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The Servant of God

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This document contains the bible verses in the book of Isaiah which identify the Messiah Yeshua. Written by Mark Barbee.

This document contains the bible verses in the book of Isaiah which identify the Messiah Yeshua. Written by Mark Barbee.

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  • 1. The Servant of God<br />By Mark Barbee<br />Characteristics from Isaiah 42-53<br />These chapters contain the four servant songs that describe the Messiah at times as the prophet for the people of Israel; but by far the greatest number of references is to God himself coming as a servant and what would take place:<br />42: 1-7 He is not a conqueror, but one who would encourage the weak<br />He will delight the Lord and be filled with the Holy Spirit<br />He will bring justice and hope<br />He will become a covenant for the people (Jews ) and light for Gentiles.<br />He will open blind eyes and free captives from prison and darkness.<br />49: 1-7He was called before he was born and His name was mentioned<br />Mouth like a sharpened sword<br />Like an arrow concealed in a quiver (Old Testament)<br />Will bring Jacob back to the Lord<br />A light to the Gentiles<br />Honored by kings and princes<br />50: 4-10He has an instructed tongue and a listening ear, the Servant is not identified as the speaker until verse 10.<br /> He will teach what God gives Him.<br />He will not draw back from those who beat Him, pluck out His beard, mock and spit on Him.<br />He will set His face like flint and trust in the Lord’s vindication.<br />52:13-53:12- In these verses the servant is wise and successful, despite being disfigured and marred; these passages are a study of contrasts and seeming contradictions. <br />He is the arm of Yahweh.<br />It will seem unbelievable- He will have no (earthly) beauty or majesty to attract anyone to Him.<br />He would be despised, rejected, a man of sorrows and familiar with suffering; He carried our infirmities and our sorrows, even though we considered Him stricken by God.<br />Pierced for our transgression and crushed for our iniquities<br />Punishment that brought us peace was upon Him<br />By His wounds, we are healed<br />Oppressed and afflicted<br />Silent like a lamb before the shearers<br />Cut off from the land of the living<br />Assigned a grave with the wicked<br />Buried with the rich in His death<br />The Lord’s ( Yahweh’s) will to crush Him and make Him a guilt offering.<br />He will see His offspring and prolong His days.<br />After suffering He will see the light of life and be satisfied.<br />

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