Great question at the end of this one. I can promise you all that without Christ, I wouldn’t be here today. I should have died, five years ago, but for His mercy. And just before those days, He forgave me. He forgave me. Hallelujah! What a Saviour.
In Isaiah 53, the prophet describes for us a servant who would be despised, rejected and die; with the result of saving many. The poem here actually begins with verse 13 of the preceding chapter…
See, my servant will act wisely;
he will be raised and lifted up and highly exalted.
Just as there were many who were appalled at him—
his appearance was so disfigured beyond that of any human being
and his form marred beyond human likeness—
Notice in 52:13-14 an account of one who was disfigured beyond the likeness of a man. Of course this disfigurement was the result of the brutality of men. He was to undergo terrible treatment, but in the end he would receive great honor for what he had done. As the poem moves forward into chapter 53, we see that he would be despised in…
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