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The deliverance for all people comes by the substitutionary suffering of the Servant. He suffered in the place of sinful people, so that they do not need to experience the mandated eternal consequences for their sins. A restoration of relationship with G
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/14/2008
Christ’s crucifixation brought about more than anguish to His soul. It openned the doorway to Heaven, where He returned victorious over sin, death & hell. He is raised on high & ready to share His victory & its glorious blessings with all who will follow
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 53:10-53:12
Shared: 7/28/2008
The Servant is not a helpless victim of circumstance, but One who in His submissiveness & innocence fulfills the greater purposes of God. Thus in the end He will prosper & be victorious, for His vicarious suffering is God’s plan to accomplish His purpose
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/21/2008
Isaiah 53 predicts teh suffering our Savior would endure for us!
Scripture: Isaiah 53:4-53:6
Shared: 3/6/2008
The message of Isaiah 53 is so powerful it changes the lives of those who hear it. What is its message and what gives it the power to change our lives?
Scripture: Isaiah 53:1-53:12
Shared: 3/24/2008
When reading Isaiah 53 one could almost believe that Isaiah the prophet lived during the days of Jesus and was at the cross when he died. However these words were written approximatly 700 years before Jesus. This sermons deals with Isaiah's description
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 53:1-53:12
Shared: 1/2/2012
1st sermon in 4 part series looking at the 4 major points in John 3:16, inspired by Max Lucado’s book.
Series: 3:16
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 53:1-53:11
Shared: 3/6/2008
Our Savior died by the hand of God, according to the will of God, for the GLORY of God. Though our Lord Jesus Christ “knew no sin,” the Lord God was pleased to bruise him in the place of sinners for sin.
Scripture: Isaiah 52:12-53:12
Shared: 3/5/2006
Jesus uttered three statements and then darkness fell. Then there was silence “until about the ninth hour”, 3 P.M. Darkness fell over the earth like a thick, hot blanket. And there was silence. Then just before He died, the Lord Jesus uttered again, sev
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/18/2003
Jesus Christ
Series: Jesus Christ
Denomination: Pentecostal
Tags: Cross
Shared: 11/13/2000