The Cross Throughout the Scriptures – Part 12

 

14. Psalm 2 Takes Us to Calvary.

He opened their minds so that they might understand the Scriptures, how that what was written of Him in the law, the Psalms, and the Prophets must be fulfilled, Luke 24:44-45.

ACT 13:33 that God has fulfilled this {promise} to our children in that He raised up Jesus, as it is also written in the second Psalm, “Thou art My Son; today I have begotten Thee.”

Centuries later their cry would be, “Crucify Him, crucify Him” and “Let his blood be upon us and upon our children,”

nashquw = to kiss, to touch gently, to fasten up together, to be equipped together.

1PE 1:8 and though you have not seen Him, you love Him, and though you do not see Him now, but believe in Him, you greatly rejoice with a happiness inexpressible and full of glory,

The kiss of pardon and reconciliation offered to all men through the Cross gave the early Christians the ability to turn despair into joy.

– ASV, KJV, NIV, NKJ –

PSA 2:12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry,

PSA 2:12 kiss His feet, lest He be angry (RSV)

PSA 2:12 Fall down before His Son and kiss His feet (TLB)

The Cross is not only the fountainhead of forgiveness, peace, reconciliation, and eternal life, but also of judgment and eternal loss.

ISA 5:4 “What more was there to do for My vineyard that I have not done for it?”

15. Isaiah 53.

“He will be high”

high = Gabah = being seated in heavenly places.

lifted up – nasah = He will receive a lifting up – the ascension into heaven.

greatly exalted – ruwm = to rise up = the resurrection, the first stage of glory for the humanity of Christ.

marred = mishchath = to be completely disfigured.

“He will sprinkle many nations” = unlimited atonement, Christ dying for the sins of the world!

The first human king of Israel, Saul, came as a dazzling person; the last king of Israel, TLJC, first appeared without the associated glamour and majesty of a king.

should be attracted = chamadh = to take pleasure in someone, to treasure someone, to delight in one.

JOH 1:11 He came to His own, and those who were His own did not receive Him.

despised = bazah = to spit out hatred.

forsaken = chadel = to be rejected verbally.

In His humanity He was a genius, and He was also a tender plant meaning very sensitive.

sorrows = 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.

smitten = nakah = to violently strike; severely.

pierced = chalal = to be stabbed.

Every sin was like a point of a spear and stabbed His soul.

Crushed = dakah = He was crushed by the weight of our sins.

scourging = chabbuwrah = bruises, wounds, and black and blue marks.

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.

LUK 23:34 He uttered “Father forgive them,” under great pain He asked for forgiveness for those who were giving Him the pain.

LUK 23:43 – He gives a promise to the dying thief.

JOH 19:26-27 – He wanted to take care of His mother.

taken = laqach = to be violently seized by the authorities.

Two of the richest men in the country were Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathaea, JOH 19:38-42; MAT 27:60.

Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries 2002

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