The book of Isaiah is a love story between a Faithful Husband and an adulterous wife. It is the story of God's unending love for His wife, the sons of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Israel). God remained faithful to Israel, but she went after other lovers, including the gods of other nations. God longed for her return, but she would not repent of her sin. Finally, He sent her into Babylonian captivity to break her of idolatry. Eventually, a small, faithful Remnant returned to the Lord and to their land. In Isaiah, this faithful "Remnant," are given blessings and promises of hope, comfort and deliverance. Amazingly, God extends this salvation to those of the Gentiles who also will remain faithful to Him. A Remnant Shall Return is an inductive Bible study on Isaiah, encompassing time for the nation of Israel both in Isaiah's day and into their future. Peggy Grinstead has a love for Scripture, a passion to teach, and a fascination with Jewish history. She has taught on Genesis, Joshua, Judges, Daniel, Romans, Hebrews, and Revelation, Covenant, the Tabernacle, the Apostle Paul, the Gospel of John, the Fruit of the Spirit, and King David. Peggy began her in-depth study of Isaiah in 1997. Finding no published inductive work on Isaiah at the time, Peggy decided to write one. In fall 2004, Peggy delivered the first lesson and finished in December 2006. Ten years and a few thousand study hours later, A Remnant Shall Return - Deliverance and Comfort for the Faithful is the result. Peggy is an active member of New Life Evangelical Free Church, Aurora, Colorado. She is married to Jeff and is mother of two children, Kate and John. Her hobbies include scrap-booking, scuba diving, and music. Peggy andJeff reside in Castle Rock, Colorado.