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Further Study: Read Ellen G. White, “The Call of Isaiah,” pp. 303–
310; “Hezekiah,” pp. 331–339; “Deliverance From Assyria,” pp. 349–
366; “Manasseh and Josiah,” pp. 381–391; “Jeremiah,” pp. 407–421, in Prophets and Kings.
“In Isaiah’s day the spiritual understanding of mankind was dark through misapprehension of God. . . .
“In losing sight of the true character of Jehovah, the Israelites were without excuse. Often had God revealed Himself to them as one ‘full of compassion, and gracious, long-suffering, and plenteous in mercy and truth.’ Psalm 86:15.”—Ellen G. White, Prophets and Kings,
pp. 311, 312.
“In the vision that came to Isaiah in the temple court, he was given a clear view of the character of the God of Israel. ‘The high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy,’ had appeared before him in great majesty; yet the prophet was made to understand the compassionate nature of his Lord. . . .”—Page 314.
Discussion Questions:
1. In class, go over your answer to Wednesday’s final question. What are some “good” things that we can make into idols? How do we know when something has become an idol?
2. Dwell more on the issues touched on in Thursday’s lesson. Look at the things that the people were doing, all the time coming to “the temple of the Lord” and worshiping there (see Jer. 7:4), things that were so contrary to the revealed word of God. How can we learn to protect ourselves from falling into the same trap? Why does simple obedience to God’s revealed Word play such an important role in protecting us from all sorts of deception?
3.Think about the worship services in your local church. Do you come away with a sense of the awe and majesty of God in contrast to your own sinfulness and need of grace? If not, what could be changed in order to help the church as a whole have, to some degree, the experience that Isaiah had? (See Monday’s lesson.) Why is that so important?
4. How many things do you do in your life that are “profitable for nothing”? How much time do you spend basically “wasting time,” doing things that, in and of themselves, are useless, vain, and basically “profitable for nothing”? How can you learn to make better use of the limited time we all have here in this life?

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