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					        Have you seen this man?

n Acts 8:32-34 (NKJV)
n   32 The place in the Scripture which he read was
    this: “He was led as a sheep to the slaughter; And
    as a lamb before its shearer is silent, So He
    opened not His mouth. 33 In His humiliation His
    justice was taken away, And who will declare His
    generation? For His life is taken from the earth.”
    34 So the eunuch answered Philip and said, “I ask
    you, of whom does the prophet say this, of himself
    or of some other man?”
        Have you seen this man?

n   Isaiah 42:1-7 (NKJV)
n   1 “Behold! My Servant whom I uphold,
n       My Elect One in whom My soul delights!
n       I have put My Spirit upon Him;
n       He will bring forth justice to the Gentiles.
n   2 He will not cry out, nor raise His voice,
n       Nor cause His voice to be heard in the street.
        Have you seen this man?

n   3   A bruised reed He will not break,
n       And smoking flax He will not quench;
n       He will bring forth justice for truth.
n   4   He will not fail nor be discouraged,
n       Till He has established justice in the earth;
n       And the coastlands shall wait for His law.”
        Have you seen this man?

n   5 Thus says God the Lord, Who created the
    heavens and stretched them out, Who spread forth
    the earth and that which comes from it, Who gives
    breath to the people on it, And spirit to those who
    walk on it: 6 “I, the Lord, have called You in
    righteousness, And will hold Your hand; I will
    keep You and give You as a covenant to the
    people, As a light to the Gentiles,
       Have you seen this man?

n   When God tells us to “behold” we need to
    stop and look carefully.
       Have you seen this man?

n   When God tells us to “behold” we need to
    stop and look carefully.
n   Who could have ever imagined that 1000
    years later that Pilate would display a
    bloody prisoner that would be this very
    servant! (Jn 19:5, 13-14)
       Have you seen this man?

n   John 19:5 (NKJV) 5 Then Jesus came out,
    wearing the crown of thorns and the purple
    robe. And Pilate said to them, “Behold the
    Man!”
       Have you seen this man?

n   John 19:13-14 (NKJV) - When Pilate
    therefore heard that saying, he brought
    Jesus out and sat down in the judgment seat
    in a place that is called The Pavement, but
    in Hebrew, Gabbatha. 14 Now it was the
    Preparation Day of the Passover, and about
    the sixth hour. And he said to the Jews,
    “Behold your King!”
       Have you seen this man?

n   What do you think of when you hear one
    described as a servant?
       Have you seen this man?

n   What do you think of when you hear one
    described as a servant?
    – In the Roman mind you think of weakness and
      shame.
       Have you seen this man?

n   What do you think of when you hear one
    described as a servant?
    – In the Roman mind you think of weakness and
      shame.
    – In the Jewish mind a servant was not a desired
      position. Sitting on the right and left hand of
      the king was considered far better.
      (Mt 20:20-21, 24-28)
       Have you seen this man?

n   Matthew 20:20-21 (NKJV) - Then the
    mother of Zebedee’s sons came to Him with
    her sons, kneeling down and asking
    something from Him. 21 And He said to
    her, “What do you wish?” She said to Him,
    “Grant that these two sons of mine may sit,
    one on Your right hand and the other on the
    left, in Your kingdom.”
        Have you seen this man?

n   Matthew 20:24-28 (NKJV) 24 And when
    the ten heard it, they were greatly
    displeased with the two brothers. 25 But
    Jesus called them to Himself and said, “You
    know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it
    over them, and those who are great exercise
    authority over them.
        Have you seen this man?

n   26 Yet it shall not be so among you; but
    whoever desires to become great among
    you, let him be your servant. 27 And
    whoever desires to be first among you, let
    him be your slave—28 just as the Son of
    Man did not come to be served, but to serve,
    and to give His life a ransom for many.”
       Have you seen this man?

