During the 2012 session of the New Great Commission School, Bible-teacher Steve Gregg delivered a series of lectures on the book of Isaiah. This preliminary lecture is the first part of an overview of the prophecy genre.
This preliminary lecture is the second part of an overview of the prophecy genre.
Steve Gregg gives an introductory lecture to the book of Isaiah at The New Great Commission School.
He covers the amazing similarities the book has to the Bible as a whole that show it and the Bible are divinely inspired. He also covers criticisms by liberal scholars regarding authorship and the time of the writing of the book and soundly refutes them. This is the first part of the lecture.
Introduction (part 2) Authorship of Isaiah
Before diving into the verse-by-verse study of Isaiah, Steve Gregg looks into some major motifs throughout the book. This is the first of 2 lectures on the Imagery of Nations.
This is the 2nd session on Imagery of Nations. This one is concerning spiritual Zion. Zion does not refer literally to Jerusalem.
Before getting into the verse-by-verse study of Isaiah, Steve Gregg looks into some major motifs throughout the book. This is first on two lectures on Symbolic Imagery of Warfare, Judgment and Redemption.
Steve gives 2 lectures each on 6 different motifs in Isaiah:
Imagery of Nations
Symbolic Imagery of Warfare, Judgment and Redemption
From Bondage to Nationhood
Barrenness and Fruitfulness
The Servant of Yahweh
The King and his Kingdom
This lecture is specifically on Redemption.
This is first on two lectures on “From Bondage to Nationhood.” This session is more specifically on the Second Exodus.
Prior to his verse by verse study of Isaiah, Steve Gregg looks into some major motifs throughout the book. This is 2nd of two lectures on “From Bondage to Nationhood”. This one is more specifically on the New Covenant, and Return from Exile.
Prior to his verse by verse study of Isaiah, Steve Gregg looks into some major motifs throughout the book. This is 1st of two lectures on “Barrenness & Fruitfulness.”
This is 2nd of two lectures on “Barrenness & Fruitfulness.” This one specifically concerns the Blossoming Desert and Birth of a Nation.
This lecture is on “The Servant of Yahweh” with incredible prophecies of the Messiah Jesus during the time of when the New Covenant would be established.
This lecture focuses on 4-5 servant songs that refer short term to Israel, long term to Christ, and to those who are in Christ.
Steve Gregg of The Narrow Path teaches on the motif in the book of Isaiah of “The King and His Kingdom.” He covers the repeated statements and prophecies of the kingdom that Jesus Christ would establish in the first century. Jesus is reigning as we king and we Christians (his disciples), are his subjects.
This is the first of two lectures on this motif.
This is the second of two lectures on this motif.
Steve Gregg teaches through the first two chapters of Isaiah at The New Great Commission School in 2012.
Chapter 1 is Yahweh’s rebuke of Judah’s rebellion against God and for their wickedness. He tells them their religious rituals were worthless as their actions showed they did not love God.
Chapter 2 concerns God’s judgment on Judah and we find that “latter days” and “the Day of the Lord” often refer to a then future even that has now passed. They are not prophecies that are still to come. the New Covenant Church Age is also predicted in this chapter.
Steve Gregg teaches verse by verse through Isaiah chapters 3-6, mainly concerning God’s judgment on Judah & Jerusalem. He covers the famous metaphor of the vineyard, representing God’s people in chapter 5.
This lecture covers chapters 7 & 8.
6 For unto us a Child is born,
Unto us a Son is given;
And the government will be upon His shoulder.
And His name will be called
Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
7 Of the increase of His government and peace
There will be no end,
Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom,
To order it and establish it with judgment and justice
From that time forward, even forever.
The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.
Steve Gregg of The Narrow Path teaches verse by verse through chapters 11-14 of Isaiah. This section includes prophecy of the Messiah stemming from Jesse &; New Testament times when many Gentiles would become Israel (the church), judgment on Babylon and it’s king and what most Christians believe is the fall of Satan/Lucifer from heaven.
Steve Gregg teaches quickly through Isaiah chapters 15-23 at The New Great Commission School.
This lecture covers chapters 24-27.
Steve Gregg teaches through Isaiah chapters 29 & 29 at The New Great Commission School in Monroe, WA. These chapters speak of God’s judgment on Ephraim and Jerusalem, but also speak of future restoration.
This lecture covers chapters 30-33.
Steve Gregg teaches through Isaiah 34-35. Chapter 35 concerns the “Highway of Holiness” – New Covenant times where God would lead people out of the wilderness/desert (the lost) to Jesus Christ.
Steve Gregg teaches Isaiah chapters 36-39 on the reign of King Hezekiah and his faith and surrender to God amidst threats from King Sennacherib and the powerful Assyrians.
This lecture covers chapters 40 and 41.
Steve Gregg teaches through 7 chapters of Isaiah in this lecture. This section of the scroll includes The Servant of the LORD/Yahweh or the promised Messiah, whom Steve taught on in the topical motifs prior to his verse by verse teaching. It also includes Cyrus, the Persian king who let the Jews return to Jerusalem from the Babylonian Captivity, a shadow of Christ setting the captives free in the New Testament.
This lecture covers chapters 49:21 – 52:12. This section of scripture concerns the Messiah’s redemption of Israel (the Christian church).
Steve Gregg teaches rest of Isaiah 52 through chapter 57. This portion of the Word of God contains many prophecies about the New Covenant, the Messiah, the church age and the Gentiles obtaining salvation as part of Israel (the Church).
Steve Gregg of The Narrow Path teaches verse by verse through chapters 58, 59, and 60 of Isaiah. So much of the end of the book of Isaiah is about Jesus redeeming the people of God under the New Covenant and prophesying the fact that gentile believers would join Jewish believers to make on Israel.
Steve Gregg of The Narrow Path teaches through the final six chapters of Isaiah at The New Great Commission School. These chapters speak spiritually of the glory of the then coming church age which Jesus inaugurated 2000 years ago. It speaks of the drastic changes that the Holy Spirit would make in the lives of Christians, bringing them from ruin to glory and fruitfulness in Christ. It speaks of the eternal covenant Jesus made with the Body of Christ that would include Jews and Gentiles.
On November 7th, 2021 Steve Greg spoke on the Messianic Era, starting with Isaiah chapter 11. He looks at this theme throughout the Old Testament prophets and compares them with how the inspired New Testament writers interpreted them.