Men made sport of him, turning away from him; he was a man of sorrows, marked by disease; and like one from whom men's faces are turned away, he was looked down on, and we put no value on him.
The Lord who takes up Israel's cause, even his Holy One, says to him whom men make sport of, who is hated by the nations, a servant of rulers: Kings will see and get up from their places, and chiefs will give worship: because of the Lord who keeps faith; even the Holy One of Israel who has taken you for himself.
And the Lord was pleased ... see a seed, long life, ... will do well in his hand. ...
But it was our pain he took, and our diseases were put on him: while to us he seemed as one diseased, on whom God's punishment had come.
He was in the world, the world which came into being through him, but the world had no knowledge of him.
But I am a worm and not a man; cursed by men, and looked down on by the people.
I was offering my back to those who gave me blows, and my face to those who were pulling out my hair: I did not keep my face covered from marks of shame.
And in one month I put an end to the three keepers of the flock; for my soul was tired of them, and their souls were disgusted with me.
And I said to them, If it seems good to you, give me my payment; and if not, do not give it. So they gave me my payment by weight, thirty shekels of silver.
Then they put shame on him, and were cruel to him: and some gave him blows, saying,
And he said to them, Truly, Elijah does come first, and puts all things in order; and how is it said in the Writings that the Son of man will go through much sorrow and be made as nothing?
But Jeshurun became fat and would not be controlled: you have become fat, you are thick and full of food: then he was untrue to the God who made him, giving no honour to the Rock of his salvation.
My bitter weeping, and my going without food, were turned to my shame.
You have seen my shame, how I was laughed at and made low; my haters are all before you.
Now you will give yourselves deep wounds for grief; they will put up a wall round us: they will give the judge of Israel a blow on the face with a rod.
And he took with him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, and became sad and very troubled.
Then came true that which was said by Jeremiah the prophet, And they took the thirty bits of silver, the price of him who was valued by the children of Israel;
And those who went by said bitter words to him, shaking their heads and saying,
Saying, Sir, we have in mind how that false man said, while he was still living, After three days I will come again from the dead.
And he said to them, My soul is very sad, even to death: be here a little time, and keep watch.
And they gave him blows on the head with a stick and put shame on him and, going down on their knees, gave him worship.
And they were laughing at him, being certain that she was dead.
Saying, The Son of man will undergo much and be put on one side by the rulers and the chief priests and the teachers of the law, and be put to death, and on the third day he will come back to life.
And the Pharisees, who had a great love of money, hearing these things, were making sport of him.
And he took with him the twelve and said to them, Now we are going up to Jerusalem, and all the things which were said by the prophets will be done to the Son of man.
But with loud voices they said all together, Put this man to death, and make Barabbas free.
The Jews said to him in answer, Are we not right in saying that you are of Samaria and have an evil spirit?
The God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob, the God of our fathers, has given glory to his servant Jesus; whom you gave up, turning your backs on him, when Pilate had made the decision to let him go free.
And let those who all their lives were in chains because of their fear of death, go free.
For we have not a high priest who is not able to be touched by the feelings of our feeble flesh; but we have one who has been tested in all points as we ourselves are tested, but without sin.
Who in the days of his flesh, having sent up prayers and requests with strong crying and weeping to him who was able to give him salvation from death, had his prayer answered because of his fear of God.
Having our eyes fixed on Jesus, the guide and end of our faith, who went through the pains of the cross, not caring for the shame, because of the joy which was before him, and who has now taken his place at the right hand of God's seat of power.