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So here Number One, the arm of the Lord has to be revealed. He will grow up as a tender plant as a root out of a dry ground. He has no form or comeliness or beauty and when we shall see him there’s no beauty that we should desire of him. He was despised and rejected of men, a man of sorrows, acquainted with grief and we hid ourselves from him. He was despised and we care not for him. But he borne our griefs, carried our sorrows, look at verse 5, he was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities, the chastisement of peace was upon him, and by his stripes we are healed. Now there’s four points that the Lord talks about here.

Number One: wounded for transgressions. And this is what Sid Roth saw. What is a transgression? It’s the act of sinning. You know you go out and you get drunk or you go out and commit adultery. You do something. A transgression is the acting out of a sin. What is a wound? Because he was wounded. It would mean it’s an external bruise that you get. A wound has to be a cut in your flesh. Then he was bruised for our iniquities. What is a bruise? It’s an inner thing that happens to your body. What is an iniquity? It’s an inner thing of the heart.

Now here Jesus was wounded for all the exterior sins that you will commit but he was bruised for the wickedness of your heart that caused you to keep committing your sins. Then chastisement of peace was upon him. Now we all know that that deals with the mind, that deals with the soul, that deals of who we are, that deals with the depression, that deals with the anxiety, that deals with any kind of mental disorder. Sid Roth says Jesus was punished in that area so that every area of your soul could be completely made whole.

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