September 24, 2022 | Isaiah 53: Theology of the Prophecy (REBROADCAST)

This program is a rebroadcast from September 17, 2016.

Isaiah 53: Theology of the Prophecy

Today as we continue studying Isaiah 53, Chris highlights the Messiah’s role of a suffering servant. Isaiah’s prophecy doesn’t just explain that someone would live a life of humiliation, die, and ultimately be exalted. It goes one step further to describe exactly why the Suffering Servant lived a life of humiliation and why He had to die. And we’ll see how 700 years later, Jesus took on that role of the suffering servant to bring salvation to all who believe in Him.

If you missed Part 1 of this series, you can catch up here.

Isaiah’s Messiah

From the scholarly pen of Dr. Victor Buksbazen comes an outstanding work on a premier section of the prophetic Hebrew Scriptures, Isaiah 52—53. This superb and attractive little volume masterfully answers the all-important Jewish question, Of whom did the prophet speak? Of Israel, as many rabbis teach, or of Messiah? In an eloquent yet in-depth verse-by-verse exposition, Dr. Buksbazen shows how Isaiah 53—the only section of the Bible never read in the synagogue—speaks unequivocally of Jesus.

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Isaiah 53: Where the Rubber Meets the Road with Steve Herzig

Chris interviews Steve Herzig, director of North American Ministries for The Friends of Israel. As a Jewish believer in Jesus, Steve explains how Isaiah 53 impacted his life and how this powerful chapter is still a practical tool for sharing the gospel.

Apples of Gold: How Do You Pray?

During times of great uncertainty in Israel, the rabbis of Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) decided to compose a new prayer – a poem to comfort the people of Israel. One of the rabbis was the leader of a large synagogue in Zvi’s neighborhood. For a long time, he would not even look at Zvi because of his faith in Jesus, but one day a kind gesture opens the door for Zvi to share with the rabbi about prayer and the Messiah.

Music

The Friends of Israel Today theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.


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