Site icon Jon Beck…Sermon Notes and Stuff

Isaiah 2:1-22 – “Where is Your Hope?”

My sermon notes for Sunday morning, Jan 19th as we continue our study through the Book of Isaiah. Remember, these are my personal study notes and not a manuscript of the sermon.  They are provided to help follow as we walk through the Word each week.  To see the sermon each week or subscribe to the weekly sermon podcast please visit


Isaiah 2:1-22 – Where is Your Hope?

Understanding what lies ahead should encourage one to live right now.  Did the people of Judah have a false hope?  Did they truly think all was well?  What about us?  Where do we place our hope?

Hope of the Messiah – Guilt of the People – Promise of Redemption


The Hope – vv. 2-5


It should come to pass in latter days – v. 2


Is this particular context (the OT) it was the coming of the Messianic era.  In the NT the last/latter days was the time between the 2 comings of Christ.  They understood they were living in the last days… until all was made new.


The mountain of the house of the Lord shall be established


His Supremacy – v.2a


His Universality – v. 2b


His Truthfulness – v. 3


His Peace – v. 4


His Invitation – v. 5


The Guilt – vv. 6-21


Their Sin – v. 6-10


God has rejected/abandoned them because of:


His Judgement – vv. 11-21


Is at a particular time – vv. 11-12a


With God there is not cyclical time.  Time is linear.


God will do away with all the treasures of the heart. – vv. 12b-17


God will do away with all false religions – vv. 18-21


The Promise (invitation)– v. 22 (v.5)


A command/reminder of to the people.  Which is a promise of redemption.



Walk in the Light



Matthew 6:9–10 – Pray then like this: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. [10] Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. (ESV)





Exit mobile version