“Lesson 37: ‘Thou Hast Done Wonderful Things’” Old Testament Class Member Study Guide (2001), 24–25
“Lesson 37,” Old Testament Class Member Study Guide, 24–25
Study the following scriptures:
Isaiah 22:22. The Savior opens the door to Heavenly Father’s presence.
Isaiah 24:21–22. The Savior shows mercy for those in spirit prison.
Isaiah 25:6–9. The Savior will prepare a feast and destroy the “vail.”
Isaiah 25:8. The Savior wipes away our tears.
Isaiah 26:19. The Savior will bring the Resurrection.
Isaiah 28:16. The Savior is our sure foundation.
Isaiah 29:4, 9–14, 18, 24. The Savior will restore the gospel to the earth.
Isaiah 30:19–21. The Savior knows our trials and directs our paths.
How does the Savior “wipe away [our] tears”? (Isaiah 25:8).
Isaiah prophesied that when the Messiah would come, he would die and be resurrected (Isaiah 25:8). Who else will be resurrected? (See Isaiah 26:19; 1 Corinthians 15:20–22; Alma 11:43–44.) What does Isaiah 26:19 suggest about how we will feel when we are resurrected? (See also D&C 138:12–16, 50.)
Compare the following verses in Isaiah 29 with the corresponding passages to see how some of Isaiah’s prophecies have been fulfilled:
Isaiah told of people drawing near to the Lord with their mouths while their hearts are far from Him (Isaiah 29:13). How can we make sure that we are close to the Lord in our thoughts and actions as well as in our words?