n   What do you think of when you hear one
    described as a servant?
    – In the Roman mind you think of weakness and
      shame.
    – In the Jewish mind a servant was not a desired
      position. Sitting on the right and left hand of
      the king was considered far better.
      (Mt 20:20-21, 24-28)
    – Are we any different in out thinking?
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   If God uphold you then you have infinite
    power on your side.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   If God uphold you then you have infinite
    power on your side.
    – You never want to oppose the hand of the Lord.
      (Isa 19:16-17; 25:10-12)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Isaiah 19:16 -17 (NKJV) 16 In that day
    Egypt will be like women, and will be
    afraid and fear because of the waving of the
    hand of the Lord of hosts, which He waves
    over it. 17And the land of Judah will be a
    terror to Egypt; everyone who makes
    mention of it will be afraid in himself,
    because of the counsel of the Lord of hosts
    which He has determined against it.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Isaiah 25:10-12 (NKJV) - For on this
    mountain the hand of the Lord will rest,
    And Moab shall be trampled down under
    Him, As straw is trampled down for the
    refuse heap. 11 And He will spread out His
    hands in their midst As a swimmer reaches
    out to swim, And He will bring down their
    pride Together with the trickery of their
    hands.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   12 The fortress of the high fort of your
    walls He will bring down, lay low, And
    bring to the ground, down to the dust.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   If God uphold you then you have infinite
    power on your side.
    – You never want to oppose the hand of the Lord.
      (Isa 19:16-17; 25:10-12)
    – The truly wise man sees how frail and weak he
      really is.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God’s power is only for a certain path.
    (Psa 17:5)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Psalm 17:5 (NKJV) - Uphold my steps in
    Your paths, That my footsteps may not slip.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God’s power is only for a certain path.
    (Psa 17:5)
    – Those that pursue integrity God will uphold.
      (Psa 41:12-13)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Psalm 41:12-13 (NKJV) - As for me, You
    uphold me in my integrity, And set me
    before Your face forever. 13 Blessed be the
    Lord God of Israel From everlasting to
    everlasting! Amen and Amen.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God’s power is only for a certain path.
    (Psa 17:5)
    – Those that pursue integrity God will uphold.
      (Psa 41:12-13)
    – How is it possible for rebellious man to walk in
      the path determined by God?
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Jesus became totally dependant upon the
    Father. (Ps 22:10-11)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Psalm 22:10-11 (NKJV) - I was cast upon
    You from birth. From My mother’s womb
    You have been My God. 11 Be not far from
    Me, For trouble is near; For there is none to
    help.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Jesus became totally dependant upon the
    Father. (Ps 22:10-11)
    – Here is the level of His commitment. (Jn 5:19)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   John 5:19 (NKJV) - Then Jesus answered
    and said to them, “Most assuredly, I say to
    you, the Son can do nothing of Himself, but
    what He sees the Father do; for whatever
    He does, the Son also does in like manner.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Jesus became totally dependant upon the
    Father. (Ps 22:10-11)
    – Here is the level of His commitment. (Jn 5:19)
    – That dependency was severely tested.
      (1 Pt 2:23)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   1 Peter 2:23 (NKJV) - who, when He was
    reviled, did not revile in return; when He
    suffered, He did not threaten, but committed
    Himself to Him who judges righteously;
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Jesus became totally dependant upon the
    Father. (Ps 22:10-11)
    – Here is the level of His commitment. (Jn 5:19)
    – That dependency was severely tested.
      (1 Pt 2:23)
    – Have you ever struck back at another because
      of their evil?
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Jesus became totally dependant upon the
    Father. (Ps 22:10-11)
    – Here is the level of His commitment. (Jn 5:19)
    – That dependency was severely tested.
      (1 Pt 2:23)
    – Have you ever struck back at another because
      of their evil?
    – Do you trust God this much? Only His servant
      would do this.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   If you want to have God uphold you then
    you must commit yourself to His Path.
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   If you want to have God uphold you then
    you must commit yourself to His Path.
n   The greatest test of this for Jesus is found in
    the garden. (Mt 26:39)
God upholds this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Matthew 26:39 (NKJV) - He went a little
    farther and fell on His face, and prayed,
