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Sid: You know what I was thinking about this morning Oral Roberts and remember he was the one that coined “God is a good God.”  Of course he plagiarized it came from the Bible. But I feel like I have to say that to you; “God is a good God!”  The more I walk with Him, which is 40 years now, the more I realize what a good God He is.

Now what I’m going to teach on this week is probably one of the most important messages short of your salvation you will ever hear.  Because if you don’t understand what I’m going to teach you will not understand the end times and you will not understand what God is up to right now.  So I’m going to start with a question, “Why has the Jew been persecuted in every generation?”  Some might say “Well because from the seed of a Jew came Jesus.”  And that’s a good answer, but the truth is He already came, He already was born, lived, died, rose from the dead; so why is the Jew still persecuted? You must understand that, there is a reason; sometimes I think the devil understands the prophetic word of God better than most Christians, but it cannot be that way. Now let’s go back to the beginning of the hatred between the devil and the Jew.  Starts in Genesis the 3rd chapter the 15th verse.  And “I will put enmity,” (this is God speaking and enmity means hatred) “I will put hatred between you and the woman and between your seed and her seed; he shall bruise your head.” (And of course he speaking to the devil and you recognize that if someone’s head is smashed they can’t operate their body). So “He shall bruise your head and you shall bruise his heal.”  In other words the seed of the woman is going to crush the head of the devil.  So if you were the devil (laughing) you would say “I got to get rid of this woman and certainly her seed the Jewish people otherwise my head’s going to get crushed.”

We’re also told about this miraculous child that would crush the head of the serpent in Isaiah chapter 7 verse 14. “Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign” and if you look up the word in the Hebrew the word sign means a “miraculous sign,” something that transcends a normal event.  “Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a supernatural sign; behold the virgin shall conceive and bare a son.”  Now if you look up the word virgin in the Hebrew it’s “Alma” which means “a young woman.”  And in modern Hebrew could mean also a virgin.”  Because it means a young woman many think it’s not a virgin, but they don’t understand the Torah.  You see it’s the word Alma means a young woman of marriageable age.  And back then if a young woman of marriageable age was not a virgin she was stoned to death, so of course it had to be a virgin it wouldn’t have been a supernatural sign if it was just a young woman.  So let’s look at this prophecy again. “Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a miraculous sign behold the virgin shall conceive and bare a son and shall call his name Emmanuel.”  In the Hebrew means “God is with us.” I mean how could be you anymore specific God is with us. This amazing God is with us is described in Isaiah 52 verse 13 to 53 verse 12.  And I’m going to read to you from the One New Man Bible, and remember this prophecy was written 800 plus years before Jesus even came to earth. And in fact no one has tampered with this.  Now how can I say “No one has tampered with the word of God?”  Easy we found the Dead Sea Scrolls and I personally have seen the prophet Isaiah from the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Museum of the Book in Israel and no one has tampered with the word of God.

So some 800 plus years before Jesus was conceived in a woman that was a virgin.  This son was called Emmanuel, God is with us.  This is what Isaiah prophesied about this amazing seed. “Behold My servant will succeed.”  I love that don’t you?  I love the One New Man Bible. My servant will succeed He will be exalted and extolled and will be very high.”  So we know this is going to be a very exalted servant of God that is coming that cannot fail. “He will succeed; as many as were astonished at you His face was disfigured more than any mans, and His form more than the sons of men.

And when the Messiah was beaten the crown of thorns, crucified.  He was disfigured more than any man but I believe Isaiah seeing in the Spirit because his disfiguration was not just his physical body, but he was disfigured because He took every disease, every pain, every sin of every human in history upon Himself.  He could not have been more disfigured.

“Who would have believed our report?”  First of all who’s speaking? Isaiah the prophet, so he’s saying “Whose going to believe the prophet’s report and to whom has the arm of the Lord revealed?” (Now the arm of the Lord…you just skip down to Isaiah 59:16 and it tells us who the arm of the Lord is.)  God is speaking and God says “He saw that there was no man therefore His own arm brought salvation.”  So to whom is the arm of the Lord going to be revealed?  God’s own arm brought salvation.  And I looked up the Hebrew word and it’s a form of Yeshua, Jesus, God’s own arm brought Jesus salvation.

Verse 2 “For he grew up before him as a tender plant and as a root out of dry ground.”  This sounds like the virgin birth again.  Have you ever seen a tender plant and a root grow on completely dry ground; it would take a miracle. “He had no form or spender and when we (That’s talking about the Jewish people see Him) there’s no beauty that we should even desire Him.  He was despised and rejected by men, a man of pains and having known about sickness, disease and as one for whom men hide their face. In fact, when the ancient Rabbis read this they said “Oh, it sounds like He has leprous upon Him and they used to call this one the leprous Messiah because they saw all sorts of disease and sickness on him.  It goes on to say “He was despised and we (that’s the Jewish people) esteemed him not.”

Verse 4 “Surely He has born our sicknesses and our pains.  That word born in the Hebrew is Nasaw and that’s the word used for the scapegoat.  When the high priest would put his hands on the scapegoat and confess the sins of all of the Jewish people and they would “Nasaw” they would bare him away to a place where he’d never be seen again.  So surely he shall nasaw our sicknesses and our pains and never be seen again He carried them, “And we esteemed him (see we thought he was stricken, smitten of God and afflicted but he was wounded because of our transgressions, bruised because of our iniquities, the chastisement or punishment of our peace” (the word peace is completeness) so we could not have the completeness it’s the word shalom. “The punishment for our completeness it was upon Him (He took the punishment so we could be complete) and we have been healed by his wounds. man” I love that, we’ve been healed by his wounds, “all we like sheep have gone astray, we’ve turned each one to his own way and the Lord has caused the iniquity,” (that’s the heart wounds as well as the physical wounds) “of us all to fall upon Him. He was oppressed and He was afflicted yet He did not open His mouth; like a lamb which is brought to the slaughter and like a sheep is mute before her shearers.”  When He was before Pontius Pilate He didn’t even defend Himself.  “For He was cutoff out of the land of the living, He was stricken because of the transgressions of my people.”  The transgressions of the Jewish people.
One made His grave among and wicked there was a thief on either side of Him when He was crucified in his tomb among the rich..  He was buried in Joseph of Arimathea’s tomb; a wealthy man although he had done no violence, nor was there any deceit in his mouth.  By his knowledge my servant will justify the righteous before many and he will bare their antiquities. In other words by knowledge of him we will be made righteous and we will be justified.  I’ll pick up right here on tomorrow’s broadcast you must hear this week’s teaching.

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