SLIDES - Isaiah Class 19 (6.2B) Mission of the Servant
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By combining types from the endtime mission of the servant in the “Punishment & Deliverance” chiasm of chapters 41–46 such as Abraham, Moses, Gideon, Joshua, Solomon, Isaiah & Hezekiah (Isaiah Class 15); Davidic king motifs in chapters 9 & 11 (Isaiah Class 13); rhetorical links about the Lord’s Servant in the Servant-Tyrant Parallelism such as Job, Caleb, Uzziah, and Cyrus (Isaiah Class 17); and Jewish expectations about their endtime Messiah; we obtain a surprisingly clear picture of the mission and calling of God’s latter-day servant!
Highlights include his transgression and marring; symbolic temple rehearsals on the Day of Atonement; examination of “the third day”; the constellation Cancer—sheepfold in the sky; rhetorical links to Daniel’s stone cut out of the mountain without hands that “breaks in pieces”; and Davidic passages in the Old Testament.
Reading Assignment: Isaiah 22, 41–43
(Isaiah 49–50 moved to lessons 8.2B and 9.1B)
The End from the Beginning, Gileadi (1997) pp. 96–100; (2012) pp. 75–78
¡ God’s Servant Possesses Many Types
¡ A Righteous Heir of King David
¡ Jewish Messianic Expectations