    saying, “O My Father, if it is possible, let
    this cup pass from Me; nevertheless, not as I
    will, but as You will.”
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This delight was no accident. He sought the
    pleasure of His Master. (Jn 8:29)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   John 8:29 (NKJV) - And He who sent Me
    is with Me. The Father has not left Me
    alone, for I always do those things that
    please Him.”
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This delight was no accident. He sought the
    pleasure of His Master. (Jn 8:29)
n   A revealing statement is made about Jesus
    and His work. (Isa 53:10)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Isaiah 53:10 (NKJV) - Yet it pleased the
    Lord to bruise Him; He has put Him to
    grief. When You make His soul an offering
    for sin, He shall see His seed, He shall
    prolong His days, And the pleasure of the
    Lord shall prosper in His hand.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This delight was no accident. He sought the
    pleasure of His Master. (Jn 8:29)
n   A revealing statement is made about Jesus
    and His work. (Isa 53:10)
    – The phrase "pleasure of the Lord" is the same
      thing as saying "the will of God.“
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This delight was no accident. He sought the
    pleasure of His Master. (Jn 8:29)
n   A revealing statement is made about Jesus
    and His work. (Isa 53:10)
    – The phrase "pleasure of the Lord" is the same
      thing as saying "the will of God.“
    – As a servant of God this should be the prime
      motivation of my life! (Gal 1:10)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Galatians 1:10 (NKJV) - For do I now
    persuade men, or God? Or do I seek to
    please men? For if I still pleased men, I
    would not be a bondservant of Christ.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This term is used to express the power of
    earthly kings.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This term is used to express the power of
    earthly kings.
    – A letter was sent to the Persian king Darius.
      (Ezra 5:17)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Ezra 5:17 (NKJV) - Now therefore, if it
    seems good to the king, let a search be made
    in the king’s treasure house, which is there
    in Babylon, whether it is so that a decree
    was issued by King Cyrus to build this
    house of God at Jerusalem, and let the king
    send us his pleasure concerning this matter.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This term is used to express the power of
    earthly kings.
    – A letter was sent to the Persian king Darius.
      (Ezra 5:17)
    – The authority of Joseph was expressed this
      way. (Psa 105:21-22)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Psalm 105:21-22 (NKJV) - He made him
    lord of his house, And ruler of all his
    possessions, 22 To bind his princes at his
    pleasure, And teach his elders wisdom.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   This term is used to express the power of
    earthly kings.
    – A letter was sent to the Persian king Darius.
      (Ezra 5:17)
    – The authority of Joseph was expressed this
      way. (Psa 105:21-22)
    – In a dictatorship you are under the absolute
      mercy of the king's "pleasure."
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God wants each of us to know that we are
    absolutely dependent upon "His pleasure.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God wants each of us to know that we are
    absolutely dependent upon "His pleasure.“
    – We must know this about our God!
      (Isa 46:9-11)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Isaiah 46:9-11 (NKJV) - Remember the
    former things of old, For I am God, and
    there is no other; I am God, and there is
    none like Me, 10 Declaring the end from the
    beginning, And from ancient times things
    that are not yet done, Saying, ‘My counsel
    shall stand, And I will do all My pleasure,’
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   11 Calling a bird of prey from the east, The
    man who executes My counsel, from a far
    country. Indeed I have spoken it; I will also
    bring it to pass. I have purposed it; I will
    also do it.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God wants each of us to know that we are
    absolutely dependent upon "His pleasure.“
    – We must know this about our God!
      (Isa 46:9-11)
    – God named the king Cyrus before his birth as
      the one who will order the Jew's return from
      captivity. (Isa 44:28)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Isaiah 44:28 (NKJV) - Who says of Cyrus,
    ‘He is My shepherd, And he shall perform
    all My pleasure, Saying to Jerusalem, “You
    shall be built,” And to the temple, “Your
    foundation shall be laid.”’
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   God wants each of us to know that we are
    absolutely dependent upon "His pleasure.“
    – We must know this about our God!
      (Isa 46:9-11)
    – God named the king Cyrus before his birth as
      the one who will order the Jew's return from
      captivity. (Isa 44:28)
    – God's judgment of Babylon is also described in
      these terms. (Isa 48:14)
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

