‹We turned away from him in horror and contempt. upon him—as a burden; parallel to "hath borne" and "carried.". 1. How true this was of the Lord Jesus it is not necessary here to pause to show. It is well rendered by the Septuagint by Παιδεία Paideia; by Jerome, Disciplina. We have rendered mūsâr "punishment;" and there was no other word in the language for this idea; for though נקם and פּקדּה (to which Hofmann refers) have indeed the idea of punishment associated with them, the former signifies ἐκδίκησις, the latter ἐπίσκεψις, whereas mūsâr not only denotes παιδεία, as the chastisement of love (Proverbs 3:11), but also as the infliction of punishment ( equals τιμωρία κόλασις, Proverbs 7:22; Jeremiah 30:14), just as David, when he prayed that God might not punish him in His anger and hot displeasure (Psalm 6:2), could not find a more suitable expression for punishment, regarded as the execution of judgment, than יסּר (הוכיח). (h) He was chastised for our reconciliation, 1Co 15:3. For our transgressions - The prophet here places himself among the people for whom the Messiah suffered these things, and says that he was not suffering for his own sins, but on account of theirs. Heavenly Father, thank You that the Lord Jesus Christ was wounded for my transgressions and bore my sins in His body on the tree. With his stripes we are healed.—The words stretch wide and deep. Here it cannot properly mean punishment - for there is no punishment where there is no guilt, and the Redeemer had done no sin; but it means that he took upon himself the sufferings which would secure the peace of those for whom he died - those which, if they could have been endured by themselves, would have effected their peace with God. This is the idea involved in Stier's rendering, "restoring chastisement," and Hofmann's, "the chastisement wholesome for us." 'Who forgiveth all thine, iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases Psalm 103:3. The coming day will burn them up,” says the Lord who rules over all. What Christians must do is pray boldly and trust God’s goodness and mercy in granting gifts of healing now, even before the ultimate healing of resurrection. The meaning is, that he was under such a weight of sorrows on account of our sins, that he was, as it were, crushed to the earth. It is strikingly parallel to the passage in Romans 4:25 : 'Who was delivered for (διά dia) our offences.' “It 3 will not leave even a root or branch. The word does not of necessity denote punishment, though it is often used in that sense. "Whereas He was pierced for our sins, bruised for … 33. All is particular and minute, as if he saw what was done, and the description is as minutely accurate as if he was describing what was actually occurring before his eyes. 8. c. 15 p. 586. and in I. Ver. fol. Isaiah 53:5(KJV) Verse Thoughts For all of us who have trusted Christ as Saviour these poignant words can pierce our own hearts, as we begin to understand that the sinless Son of God was willingly afflicted; bruised; pierced and crushed with wounds that we merit - dying a death that we deserve.. as the burden of our sin was laid upon the sinless Son of Man - our kinsman- Redeemer. If the expression had been עליו מוּסרנוּ, it would merely mean that God had caused Him, who had taken upon Himself our sins and iniquities and thus made Himself representatively or vicariously guilty, to endure the chastisement which those sins deserved. He was beaten that we might have peace; he was lashed—and we were healed! Isaiah 53:5 specifically says that Christ was wounded for our transgressions, for our rebellions. Jesus was pierced in his hands, feet and side in his crucifixion. As the latter signifies "reproof leading to life," so the former signifies "the chastisement which leads to our peace." Not punishment strictly; for this can have place only where there is guilt, which He had not; but He took on Himself the chastisement whereby the peace (reconciliation with our Father; Ro 5:1; Eph 2:14, 15, 17) of the children of God was to be effected (Heb 2:14). It is prophecy about the purpose of Messiah’s coming into the world. The word peace means evidently their peace with God; reconciliation with their Creator. “Wounded for our transgressions … bruised for our iniquities”: This verse if filled with the language of substitution. Isaiah 53:5 "But he [was] wounded for our transgressions, [he was] bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace [was] upon him; and with his stripes we are healed." The phrase “by His stripes we are healed” refers to the punishment Jesus Christ suffered—floggings and beatings with fists that were followed by His agonizing death on a cross—to take upon Himself all of the sins of all people who believe Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior. But the suffering of the Redeemer in behalf of mankind is adapted to save the world, and will in fact arrest, reclaim, and redeem all who shall ever enter into heaven. 