The Suffering Servant

Morning Service
Mar 23, 2014

Among the Old Testament Messianic prophecies, one of the most familiar is the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 52-53. This study lays out the truths of the passage clearly, explaining how the Servant deals with mankind's guilt by bearing its consequences Himself. When we consider the tremendous price Jesus paid to redeem us, the only appropriate response is to worship Him. 

Isaiah 52:13-15 Isaiah 53:1-12


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