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Bible Trek 2016 - Isaiah, the Salvation of God

The name Isaiah means “the salvation of God”. We see the salvation of Jehovah throughout this book, through the incarnated, crucified, resurrected, ascended, and coming Christ. This is not merely God's salvation; it is His full and, entire salvation seen in the Father, the Son, and the Spirit. The content of Isaiah is God's dealing in love with His beloved Israel and His righteous judgment upon the nations to bring in the Messiah, the Christ, the Savior who is God (9:6) incarnated to be a man ,with both the divine and human natures ,living on this earth (53:2-3; 42:1-4), crucified (53:7-10a,12), resurrected (53:10b-11), ascended (52:13), and coming (40:10; 64:1) to meet the need of His chosen people and the nations. Isaiah is one of the most quoted books in the New Testament, and Christ, the Messiah, is referred to heavily throughout this book. Isaiah 7:14 says that Messiah will be born of a virgin, will be the “Mighty God” (9:6), will work spiritually in Galilee (9:1-7), will make the deaf to hear, and the blind to see (35:5-6), will be beaten, mocked, and spat upon (50:6), and will be referred to the gospel of God (52:13-53:12). He was also referred to as the “arm of the Lord” (53:1), will be rejected and called a “man of sorrows acquainted with grief “(53), will be silent in front of his accusers (v.7), crucified with criminals (v.12), killed (v.5-9), and buried with the rich (v.9). Messiah will be part of the new and everlasting covenant (55:3-4), and will be our intercessor (59:16). Isaiah 61 predicts that Messiah will bring good news to the nations and restore the nation of Israel. In brief, Christ, the Messiah, is coming to a disciplined Israel, and a judged world, and to be our hope and salvation. So, while God deals in love with His people Israel, and executes a righteous judgement upon the nations, He points to His unique salvation seen in His Son.

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