85. Christ will one day return as Israel's Messiah.. once they cry out as a nation: 'blessed is He Who comes in the name of the Lord,' but first He had to to be wounded for their transgressions - and He also had to be wounded for our sins as well. Christ is a wonderful physician; he heals by taking the sicknesses of his people upon himself, by bearing their sins, and being wounded and bruised for them, and by his enduring blows, and suffering death itself for them. (Sin is not only a crime for which we were condemned to die, and which Christ purchased for us the pardon of, but it is a disease which tends directly to the death of our souls, and which Christ provided for the cure of. Is not a wayward and dissipated son quite as likely to be recovered to a course of virtue by seeing the sufferings which his career of vice causes to a father, a mother, or a sister, as though he himself When subjected to severe punishment? It is true that the suffix belongs to the one idea, that that has grown up through this combination of the words, like berı̄th shelōmı̄, "my peace-covenant" (Isaiah 54:10); but what else could our "peace-chastisement" be, than the chastisement that brings us peace, or puts us into a state of salvation? ." 'I said, O Lord, be merciful unto me; heal my soul, for I have sinned againt thee' Psalm 41:4. In fact Isaiah 53 has been called "the The obvious and natural idea conveyed by the word here is, that the individual referred to would be subjected to some treatment that would cause such a weal or stripe; that is, that he would be beaten, or scourged. Applied to mind, it means to break down or crush by calamities and trials; and by the use of the word here, no doubt, the most severe inward and outward sufferings are designated. Isaiah 53:3-5 New International Version (NIV) 3 He was despised and rejected by mankind, a man of suffering, and familiar with pain. Study Isaiah 5 using Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. Christ is appointed to one day to sit on David's throne and reign as Israel's King of kings.. but first He had to come as Israel's suffering Servant.. as prophesied of old. The Gifts of Christmas - Christmas Eve Kit Sermon Central Share a … Thank You that my guilt has been exchanged for peace with God and the peace of God now rests in my heart. 'For he is our peace' (Ephesians 2:14-15, Ephesians 2:17; compare Acts 10:36; Romans 5:1; Romans 10:15). We shall be more certainly reclaimed by the voluntary sufferings of the innocent in our behalf, than we should be by being personally punished. for … for—(Ro 4:25; 2Co 5:21; Heb 9:28; 1Pe 2:24; 3:18)—the cause for which He suffered not His own, but our sins. The Septuagint renders it, Μεμαλάκιστα Memalakista - 'He was rendered languid,' or feeble. Study Isaiah 53 using Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. The word 'chastisement' (מוּסר mûsâr), properly denotes the correction, chastisement, or punishment inflicted by parents on their children, designed to amend their faults Proverbs 22:15; Proverbs 23:13. I. 4 1 “For indeed the day 2 is coming, burning like a furnace, and all the arrogant evildoers will be chaff. The healing here referred to, is spiritual healing, or healing from sin. The idea here is, that the Messiah would be scourged; and that it would be by that scourging that health would be imparted to our souls. Sin is a disease belonging to all men, a natural, hereditary, nauseous, and incurable one, but by the blood of Christ; forgiving sin is a healing of this disease; and this is to be had, and in no other way, than through the stripes and wounds, the blood and sacrifice, of the Son of God. 53:5 But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed. The general sense, as it stands in the Hebrew, is not indeed difficult. Those prophecies declared where and how He … ISAIAH 53:4-5 4 Surely He has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows; yet we esteemed Him stricken, smitten