The Servant Songs of Isaiah give us the fullest revelation of Christ in the Old Testament. The exile raised the question: Can fail such that God will abandon us and we forfeit His God? In the Servant Songs, God demonstrates that not only will He remain committed to His people, He will willingly choose to endure suffering in order to forgive and redeem His people.
Resources: Study Questions, Maps, Outlines & Background
- Servant Songs Study Guide
- Servant Songs NASB Study Text
- Servant Songs ESV Text
- Servant Songs Small Group Discussion Questions
- Servant Songs Overview
- Servant Songs Poetic Outline
The Servant Songs are the prophecies of Christ, the servant who will come and suffer for his people. The book of Isaiah contains the fullest revelation of Christ in the Old Testament. These prophecies were written about 700 years before the birth of Christ. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on January 31, 2018.
Isaiah announces the end of Israel’s exile, the birth of a new kingdom and the arrival of its King. The Lord will send a voice to prepare the way for the coming King, encouraging all to repent. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on February 07, 2018.
This new kingdom is so powerful nothing will threaten it and it will stand forever because it is build by the word of the Lord. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on February 14, 2018.
The foundation of this new kingdom will be a suffering servant who will be everything Israel was intended to be and who will bring justice to the nations. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on February 21, 2018.
The Servant will not only restore the people of Israel, He will also bring salvation to all the nations. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on February 28, 2018.
The Servant will be equipped with divine speech as he goes through the school of suffering. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on March 14, 2018.
Isaiah describes the work of the Servant and how his work will be received by the Lord, by the nations and by Israel. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on March 21, 2018.
Isaiah describes the work of the Servant and how his work will be received by the Lord, by the nations and by Israel. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on March 28, 2018.
When the Servant finished his work of atonement, a new age will be born which promises a prosperity which far surpasses the prosperity of this age. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on April 04, 2018.
Isaiah speaks of a New City to demonstrate that what the Servant accomplished through his death and resurrection not only fulfilled the Old Covenant, but it far surpasses Israel’s grandest dreams. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on April 11, 2018.
In the Servant Songs, we saw that a Servant would come who would bear our iniquities and inaugurate a new age through his death and resurrection. Now Isaiah invites all to a banquet feast to celebrate and share in the reign of the Messianic King. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on April 18, 2018.
We saw that the way into the feast was to listen and believe. Now we’re going to see that part of that listening and believing is repentance. Teacher: Krisan Marotta on April 25, 2018.
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