Heretics will do mental gymnastics to the point that it’s hysterical, one such Heretic under the name of scottgrey2877 said Isaiah 53 is not about Jesus Christ but instead Isaiah wrote about Jeremiah. 😂😂😂
You can’t make this stuff up, where do Heretics get this from definitely not from the Bible!
Isaiah said that the Servant would bear our sins and suffer in our place. 700 years later, Jesus “himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed” (1 Peter 2:24).Who’s the Subject of Isaiah 53?
Jews for Jesus agrees that Isaiah 53 is about Jesus Christ and that He fulfilled the prophecy of Isaiah of being the Suffering Servant. Another scholar of the Hebrew Scriptures Dr. Michael Brown who is Jewish also says in his book Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus says Isaiah 53 is about Christ.
Infact, Christian readers will immediately be struck by two parallels between this midrashic description of the sufferings of Messiah ben Ephraim and the very real sufferings of Jesus the Messiah: (1) Both are said to suffer for the sins of their people, Messiah ben Ephraim enduring pain and affliction while waiting to be revealed to Israel, Messiah Yeshua enduring mockery, savage flogging, and crucifixion at the very moment that most of Israel was rejecting him. (2) The sufferings of both are explained with reference to Isaiah53, the biblical text most frequently cited by followers of Jesus inorder to prove that the Hebrew Scriptures did, infact, point directly to him.Brown, Michael L. Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus. 2, Theological Objections /, Baker Books, 2007.
Heretics will stoop to very low levels to misguide people into believing their false prophet Muhammad, but when they come across Christians who know how to engage with them they start to flounder, as we get them busted.
(1) 11:18-23 Here is the opposition which apparently took the prophet by surprise. He describes himself as being “like a gentle lamb led to the slaughter” (verse 19). you will find the same words used in a famous passage in Isa. 53:7 to describe the suffering servant of the Lord. This is only one among many indications that the experience of Jeremiah may have contributed to the portrait of the servant which we find in Isaiah chapters 40ff. Yet the same words can often mean different things. In Isa. 53:7 the words are used to describe how the servant was led like a lamb to the slaughter and all the while remained silent, accepting his fate without protest. Jeremiah, as we shall see, was anything but silent in the face of opposition. Bitter words of protest was often on his lips. The picture of the “gentle lamb” is used here to indicate that what happened took Jeremiah by surprise. Before he knew what was happening, they were out to get him: “I did not know it was against me they devised schemes,” (verse 19).Davidson, Robert. Jeremiah. Westminster Press, 1983.
This guy is so confused, Isaiah 53 is a Messianic Prophecy about Jesus Christ, how do we know this? Well look at all the details contained within the passage, reading the entire chapter you’ll find lots of 3rd person personal pronouns. Notice the words “he”, “him”, “his” in this verse.
The verse speaks of the one who was wounded for transgressions, was Jeremiah wounded for transgressions no he was not, the one spoken of here was bruised for iniquities, once again Jeremiah was not bruised for iniquities. The one spoken of here endured chastisement for our peace, Jeremiah didn’t and lastly the one spoken here was given stripes and we are healed by them. Jeremiah never suffered any stripes (flogging) and we certainly not healed by Jeremiah.
Scottgrey2877 then evaded and said they pierced (not certain if he’s referring to Jeremiah or Jesus) His hands and feet but God preserved his flesh, what does this have to do with our question? The question is who was the one pierced as there is no evidence in the Bible for Jeremiah having his hands and feet pierced or being wounded for our transgressions.
The one pierced in His hands and feet is first found in the book of Psalms more specifically 22:16, another Messianic prophecy about the Lord Jesus Christ as the only One who had His hands and feet pierced (Zechariah 12:10; Matthew 27:35; Mark 15:24; Luke 23:33; John 19:23,37; John 20:25,27).
Later in the book of Zechariah chapter 12 God Himself is speaking and God says “and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced,” and we know that God the Father was not pierced neither was the Holy Spirit pierced. Only the son of God was pierced no one else besides Him.
No one else besides God can pour the spirit of grace and supplications, will Scottgrey2877 claim that this is Jeremiah also? 😄 And God said they will look upon Him, this took place in the Gospels in multiple places but for the sake of brevity we’ll provide a references from the Gospel of John.
In John 19:34, 37 a soldier took a spear pierced the side of Christ, and blood and water came out. Then John links this with Zachariah 12:10, then in John 20:25 Thomas exclaimed that he wouldn’t believe that Christ rose form the dead unless he saw the pierced hands of the Lord Jesus.
And verse 20:27 Christ enters the room where the disciples are staying and He shows Thomas His pierced hands, and tells Thomas to not be faithless but believe.
Our Heretic friend Scottgrey2877 is deceiving himself saying Isaiah 53 is about Jeremiah, no where in the Bible does it teach or confirm such nonsense.
This person lives in a fantasy world and needs for his eyes to be opened by the grace of God. I pray that he’s not too far gone because the things he says are very far out there!! But our God is the living God and He saves, nothing is out of His hand. May scottgrey2877 come to Jesus Christ for etenral life.
 Luke 24:39 Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have. (Zec 12:10; Mat 27:35; Mar 15:24; Luk 23:33; Jhn 19:23,37; Jhn 20:25,27.)