by God, and afflicted. In the prediction nothing is vague and general. The proper idea is the weal or wound made by bruising; the mark designated by us when we speak of its being 'black and blue.' ((p) Zohar in Exod. He was bruised for their iniquitiy - and He was bruised for you and me as well: and the chastisement of all our peace was laid upon Him - that day on Calvary's cross. The phrase 'upon him,' means that the burden by which the peace of people was effected was laid upon him, and that he bore it. 2 But for you who respect my name, the sun of vindication 4 will rise with healing wings, 5 and you will skip about 6 like calves released from the stall. The figure is derived from the fact that awakened and convicted sinners are often represented as crushed, broken, bruised by the weight of their transgressions, and the removal of the load of sin is repesented as an act of healing. 23173 Isaiah 53.5-10 (YouTube) Sermon Library - Vernon McGee Nov 18, 2017 - The Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament - Thru the Bible by Dr. J. Vernon McGee - video upload powered by (06:28) How literally this was applicable to the Lord Jesus, it is unnecessary to attempt to prove (see Matthew 27:26). This is a statement of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The chastisement of our peace - That is, the chastisement by which our peace is effected or secured was laid upon him; or, he took it upon himself,' and bore it, in order that we might have peace. The difference in the exposition simply lies in the view entertained of the mūsâr, in which neither of these commentators will allow that there is any idea of a visitation of justice here. Failing to let the context determine the meaning of a word Teachers of faith healing read the word “healed” in Isaiah 53:5 and they apparently take it to refer to physical healing because that’s the way we normally use By his stripes, that is, the sufferings he underwent, he purchased for us the Spirit and grace of God, to mortify our corruptions, which are the distempers of our souls; and to put our souls in a good state of health, that they may be fit to serve God, and prepare to enjoy him. Isaiah 53:3 - He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not. Complete Concise Chapter Contents The person. Response: You are absolutely right on Isaiah 53:5. This is certainly how Peter uses the passage in … This term occurs in parallelism with ע צו מ ים (’atsumim), which By His death and resurrection the Lord Jesus paid the enormous price for our sins and broke the power of sin and death in our life forever - returning us into fellowship with the Father.. for we are accepted by God, because of Him. 2. the “reproof of life” in Proverbs 15:31.) Perhaps the most touching application is St. Peter’s use of them as a thought of comfort for the slaves who were scourged as He, their Lord, had been (1Peter 2:24). “I am the way and the truth and the life. but it is שׁלומנוּ מוּסר. In verse four, the Hebrew word translated griefs (or infirmities) means physical sickness and disease. Compare Deuteronomy 7:7; Judges 5:11; Esther 5:9; Psalm 68:30; Sol 3:8. # 53.10 Or by disease; meaning of Heb uncertain When you make his life an offering for sin, # 53.10 Meaning of Heb uncertain he shall see his offspring, and shall prolong his days; 1. Believers in Messiah revel in this great section of Isaiah. This verse says our Savior has sacrificed Himself for our sins and through his wounds we are made whole once again. It may be remarked here, that this could not be mere conjecture How could Isaiah, seven hundred years before it occurred, conjecture that the Messiah would be scourged and bruised? It is applied also to the discipline and authority of kings Job 22:18; and to the discipline or correction of God Job 5:17; Hosea 5:2. But according to our interpretation, the genitive שׁלומנו, which defines the mūsâr so far as its object and results are concerned, clearly shows that this manifestation of the justice of God, this satisfaction procured by His holiness, had His love for its foundation and end. And with his stripes - Margin, 'Bruise.' (Comp. Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on Isaiah 53:5. It was our peace, or, what is more in accordance with the full idea of the word, our general well-being, our blessedness, which these sufferings arrived at and secured (the synonyms of shâlōm are tōbh and yeshū‛âh, Isaiah 52:7). 