In the four “servant songs” Isaiah is painting a picture of who Jesus is, what characterized his life, and what he came to do as God’s servant. In the first song, the servant is the Spirit-filled ruler who brings justice to the nations. In the second song, he is the prophet who restores Israel and brings salvation to the nations. In the third song, the servant speaks of his mission, his faithfulness, and his confidence in God through suffering. And in the fourth song he is our suffering and triumphant substitute. In this sermon, pastor Mitch 3 looks at the third servant song and reminds us that Jesus Christ is the faithful servant of the Lord. And as Christians who are the Lord’s servants, who follow the Lamb wherever he goes, we are called to follow his example.
September 25, 2023
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