Understanding the Scriptures
|Tender (v. 2)||Young|
|Form (v. 2)||Impressive appearance|
|Comeliness (v. 2)||Glory|
|Grief(s) (vv. 3–4, 10)||Sickness|
|Esteemed him not (v. 3)||Did not consider Him important|
|Borne (v. 4)||Carry on the shoulders or back|
|Did esteem (v. 4)||Considered|
|Stricken (vv. 4, 8)||Punished|
|Chastisement (v. 5)||Punishment|
|Stripes (v. 5)||Wounds|
|Oppressed (v. 7)||Taken advantage of|
|Shearers (v. 7)||People who cut the wool off a sheep|
|Deceit (v. 9)||False speaking, dishonesty|
|Travail (v. 11)||Suffering|
|Justify (v. 11)||Make right|
|Bear (v. 11)||Carry|
|Spoil (v. 12)||Items or goods taken from others|
|Intercession (v. 12)||Acting in another’s behalf|
Studying the Scriptures
Do activities A and B as you study Isaiah 53.
Scripture Mastery—Isaiah 53:3–5
Make a chart in your notebook like the one below. After reading the verses referred to in the second column, find a verse in Isaiah 53 that seems to prophecy of the event you read about. In the third column, briefly explain why you chose the verse from Isaiah 53 and what it says about the Savior.
How Do You Feel?
Having read Isaiah 53 and all of the scriptures in activity A, write a paragraph or two about what impressed you most in chapter 53 and how you feel about what the Savior has done for you and all mankind.
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