2. fol 90. The ancient Jews understood this of the Messiah; in one place they say (o), "chastisements are divided into three parts, one to David and the fathers, one to our generation, and one to the King Messiah; as it is written, "he was wounded for our transgressions; and bruised for our iniquities":'', "at that time they shall declare to the Messiah the troubles of Israel in captivity, and the wicked which are among them, that do not mind to know the Lord; he shall lift up his voice, and weep over the wicked among them; as it is said, "he was wounded for our transgressions", &c.''. Each word here is exceedingly important, in order to a proper estimate of the nature of the work performed by the Redeemer. 10 Yet it was the will of the Lord to crush him with pain. His suffering was a mūsâr, which is an indirect affirmation that it was God who had inflicted it upon Him, for who else could the yōsēr (meyassēr) be? Have mercy upon me, O Lord, for I am weak; O Lord, heal me, for my bones are vexed' Psalm 6:2. Isaiah 53:5 Treasury of Scripture Knowing. stripes—minutely prophetical of His being scourged (Mt 27:26; 1Pe 2:24). 2. and Zohar in Deut. And it is on this principle that the plan of salvation is founded. Is it not a fact that it has such an effect? For all of us who have trusted Christ as Saviour these poignant words can pierce our own hearts, as we begin to understand that the sinless Son of God was willingly afflicted; bruised; pierced and crushed with wounds that we merit - dying a death that we deserve.. as the burden of our sin was laid upon the sinless Son of Man - our kinsman- Redeemer. To get what Isaiah 53:5 means in detail, scroll down or follow these links for the original scriptural meaning , biblical context and relative popularity. Greek Μώλωπι Mōlōpi; Vulgate, Livore. Here the sense is, that the reason why he thus suffered was, that we were transgressors. Hebrews 5:8 fulfills Isaiah 53:10, "Yet it was the LORD's will to crush him and cause him to suffer Thank You that Christ Jesus is my kinsman-Redeemer and the sinless Substitute for my sins - - which by His death and resurrection have been flung as far as the east is from the west - Thank You in Jesus name, AMEN. The ultimate cause is not mentioned; but עליו שׁלומנוּ מוּסר which follows points to it. In what follows, "and by His stripes (chăbhūrâh equals chabbūrâh, Isaiah 1:6) we have been healed," shâlōm is defined as a condition of salvation brought about by healing. The word itself, which follows the form of mūsâd (Isaiah 28:16), signifies primarily being chastised (from yâsar equals vâsar, constringere, coercere), and included from the very outset the idea of practical chastisement, which then passed over into that of admonition in words, of warning by example, and of chastity as a moral quality. And by the doctrine of Christ's cross, and the powerful arguments it furnisheth us with against sin, the dominion of sin is broken in us, and we are fortified against that which feeds the disease - Henry.). In Hebrews 2:10; Hebrews 5:8-9, we have the thought which is the complement of this, that the chastisement was also an essential condition of the perfection of the sufferer. The same idea occurs in the Syriac translation. It was our rebellion against God that The Messiah in Isaiah Bible Study Isaiah 53:4-6 - The Substitute by I Gordon God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. Punishment would make no atonement, and would bring back no sinner to God. The work of religion in the soul is often represented as peace; and the Redeemer is spoken of as the great agent by whom that is secured. The meaning is, that those who had despised and rejected the Messiah, had greatly erred in condemning him on account of his sufferings and humiliation. He had to come as a Man who was despised and rejected of men: a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. In Isaiah 53:5, והו א, as contrasted with ואנחנו , continues the true state of the case as contrasted with their false judgment. he was bruised for our iniquities; as bread corn is bruised by threshing it, or by its being ground in the mill, as the manna was; or as spice is bruised in a mortar, he being broken and crushed to pieces under the weight of sin, and the punishment of it. fol. Is not a man as likely to be recovered from a course of sin and folly, who sees another suffer in his place what he ought himself to suffer, as though he was punished himself? the chastisement of our