Victorious Redeemer-Warrior

PRAYING FOR FAMILY, FRIENDS, CHURCH AND NATION

Esteem, honor, the Lord’s Christ as victorious over sin (Isa 53:10–12). #VictoryOverSin #SufferingServant #VictoriousRedeemer https://bible.com/bible/1588/isa.53.10-12.AMP

Coming King Sculpture – Kerrville,Texas

MORNING WATCH NOTES:

Isaiah 53:10–12 stands in sharp contrast and great relief to verses 1–9. Here it is revealed, as difficult as it is to absorb, that the plan of God all along had been to crush the Redeemer-Prince and cause him great anguish. However, it is important to note that the point of that anguish was not for the sake of anguish. It was for the sake of absolving man’s sin.

Does a parent take joy in punishing a child? No. It is for the sake of a future outcome. Just so, the Redeemer will see God‘s plan prosper and the redemption accomplished by his suffering. He will be satisfied at the future outcome. Many will come to wholeness out of sin. The Redeemer himself will be honored as a victorious soldier.

(Note Hebrews 12:2 “[Keep your] eyes on Jesus, the champion who initiates and perfects our faith. Because of the joy awaiting him, he endured the cross, disregarding its shame. Now he is seated [victorious] in the place of honor beside God’s throne.” (NLT) )

The only adequate response of the duty sentry is to fall on the floor of the watchtower, weep tears of repentance, tears of joy and worship the victorious Redeemer.

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