Jesus Who has believed our message?

Who has believed our message?
And to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?

Isaiah 53 is about Jesus Christ and it does not matter what other people want to say. verse 1- 12 came from the Holy Spirit.
I make my comments here and below there are two sources you can read
Being 2016 it is interesting to read Isaiah 53 because there is no way he understood what he was penning because it was prophetic.
Jesus himself (700 years later) said to Nicodemus we have told you what we have seen and heard but people will not believe. That is what Jesus saw and heard and that includes what Jesus heard and saw in heaven and he also talk about what is going to happen in the future.


Jesus spoke about the Kingdom of God.
Jesus spoke about houses to live when we die in Kingdom of God.
Jesus spoke about the rich man in Hades.
Jesus spoke about no gain if you have the whole world to rule but then you lose your soul.
Jesus spoke about to believe who he is you will never see death.
Jesus spoke about he was the way and the truth. There is no other way.
Jesus spoke about and said if you do not believe about things on the earth such as what he was doing, how will you believe heavenly things.


Making his point he said to Nicodemus in the same way Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert so must to son of man be lifted up and all people will come to him.


So today 2016 we see it happening Jesus was killed, he was raised from the dead and he went home to his father and he is now reigning in the Kingdom of God.


Jesus said, “If you come to him he will never turn you away.” Wonderful news for you and me.

So today we see people not believing. In fact most people ignore what is written in our Bibles.

I hope to see. You may, but you may not.
It is sad but it is true.
In conclusion what you read in the Bible is true and what it tells you can change your life.
You often hear you cannot prove God exists. That thinking is wrong, clearly wrong. God exists because of what you see. So you see God or not. You see Jesus or not. You believe the Bible or not. Do not be lazy. Do the research and look for the major questions such as what life is about.
Only you can make that decision. Seek out God or not.

<Cheers
Hendrik.
An Evangelist chosen by God not man.
Have a look www.youmustrepent.com my main religious site.
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Information below is original and sources are cited and I make know comments about below.
Source
www.chaim.org/isaiah53.htm
This amazing passage from the Hebrew Prophets was written over 700 years before the birth of Jesus.
It is found in Jewish Bibles today, though it is left out of the weekly synagogue readings, as are many other texts of the Bible.
When people read Isaiah 53 without knowing which part of the Bible it comes from, they often wrongly assume is from the New Testament.
Did Isaiah foresee the sufferings of Jesus to pay for our sins?
Though many modern rabbis –and some ancient rabbis– say the sufferings described are those of the nation of Israel, most ancient rabbis said it refers to Messiah’s sufferings.
We have provided a link to some of the great rabbinic sources which interpreted the passage as referring to the Messiah, even though they did not believe in Jesus.
We have also provided a link demonstrating why Isaiah 53 cannot refer to Israel and who it must necessarily refer to.
To see quotations from ancient rabbinic sources that interpret Isaiah 53 as referring to Messiah click here.

To see why Isaiah 53 cannot refer to Israel, and who it must be, click here.

To learn about the curious idea of the Leper-Messiah click here.

To learn about the “Two-Messiah” theory of some rabbinic thinkers click here.

To see a list of resources for further study click here.

To learn about how you can develop a relationship with the Suffering Servant.
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Source
www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Isaiah+53&version=NASB
Isaiah 53New American Standard Bible (NASB)
The Suffering Servant
53 Who has believed our message?
And to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?
2 For He grew up before Him like a tender [a]shoot,
And like a root out of parched ground;
He has no stately form or majesty
That we should look upon Him,
Nor appearance that we should [b]be attracted to Him.
3 He was despised and forsaken of men,
A man of [c]sorrows and acquainted with [d]grief;
And like one from whom men hide their face
He was despised, and we did not esteem Him.
4 Surely our [e]griefs He Himself bore,
And our [f]sorrows He carried;
Yet we ourselves esteemed Him stricken,
[g]Smitten of God, and afflicted.
5 But He was [h]pierced through for our transgressions,
He was crushed for our iniquities;
The chastening for our [i]well-being fell upon Him,
And by His scourging we are healed.
6 All of us like sheep have gone astray,
Each of us has turned to his own way;
But the Lord has caused the iniquity of us all
To [j]fall on Him.
7 He was oppressed and He was afflicted,
Yet He did not open His mouth;
Like a lamb that is led to slaughter,
And like a sheep that is silent before its shearers,
So He did not open His mouth.
8 By oppression and judgment He was taken away;
And as for His generation, who considered
That He was cut off out of the land of the [k]living
For the transgression of my people, to whom the stroke was due?
9 His grave was assigned with wicked men,
Yet He was with a rich man in His death,
Because He had done no violence,
Nor was there any deceit in His mouth.
10 But the Lord was pleased
To crush Him, [l]putting Him to grief;
If [m]He would render Himself as a guilt offering,
He will see His [n]offspring,
He will prolong His days,
And the [o]good pleasure of the Lord will prosper in His hand.
11 As a result of the [p]anguish of His soul,
He will see [q]it and be satisfied;
By His knowledge the Righteous One,
My Servant, will justify the many,
As He will bear their iniquities.
12 Therefore, I will allot Him a portion with the great,
And He will divide the booty with the strong;
Because He poured out [r]Himself to death,
And was numbered with the transgressors;
Yet He Himself bore the sin of many,
And interceded for the transgressors.
Footnotes:
Isaiah 53:2 Lit suckling
Isaiah 53:2 Lit desire
Isaiah 53:3 Or pains
Isaiah 53:3 Or sickness
Isaiah 53:4 Or sickness
Isaiah 53:4 Or pains
Isaiah 53:4 Or Struck down by
Isaiah 53:5 Or wounded
Isaiah 53:5 Or peace
Isaiah 53:6 Lit encounter Him
Isaiah 53:8 Or life
Isaiah 53:10 Lit He made Him sick
Isaiah 53:10 Lit His soul
Isaiah 53:10 Lit seed
Isaiah 53:10 Or will of
Isaiah 53:11 Or toilsome labor
Isaiah 53:11 Another reading is light
Isaiah 53:12 Lit His soul
New American Standard Bible (NASB)
Copyright © 1960, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1995 by The Lockman Foundation
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To see quotations from ancient rabbinic sources that interpret Isaiah 53 as referring to Messiah click here.

To see why Isaiah 53 cannot refer to Israel, and who it must be, click here.

To learn about the curious idea of the Leper-Messiah click here.

To learn about the “Two-Messiah” theory of some rabbinic thinkers click here.

To see a list of resources for further study click here.

To learn about how you can develop a relationship with the Suffering Servant.

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