Isaiah 53

We continue with the Sufferings of Jesus in the book of Isaiah where the Prophet gives us a clear picture of this report. Although the terminologies used may seem harsh, yet, what better way to capture the pain in all areas that Jesus suffered for us when He gave His life a ransom for the whole world.

Jesus suffered, bled and died for us. Let us take some time to consider why He gave His life and the pain which He bore for a world of sinners

It was the love of a great, loving and mighty God who considered His fallen creation to restore our relationship with Him and to rescue us from eternal death.

Jesus bore it all. We owe Him our love and adoration with thanksgiving and sacrifice to show our appreciation for His sufferings when He died on Calvary.

Let us not forget that there is no other way to serve the Lord but through the Cross (Luke 9:23).

The main point about all these situations occurring now in the earth, all over the world, means it is time for repentance! It is time for the church to get back to serving God in Spirit and in truth

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