Isaiah's Suffering Servant fulfilled in Jesus of Nazareth

Verse 1: Who has given credence to what we have heard? Quoted in John 12:38;
Romans 10:16
Verse 3: Despised, the lowest of men   Psalm 22:6-7 [Jesus will reference this Psalm from the cross: "Father forgive them for they know not what they do" Ps.22:1]
Verse 3: A man of sorrows Passion in all the Gospels
Verse 4: Yet ours were the sufferings he was bearing Matthew 8:17
Verse 4: We thought of him as someone being punished and struck with affliction by God Hebrews 2:10
Verse 5: whereas he was being wounded for our rebellions 2 Corinthians 5:21
Verse 5: crushed because of our guilt Romans 4:25
Verse 5: Punishment reconciling us fell on him Galatians 3:13
Verse 5: and we have been healed by his bruises 1 Peter 2:24
Verse 6: We had all gone astray like sheep each taking his own way Ezekiel 34;
1 Peter 2:25
Verse 6: Yahweh brought the acts of rebellion of all of us to bear on him 2 Corinthians 5:21
Verse 7: Ill-treated and afflicted, Matthew 26:63
Verse 7: He never opened his mouth 1 Peter 2:23
Verse 7: Like a lamb led to the slaughter house Jeremiah 11:19;
Matthew 27:14
Verse 7: Like a sheep dumb before its shearers John 1:29
Verse 7: He never opened his mouth Acts 8:32-33
Verse 8: Forcibly after sentence he was taken...having been struck down for his people's rebellion Matthew 27:20-26;
Mark 15:8-15;
Luke 23:20-25;
John 19:12-15
Verse 9: He was given a grave with the wicked Matthew 27:38;
Luke 22:37
Verse 9: And his tomb was with the rich Matthew 27:60;
Mark 15:42-46;
Luke 23:50-5;
John 19:38-42
Verse 9: Although he had done no violence 1 Peter 2:22
Verse 10: It was Yahweh's good pleasure to crush him with pain; if he gives his life as a sin offering Passion in all Gospels and;
Romans 6:7;
Hebrews 9:26;
1 John 1:7
Verse 10: He will see his offspring and prolong his life, through him Yahweh's good pleasure will be done Matthew 28:5-8;
Mark 16:1-8;
Luke 24:1-10;
John 20:1
Verse 11: After the ordeal he has endured he will see the light and be content.  By his knowledge, the upright one, my servant will justify many by taking their guilt on himself. Romans 3:26;
1 Peter 3:18
Verse 12: Hence I shall give him a portion with the many, and he will share the booty with the mighty, for having exposed himself to death and for being counted as one of the rebellious, whereas he was bearing the sin of many and interceding for the rebellious. Jesus took upon Himself the task of universal redemption which Isaiah assigned to the Suffering Servant.
See Matthew 26:28;
Mark 14:22-25;
Luke 22:19-20;
John 6:51-56

Just as at Sinai when the blood of the sacrifice sealed the covenant of Yahweh with His people [Exodus 24:4-8]
likewise, on the altar of the Cross the blood of Jesus, the perfect victim, sealed the "New Covenant" promised in Jeremiah 31:31-34.

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From the Agape Bible Study on St. Paul's Letter to the Romans chapter 10