MTCSF January 2018 Crossword Puzzle

Based on Isaiah 26-28 NIV


  1. Start solving the crossword by selecting the first tile of the word you want to fill in.
  2. Continue typing letters till you reach the end of the word.
  3. The cursor will initially be set to answer the "across" clues. As you type, the letters will fill to the right. In the "down" mode, the letters will fill in the downward direction.
  4. Use the "down/right" arrow key on the keyboard or the buttons below to switch from across to down. Mobile and tablet users will find these buttons useful.
  5. When the last tile in a particular direction is reached, the mode may automatically change to the other mode.
  6. The "save" button allows you to save your session while the "load" button restores your answers and you can continue working on the puzzle at a later time.

Click to change directions

Init Direction


1.God brings the lofty city to the ground and the feet of the __ trample it down.
4.The creator shows no compassion to the people, who have no __.
5."For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is __."1Cor. 3:11; "The one who trusts in Him will never be put to shame."1Pet.2:6b
6.In that day, the Lord will gather the Israelites from the flowing Euphrates to the wadi of __. These were the boundaries of the Promised land.
9.The gliding serpent.
10.Those whose mind is steadfast in trusting the Lord, He will keep them in perfect __.
11.The leaders of Israel, instead of being filled with the spirit, were filled with alcohol and they stumbled when rendering __.
12.The distress and agonies of the people of Israel were so deep that they could barely whisper a __.
13.When God comes out of His dwelling place, He would ask His people to stay behind the shut door for a little while until His wrath has passed away as in the ___ night the Israelites stayed behind the blood smeared doorposts.
15.In that day, those who trusted in God will sing that they have a strong city, God makes __ its walls and ramparts.
18.God disciplines His people differently as the farmer harvests various seeds differently. Caraway is beaten with a rod, cumin with a stick and grain with the wheels of his threshing cart over it, but he does not __ it. His purpose is not to destroy them.
19.Isaiah 24-27 are known as Isaiah's apocalypse because the prophecies contained in it is about the final __ of the whole earth with the promise of a bright future life.
21.The Lord wanted to restore His people to a fruitful life so He destroyed their stone altars and __ poles and anything that they worshiped in place of God.
22.Since His people didn't listen to prophets in their land, God would speak to them with foreign lips and strange __ in their captivity.
23.This is the hope of the resurrection that the __ will live again.
24.God contended with His people by __ and exile because of their hardened heart.
2.God intervenes in His peoples lives to judge,correct and rescue as He saved David from the __ at Mount Perazim.2Sam.5:22
3.When the judgment come upon the earth, the people of the world learn __.
4.A name for God found in Isaiah 26.
7.Isaiah 26:7-11 and Psalm 1, compare the lives and the destiny of the righteous and __.
8.The people of Isael boatsted that, "We have entered into a covenant with death. When an overwhelming scourge sweeps by it cannot touch us for we have made a lie our refuge and __ our hiding place."
12.God has laid a tested, __ corner stone in Zion for a sure foundation for His people.
14.People mocked __'s attempt to teach God's ways by mimicking sounds similar to a teacher instructing little children, " do and do, do and do, rule on rule, rule on rule, a little here, a little there."
15.Isaiah 27:1 is a prophecy for the world that He will punish it with His __.
16.The path of the righteous is __.
17.The Lord Almighty will be a glorious crown, a beautiful wreath for the __ of His people.
19.God will make __ the measuring line and righteousness the plumb line. He will wipe away all their false refuges.
20.In that day, a great __ would sound and those who were perishing in Assyria and those who were exiled in Egypt would come and worship the Lord on the holy mountain in Jerusalem.

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