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How the angelic conflict relates to to the Lord's Supper, Part 3.
Sunday, October 6, 2002
“eis” - ei*" = introduces a purpose clause; the communion table has a very important purpose.
The purpose of the bread is to bring to your memory the uniqueness of the person or the body of Christ.
The bread refers to the person of Christ. The cup refers to the work of Christ.
Remembrance - anamnesin = to bring something affectionately into your memory.
It was used to signify past events that may have been forgotten or pushed to the back of ones mind and are now brought to the memory by a particular event.
It means to participate in an active meditation reflecting on something of great value.
Behold - hinneh = a command that demands a response of love.
“Behold, My servant” -means more than just “look,” it is a command that demands us to respond to His love, and His love is revealed in His sufferings for us.
GAL 3:13 Christ redeemed us from the curse of the Law, having become a curse FOR US for it is written, “Cursed is everyone who hangs on a tree.”
EPH 5:2 “Christ loved us and gave Himself up FOR US, an offering and a sacrifice to God as a fragrant aroma.”
1TH 5:10 “He died FOR US so that we may live together with Him.”
1JO 3:16 We know love by this, that He laid down His life FOR US;
Behold my servant = a reference to the hypostatic union; TLJC is undiminished deity and true humanity in one person forever.
“He will be high” - high gabah being seated in heavenly places.
Lifted up nasah passive voice He will receive lifting up, referring to the ascension into heaven.
Greatly exalted ruwm to rise up; a reference to resurrection, the first stage of glory for the humanity of Christ.
Marred mishchath to be completely disfigured. This is disfigurement without breaking any bones.
Although our Lord suffered immensely, not one bone in His body could be broken according to prophecy. JOH 19:36 a bone of Him shall not be broken.
"He will sprinkle many nations" a reference to the unlimited atonement, Christ dying for the sins of the world.
The first human king of Israel, king Saul, came as a dazzling person; the last king of Israel, TLJC, appeared the first time without the associated glamour and majesty of a king.
The Jews did not see the beauty of Christ because they were negative toward doctrine, they were religious and legalistic types.
"Should be attracted" chamadh to take pleasure in someone, to treasure someone, to delight in someone.
JOH 1:11 He came to His own, and those who were His own did not receive Him.
He is rejected in verse 2 by the very people He was going to die for.
Verse 3 - He becomes the object of mental attitude sins.
despised bazah to spit out hatred. He received hatred as He initiated love, this is suffering.
Forsaken chadel to be rejected verbally.
In His humanity He was a genius, and He was also a tender plant meaning very sensitive.
Sorrows is in the plural = many sorrows. Makob = pains in the soul.
Grief chouy disease, sickness, sadness, mistreatment.
To hide the face sathath to cover the face in rejection and to discredit while covering it.
Esteem chashab to put all the facts together.
Griefs choliy disease, sickness, eternal afflictions, which we will never have in the eternal state because of Him.
Carried cabal to carry a heavy burden; the moment our sins were poured on Him and judged He died spiritually.
Stricken naga to be struck down with sin violently.
Pierced chalal passive voice = to be stabbed. Every sin was like a point of a spear and stabbed His soul.
Bruised dakah He was crushed by the weight of our sins.
Scourging chabbuwrah bruises, wounds, and black and blue.
Healed rapha to be sewn together, or drawn together because of what Christ did on the Cross.
Gone astray taah to wander, in this case the wandering of stupidity.
Have turned panah to do it from your own free will.
Iniquity anon all of our perversity, punishment, and faults fell on Him.
Oppressed nagas to be harassed and abused.
Afflicted - anah = to be humiliated.
JOH 19:26-27 He said to His mother, “Woman, behold, your son!” Then He said to the disciple, “Behold, your mother!” LUK 23:34 - He uttered “Father forgive them,” under great pain He asked for forgiveness for those who were giving Him the pain.
Taken laqach to be violently seized by the authorities.
It was the Fathers plan in eternity past to crush the Son with our sins, REV 13:8.
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