peace was upon him; that is, the punishment of our sins was inflicted on him, whereby our peace and reconciliation with God was made by him; for chastisement here does not design the chastisement of a father, and in love, such as the Lord chastises his people with; but an act of vindictive justice, and in wrath, taking vengeance on our sins, of our surety, whereby divine wrath is appeased, justice is satisfied, and peace is made: and with his stripes we are healed; or "by his stripe" (q), or "bruise": properly the black and blue mark of it, so called from the gathering and settling of the blood where the blow is given. (q) "per livorem ejus", Munster; "livore ejus", V. L. Montanus, Vatablus; "tumice ejus", Junius & Tremellius; "vibico ejus", Cocceius; "vibicibus ejus" Vitringa. What Christians must not do is foolishly “claim” to be healed, despite “mere symptoms” that say otherwise, and believe they are standing on the promise of Isaiah 53:5. Cath. And the sense of the whole is, that he endured the sorrows, whatever they were, which were needful to secure our peace with God. Isaiah 53 is exalted by many and ignored by many others. The one for sorrows means physical and … It is not a flesh wound; it does not draw blood; but the blood and other humors are collected under the skin. . In Isaiah 53:4-5 we see all the brokenness of mankind represented. The Targum is, "when we obey his words, our sins will be forgiven us;''. The chastisement of our peace—i.e., the punishment which leads to peace, that word including, as elsewhere, every form of blessing. Compare 2 Corinthians 5:21; Hebrews 9:28; 1 Peter 2:24. 117. It seems unlikely that Isaiah 53 speaks of a righteous remnant if this is how even Isaiah felt about his own standing before God. bruised—crushing inward and outward suffering (see on [853]Isa 53:10). Pardon of sin, and restoration to the favor of God, are not unfrequently represented as an act of healing. The word used here in Hebrew (חבורה chabbûrâh) means properly stripe, weal, bruise, that is, the mark or print of blows on the skin. but forgiveness is not through our obedience, but the blood of Christ. It occurs in the following places, and is translated by stripe, and stripes (Exodus 21:25, bis); bruises Isaiah 1:6; hurt Genesis 4:23; blueness Proverbs 20:30; wounds Psalm 38:5; and spots, as of a leopard Jeremiah 13:23. All along the prophet keeps up the idea that it was not on account of any sin of which he was guilty that he thus suffered, but it was for the sins of others - an idea which is everywhere exhibited in the New Testament. Isaiah 53:5 Living Bible Update 5 But he was wounded and bruised for our sins. 3. and R. Moses Hadarsan apud Galatia de Arcan. ), here, 'the ground or motive on account of, or because of which anything is done.' Browse Sermons on Isaiah 53:5. Luke 23:32-33 and 23:50-53 fulfill Isaiah 53:9, "He was assigned a grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death. We were sick unto death because of our sins; but He, the sinless one, took upon Himself a suffering unto death, which was, as it were, the concentration and essence of the woes that we had deserved; and this voluntary endurance, this submission to the justice of the Holy One, in accordance with the counsels of divine love, became the source of our healing. When such a son sees that he is bringing down the gray hairs of his father with sorrow to the grave; when he sees that he is breaking the heart of the mother that bore him; when he sees a sister bathed in tears, or in danger of being reduced to poverty or shame by his course, it will be far more likely to reclaim him than would be personal suffering, or the prospect of poverty, want, and an early death. Sometimes it means admonition or instruction, such as parents give to children, or God to human beings. See also Midrash Ruth, fol. It is immediately connected in signification with the previous verse. He had not rebelled against God; in fact, He always obeyed the Father’s will (John 5:19; 6:38). When it is applied to religious … When it is applied to religious … Iniquities Read More » Moreover, he says in Isaiah 64:6, Moreover, he says in Isaiah 64:6, We have all become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous deeds are like a polluted garment. (Isaiah 53:6 The preposition 'for' (מן min) here answers to the Greek διά dia, on account of, and denotes the cause for which he suffered and means, even according to Gesenius (Lex. (1-3) sufferings. 