MBS011 The Suffering Messiah of Isaiah 53

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MBS011 The Suffering Messiah of Isaiah 53
by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

This Messianic Bible study will focus on the Suffering Messiah of Isaiah 53. This chapter will be dealt with rather extensively because the proper interpretation is the major bone of contention between Jews who believe in Yeshua (Jesus) and Jews who do not believe in Him.

This passage will be divided into five main sections: the paradox, the source of the paradox, the text, clues to the interpretation of the text, and the conclusion.

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MBS011 The Suffering Messiah of Isaiah 53

by Dr Arnold Fruchtenbaum

I. THE PARADOX

II. THE SOURCE OF THE PARADOX

III. THE TEXT OF ISAIAH 52:13 TO 53:12

A. Behold, My Servant Shall Deal Wisely – Isaiah 52:13-15

B. Who Has Believed Our Message? Isaiah 53:1-3

C. Surely He Has Born Our Griefs and Carried Our Sorrows – Isaiah 53:4-6

D. He Was Oppressed, Yet When He Was Afflicted He Opened Not His Mouth –

Isaiah 53:7-9

E. Yet It Pleased Jehovah To Bruise Him; He Has Put Him To Grief –

Isaiah 53:10-12

IV. CLUES TO INTERPRETATION

A. The Consistent Usage of Pronouns

B. Isaiah’s View of the Servant’s Death

C. A Single Human Personality Portrayed

D. An Innocent Sufferer

E. A Voluntary, Willing, and Silent Sufferer

F. The Servant’s Vicarious and Substitutionary Death

G. The Servant’s Justification and Spiritual Healing

H. The Death of the Servant

I. The Resurrection of the Servant

CONCLUSION

All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way; and Jehovah has laid on him the iniquity of us all.

Isaiah 53:6