n   Isaiah 48:14 (NKJV) - “All of you,
    assemble yourselves, and hear! Who among
    them has declared these things? The Lord
    loves him; He shall do His pleasure on
    Babylon, And His arm shall be against the
    Chaldeans.
God delights in this servant (Isa 42:1)

  – The only issue in my life is if I find myself in
    the "Pleasure of the Lord."
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   There was an old man that God allowed to
    see that servant. (Lk 2:25-32)
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   There was an old man that God allowed to
    see that servant. (Lk 2:25-32)
     – Imagining one to bring together both Jew and
       Gentile seemed impossible.
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   There was an old man that God allowed to
    see that servant. (Lk 2:25-32)
     – Imagining one to bring together both Jew and
       Gentile seemed impossible.
     – Over and over this theme is repeated by the
       prophets. (Isa 49:6)
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   The Gentiles were in fact a powerless and
    helpless people before God.
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   The Gentiles were in fact a powerless and
    helpless people before God.
     – The Jews had a greater advantage and blessing.
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   The Gentiles were in fact a powerless and
    helpless people before God.
     – The Jews had a greater advantage and blessing.
     – The Servant of God would be known for
       helping those who were despised and
       helpless. (Isa 61:1-2, 9)
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles

n   Isaiah 61:1-2 (NKJV) - “The Spirit of the Lord
    GOD is upon Me, Because the Lord has anointed
    Me To preach good tidings to the poor; He has
    sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, To proclaim
    liberty to the captives, And the opening of the
    prison to those who are bound; 2 To proclaim the
    acceptable year of the Lord, And the day of
    vengeance of our God; To comfort all who mourn,
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   The Gentiles were in fact a powerless and
    helpless people before God.
     – The Jews had a greater advantage and blessing.
     – The Servant of God would be known for
       helping those who were despised and
       helpless. (Isa 61:1-2, 9)
     – Imagine being in this audience when the
       Servant of God read this very passage!
       (Lk 4:16-21)
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles

n   Luke 4:16-21 (NKJV) - So He came to Nazareth,
    where He had been brought up. And as His custom
    was, He went into the synagogue on the Sabbath
    day, and stood up to read. … Then He closed the
    book, and gave it back to the attendant and sat
    down. And the eyes of all who were in the
    synagogue were fixed on Him. 21And He began to
    say to them, “Today this Scripture is fulfilled in
    your hearing.”
    This servant shall reach out to the Gentiles


n   The Gentiles were in fact a powerless and
    helpless people before God.
     – The Jews had a greater advantage and blessing.
     – The Servant of God would be known for
       helping those who were despised and
       helpless. (Isa 61:1-2, 9)
     – Imagine being in this audience when the
       Servant of God read this very passage!
       (Lk 4:16-21)
     – What was the response of the audience?
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Isaiah 42:2-3 (NKJV) - He will not cry out,
    nor raise His voice, Nor cause His voice to
    be heard in the street. 3 A bruised reed He
    will not break, And smoking flax He will
    not quench; He will bring forth justice for
    truth.
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Contrast Jesus with the leaders of His day.
    (Mt 12:15-22)
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Matthew 12:15-22 (NKJV) - But when
    Jesus knew it, He withdrew from there. And
    great multitudes followed Him, and He
    healed them all. 16 Yet He warned them not
    to make Him known, 17 that it might be
    fulfilled which was spoken by Isaiah the
    prophet, saying: 18 “Behold! My Servant
    whom I have chosen, …
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   20 A bruised reed He will not break, And
    smoking flax He will not quench, Till He
    sends forth justice to victory; 21 And in His
    name Gentiles will trust.” 22 Then one was
    brought to Him who was demon-possessed,
    blind and mute; and He healed him, so that
    the blind and mute man both spoke and saw.
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Contrast Jesus with the leaders of His day.
    (Mt 12:15-22)
    – To trust Jesus means that you open your heart
      and let Him in.
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Contrast Jesus with the leaders of His day.
    (Mt 12:15-22)
    – To trust Jesus means that you open your heart
      and let Him in.
    – He can take the weakest and most fragile
      individual and sustain him.
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   John 10:14 (NKJV) - I am the good
    shepherd; and I know My sheep, and am
    known by My own.
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)

n   John 10:27-30 (NKJV) - My sheep hear
    My voice, and I know them, and they
    follow Me. 28 And I give them eternal life,
    and they shall never perish; neither shall
    anyone snatch them out of My hand. 29 My
    Father, who has given them to Me, is
    greater than all; and no one is able to snatch
    them out of My Father’s hand. 30 I and My
    Father are one.”
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Jesus was always successful to those who
    stay with Him. (Jn 10:14, 27-30)
    – We tend to avoid the weak and praise the
      strong.
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Jesus was always successful to those who
    stay with Him. (Jn 10:14, 27-30)
    – We tend to avoid the weak and praise the
      strong.
    – Where do you find Jesus the great Physician?
      (Mt 9:12-13)
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Matthew 9:12-13 (NKJV) - When Jesus
    heard that, He said to them, “Those who are
    well have no need of a physician, but those
    who are sick. 13 But go and learn what this
    means: ‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice.’
    For I did not come to call the righteous, but
    sinners, to repentance.”
    This servant would be gentle (Isa 42:2-3)


