Isaiah 53 is not talking about the 1st century Jesus. Due to the existence of vital information. But what are you going to do about it?
Isaiah 53:9 ¶ They made his grave with the wicked AND HIS TOMB WITH THE RICH, although he had done no violence, and there was no deceit in his mouth.
The above Scripture is clear on this point. That they have made His tomb with the rich, which has nothing to do with Jesus of Nazareth in the 1st century AD.
Since the New Testament has made it clear that Jesus's tomb was never situated alongside rich people.
Therefore, Isaiah 53:9 is no reference to Jesus of Nazareth in the 1st century AD, but it's talking about the Second Coming of Christ, which is in the future.
Thus, Isaiah 53:9 is talking about the Second Coming of Christ whose tomb will be situated alongside people who are rich, which has nothing at all to do with Jesus of Nazareth in the 1st century AD.
Consequently, all of chapter 53 is reference to the Second Coming of Christ at the End Times, which has nothing to do with Jesus of Nazareth in the 1st century AD.
But what are you going to do about it?
- sarahLv 74 weeks ago
(Matthew 27:57-60) 57 Now as it was late in the afternoon, a rich man of Ar·i·ma·theʹa came, named Joseph, who had also become a disciple of Jesus. 58 This man approached Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus. Then Pilate commanded that it be given to him. 59 Joseph took the body, wrapped it up in clean, fine linen, 60 and laid it in his new tomb, which he had quarried in the rock. And after rolling a big stone to the entrance of the tomb, he left.
- MalcolmLv 64 weeks ago
Why not focus upon what Isaiah 53 IS "talking about"? But that would exclude everything else that it is NOT "talking about".
- DerekLv 54 weeks ago
The rich disciple and member of the Sanhedrin, Joseph of Arimathea, got Pilate's permission to take Jesus' corpse and lay it in his rich man's tomb. This was astonishing because every person crucified had there body thrown into the city garbage tip. That Joseph turned up at Pilate's house just in time to prevent that was miraculous, for the other two men crucified were still alive, having to have there legs broken to hasten there deaths before 6pm (start of the sabbath). So there you have the wonder of that prophecy - "he was assigned a grave with the wicked" (the Valley of Hinnom") but was actually laid with the rich. Isn't that thrilling? Are you going to be thrilled, as I am?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I'm going to do nothing about it, or your stupid question, because jesus is fictional.
You have got to be one of the most pathetic, ignorant people who post here.