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The Suffering Servant

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(Isaiah 52-53)

Isaiah 52:13-53:12, the final of four Servant songs (42:1-4; 49:1-6; 50:4-9) describes the saving work of the servant in five stanzas: His humiliation and rejection (52:13-15); His rejection (53:1-3) His suffering (53:4-6); His death (53:7-9); and His atonement (53:10-12). This chart notes specific descriptions of the Servant and the New Testament witness to their fulfilment in Jesus Christ…
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The Prophecy The Fulfilment
He will be exalted (52:13) Phil. 2:9
He will be disfigured by suffering(52:14; 53:2) Mark. 15:17, 19
He will make a blood atonement (52:15) 1 Pet. 1:2
He will be widely rejected (53:1,3) John. 12:37,28
He will bear our sins and sorrows (53:4,5) Rom. 4:25; 1 Pet. 2:24,25
He will be our substitute (53:6,8) 2 Cor. 5:21
He will voluntarily accept our guilt and punishment (53:7,8) John. 10:11:9:30
He will be buried in a rich man’s tomb(53:9) John. 19:38-42
He will save us who believe in Him (53:10,11) John. 3:16 ; Acts. 16:31
He will die on behalf of transgressors (53:12) Mark. 15:27,28; Luke. 22: 37

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