6. c. 2. p. 436. Thank You that I have been forever released from the bondage of sin and death and that by His stripes I have been healed: clothed in His righteousness and made a child of God. Complete Concise Chapter Contents The … Isaiah 53 is HIStory – His Story - the story of the Messiah’s sufferings pre-written. It is properly that which corrects, whether it be by admonition, counsel, punishment, or suffering. But he was pierced because of our rebellions, But he was wounded for our transgressions, The chastisement of our peace was upon him, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. chastisement—literally, the correction inflicted by a parent on children for their good (Heb 12:5-8, 10, 11). But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed. Explanation and Commentary of Isaiah 53:5 One of the most profound and prescient prophets of the coming Messiah, Isaiah, foretold seven-hundred years prior the life of Christ what would happen and what kind of suffering servant he would be subject to when he did come. It would be in our place, and in our stead; and it would be designed to have the same effect in recovering us, as though it had been inflicted on ourselves. 5 But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed. “Whereas He was pierced for our sins, bruised for our iniquities: the punishment was laid upon Him for our peace; and through His stripes we were healed.” His coming had been preceded by hundreds of years of prophecies. The stripes and weals that were inflicted upon Him have made us sound and well (the lxx keeps the collective singular, and renders it very aptly τῷ μώλωπι αὐτοῦ; cf., 1 Peter 2:24). (Isaiah 53:5, ESV). Bible in Basic English 53:5 But it was for our sins he was wounded, and for our evil doings he was crushed: he took the punishment by which we have peace, and by his wounds we are made well. We are healed - literally, it is healed to us; or healing has happened to us. Jews who reject Jesus refuse to even read Isaiah 53 in their synagogues. It is parallel with the expressions which speak of his bearing it, carrying it, etc. Isaiah 53:6(ISV) Verse Thoughts There is nothing more innocent and helpless than a little lamb and Christ being led to the slaughter for the sin of the world, is portrayed as a gentle, harmless, guiltless, little lamb. He was bruised - The word used here (דכא dâkâ') means properly to be broken to pieces, to be bruised, to be crushed Job 6:9; Psalm 72:4. The entire context is one of Christ's atoning sacrifice for our guilt and sin. "All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned—every one—to his own way; and the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all." "Venustissimum ὀξύμωρον," exclaims Vitringa here. In Isaiah 53:5, והו א , as contrasted with ואנחנו , continues the true state of the case as contrasted with their false judgment. And will it not do it? It is this particularity of prediction, compared with the literal fulfillment, which furnishes the fullest demonstration that the prophet was inspired. In the case before us, in which the reference is to a sufferer, and to a mūsâr resting upon him, this can only mean actual chastisement. On the meaning of the Hebrew word, see the notes at Isaiah 1:6. Isaiah speaks about the Messiah—His humiliation and sufferings are described—He makes His soul an offering for sin and makes intercession for the transgressors—Compare Mosiah 14. The Lord Jesus suffered cruel treatment and gave-up His life willingly, so that all who believe on Him might not perish but be given peace with God.. and have His inner peace guarding our hearts: for by His stripes we are healed - not a healing of the body but an everlasting healing of the spirit.. and the forgiveness of sins. (o) Mechilta apud Yalkut, par. The connection of the words is the same as that of חיּים תּוכחת in Proverbs 15:31. You’re right, it’s a summary of the Gospel story. Isaiah 53:5 Iniquities – The root of this frequently used Old Testament word (awon) means to bend, twist or distort. He means the same as Jerome when he says, suo vulnere vulnera nostra curavit. Guilt and sin of substitution HIStory – his story - the story of the work performed by the Redeemer healed. Including, as elsewhere, every form of blessing way and the truth and the truth the. Apud Galatia de Arcan Slides on Isaiah 53:5 fact, he always obeyed the Father ’ s will John. 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