n   Jesus was always successful to those who
    stay with Him. (Jn 10:14, 27-30)
    – We tend to avoid the weak and praise the
      strong.
    – Where do you find Jesus the great Physician?
      (Mt 9:12-13)
    – What is needed to restore the weak? (Consider
      the woman at the well!)
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   Isaiah 42:3-4 (NKJV) - A bruised reed He
    will not break, And smoking flax He will
    not quench; He will bring forth justice for
    truth. 4 He will not fail nor be discouraged,
    Till He has established justice in the earth;
    And the coastlands shall wait for His law.”
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   This servant would have justice taken away
    from Him in the courts of men.
    (Acts 2:22-23; 8:33)
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   This servant would have justice taken away
    from Him in the courts of men.
    (Acts 2:22-23; 8:33)
    – His justice was taken away – but in His hands
      justice will never fail.
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   This servant would have justice taken away
    from Him in the courts of men.
    (Acts 2:22-23; 8:33)
    – His justice was taken away – but in His hands
      justice will never fail.
    – The need of justice is emphasized in God’s
      word. (Ex 23:2;Deut 16:19; Psa 37:28)
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   God’s law is based upon principles that are
    true and if applied will result in justice.
    (Psa 103:6; Amos 5:15, 24)
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   Amos 5:24 (NKJV) - But let justice run
    down like water, And righteousness like a
    mighty stream.
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   God’s law is based upon principles that are
    true and if applied will result in justice.
    (Psa 103:6; Amos 5:15, 24)
n   The sacrifice of this servant will satisfy the
    justice of God. (Rom 3:26)
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   Romans 3:26 (NKJV) - to demonstrate at
    the present time His righteousness, that He
    might be just and the justifier of the one
    who has faith in Jesus.
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   God’s law is based upon principles that are
    true and if applied will result in justice.
    (Psa 103:6; Amos 5:15, 24)
n   The sacrifice of this servant will satisfy the
    justice of God. (Rom 3:26)
    – Many will be released from the prison house
      (Isa 42:7)
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   Isaiah 42:7 (NKJV) - To open blind eyes,
    To bring out prisoners from the prison,
    Those who sit in darkness from the prison
    house.
This servant will bring forth Justice (Isa 42:3-4)


n   God’s law is based upon principles that are
    true and if applied will result in justice.
    (Psa 103:6; Amos 5:15, 24)
n   The sacrifice of this servant will satisfy the
    justice of God. (Rom 3:26)
    – Many will be released from the prison house
      (Isa 42:7)
    – This justice will be found in a great law that
      will be spread.
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Consider the awesome privileges of a
    covenant with God.
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Isaiah 42:6 (NKJV) - “I, the Lord, have
    called You in righteousness, And will hold
    Your hand; I will keep You and give You as
    a covenant to the people, As a light to the
    Gentiles,
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Consider the awesome privileges of a
    covenant with God.
    – A certain relationship with God (Ps 105:8-9)
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Psalm 105:8-9 (NKJV) - He remembers
    His covenant forever, The word which He
    commanded, for a thousand generations, 9
    The covenant which He made with
    Abraham, And His oath to Isaac,
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Consider the awesome privileges of a
    covenant with God.
    – A certain relationship with God (Ps 105:8-9)
    – God’s mercy (Deut 7:9)
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Deuteronomy 7:9 (NKJV) - “Therefore
    know that the Lord your God, He is God,
    the faithful God who keeps covenant and
    mercy for a thousand generations with those
    who love Him and keep His
    commandments;
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Consider the awesome privileges of a
    covenant with God.
    – A certain relationship with God (Ps 105:8-9)
    – God’s mercy (Deut 7:9)
    – We can know the “secret of the Lord.”
      (Ps 25:10, 14)
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Psalm 25:10 (NKJV) - All the paths of the
    Lord are mercy and truth, To such as keep
    His covenant and His testimonies.
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Psalm 25:14 (NKJV) - The secret of the
    Lord is with those who fear Him, And He
    will show them His covenant.
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   What are we doing with our covenant?
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   What are we doing with our covenant?
    – Those who despise the covenant will suffer
      wrath. (Heb 10:29-31)
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   Hebrews 10:29-31 (NKJV) - Of how much
    worse punishment, do you suppose, will he
    be thought worthy who has trampled the
    Son of God underfoot, counted the blood of
    the covenant by which he was sanctified a
    common thing, and insulted the Spirit of
    grace?
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   30 For we know Him who said,
    “Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,” says the
    Lord. And again, “The Lord will judge His
    people.” 31 It is a fearful thing to fall into
    the hands of the living God.
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)


n   What are we doing with our covenant?
    – Those who despise the covenant will suffer
      wrath. (Heb 10:29-31)
    – It is through the blood of the covenant that
      Jesus is able to lead us. (Heb 13:20-21)
This servant will be our covenant. (Isa 42:6)

n   Hebrews 13:20-21 (NKJV) - Now may the
    God of peace who brought up our Lord
    Jesus from the dead, that great Shepherd of
    the sheep, through the blood of the
    everlasting covenant, 21make you complete
    in every good work to do His will, working
    in you what is well pleasing in His sight,
    through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory
    forever and ever. Amen.

				
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