and the video presentations.

This series, “Isaiah’s Ancient Song for Today: The Servant Suffers for Straying Sheep,” is presented by Dr. Jeff Gibbs and Dr. Reed Lessing in a casual, fun setting. This five-part study considers the fourth Servant Song’s context within Isaiah 40–55 and how it impacted New Testament authors like Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Paul. The discussion also takes up how the Suffering Servant gives his gifts of peace and righteousness, as well as what all of this means for Christians today. The Leader Guides and Student Handouts were developed by Rev. Gary Ellul.

To view or download the free videos and handouts, please visit Concordia Seminary’s Scholar archive:
https://scholar.csl.edu/itwisaiahsongs/

To purchase a DVD of this content for offline viewing, please visit Concordia Seminary’s online store:
https://www.csl.edu/product/in-the-word-bible-study-isaiahs-ancient-songs/

Other In the Word Bible studies are available here:
https://concordiatheology.org/category/congregations/intheword/

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3 Comments

  1. pete lange October 21, 2013
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    deep, rich, helpful, wonderful stuff – thanks much!

  2. Bill Morrison June 13, 2018
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    I purchased the dvd of this study but when I try to print out the pdf leader and student guides I get a page not found message.

    • Travis Scholl June 14, 2018

      Thanks for the message, Bill. Unfortunately, those links are now outdated. You can find all the materials in our Scholar archive:

      https://scholar.csl.edu/itwisaiahsongs/

      When you click on one of the sessions, it will show you links for downloading the PDFs. Please let us know if you need help with anything else. Blessings.

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