Isaiah Chapter 53 - 1599 Geneva video Bible

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1 Sara Di Diego = "This chapter is titled the Psalm of the Suffering Servant, who scholars believe to be referring to Jesus.  It seems to be directly addressing the messiah.  The meaning of messiah in Hebrew is "the anointed one".  Leaders (kings, leaders chosen by God, and sometimes priests) would get anointed to show they were selected by God.  Thus some scholars believe that the reference that Jesus is in the line of David means that he was anointed to be a leader, or king, just like King David.Work Cited: Segal, Alan F. Rebecca's Children: Judaism and Christianity in the Roman World. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1986. Print."
2 Sara Di Diego = "This reference to God's "arm" is mentioned many times in the Bible, in which God is saving the Jewish people from physical persecution.  Such as when he took the Jews out of Egypt “with a strong hand and an outstretched arm” in Deuteronomy 26:8.Work Cited:http://www.aish.com/sp/ph/Isaiah_53_The_Suffering_Servant.html"
3 Sara Di Diego = "The people of Israel are often called a branch trying to grow in dry ground.  They were a small group of people who were constantly being conquered in exile.  A young tree trying to grow in dry soil usually appears as a dying plant.  This motif is seen throughout the Old Testament/Jewish Bible, such as in Isaiah 60:21, Ezekiel 19:13, Hosea 14:6-7, Amos 9:15.Work Cited:http://www.aish.com/sp/ph/Isaiah_53_The_Suffering_Servant.html"