By Gary Amirault

“He shall see of the travail of his soul, and shall be satisfied: by his knowledge shall my righteous servant justify many; for he shall bear their iniquities.” (Isaiah 53:11, KJV)

How many souls do you think will satisfied Jesus? In Adam all died. Adam’s sin spared no one. So for grace to abound much more than sin (Romans ch. 5), how many will Jesus justify?

“And I, if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw (drag in Greek) ALL mankind unto Myself.”

Believe it!

2 Comments on His Soul Shall Be Satisfied

  1. Dennis Caldwell says:

    If Jesus purpose was to save the world as he said he came to do, and as the Father sent Him to do, and as His parables emphasize that there is no satisfaction until the one lost coin is found, the last lost sheep is brought back into the fold, and the lost son is returned; making clear his mission and purpose it to “Lose none” of ALL the Father had given Him, which was ALL… And if it is to be be believed that Jesus meant what he said when at the cross He emphatically said “It is Finished”; then He must have meant His Redemptive Purpose of saving the world must have been fulfilled; unless He was being defeated and it was a capitulatory statement of giving up and admitting his mission, as much as he tried, had failed; meaning “this is all I could do, I am finished”. To the which I don’t believe anyone would agree. Logically it has to be one or the other. I of course, believe it was the shout of Victory! in the battle He had come to wage against the flesh, the devil, and death. The enemies of His creation had been defeated! Hallelujah!
    Now why do we physically not see the realization of this in our world? Because in the fleshly view we cannot see the beginning to the end as He was seeing, I believe, when claimed the Victory. In Christ I can see this too, in the flesh I cannot. This is why many cannot understand this. Their mind is on fleshly things and their religion is based on fleshly thinking with a fleshly mind which is “dead” and CANNOT see anything but is blind to the Spiritual and All He has Done.

  2. Gary Amirault says:

    That’s right, Dennis.

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