The Sacrifice of Jesus:

He is God, yet He became a man (Gospels, John 1).

He is eternity, yet He lived in human time (Revelation 1 and 4).

He is life, yet He died for the world (John 1:4, 14:6, 17:3, Gospels).

He is love, yet He was hated (John 15:18, 1 John 4:8).

He saves, yet He was crucified (MT 18:11, Luke 19:10, Gospels)

He is holy, yet He became sin (Revelation 4:8-11, 2 Corinthians 5:21).

He dwells in eternal glory, yet He came to the earth as a human (John 17:22).

He sits on the highest throne in the universe, yet he humbled himself and became obedient to the point of death – even death on a cross (Mark 16:19, Luke 22:69, Philippians 2:9).

He is high and lofty, yet He became low and humble (Isaiah 57:15, MT 11:29).

He is the highest, yet He made Himself the lowest (Philippians 2:9, Mark 9:35).

He is the first, yet He became the last (MT 20:28, Mark 10:45, John 13:1-17).

He is the Lord of all, yet He became the servant of all (MT 20:28, Mark 9:35, 10:45, John 13:1-17).

He takes away suffering, yet He suffered more than any man (MT 11:29, John 6:35, Isaiah 52:14).

He created mankind, yet men rejected Him (Genesis 1:27, Isaiah 53:3, John 1:11).

He created the men who beat Him and crucified Him (Genesis 1:27).

He spoke the worlds into existence, yet He was silent and did not open His mouth (Genesis 1, Isaiah 53:7).

He gives life, yet His life was taken from Him (John 10:28).

He is blessed, yet He was cursed (Galatians 3:13).

He is true, yet they crucified Him based on lies (Revelation 3:7).

His face shines like the sun, yet it was marred more than any man (Isaiah 52:14).

He is grace and beauty, yet He had no loveliness or attractiveness (Isaiah 53:2).

He is beautiful beyond description, yet there was no beauty that we should desire Him (Isaiah 53:2).

He accepts, yet He was despised (Isaiah 53:3).

He welcomes, yet He was rejected (MT 11:29-30, Isaiah 53:3).

He removes sorrow and gives happiness, yet He was a Man of sorrows (MT 5:3-12, Isaiah 53:3).

He gives fullness of joy, yet He was acquainted with grief (Psalm 16:11. Isaiah 53:3).

Men find life by seeing Him, yet we hid our faces from Him (John 6:40, Isaiah 53:3).

He esteems, yet He was not esteemed (Isaiah 66:2, Isaiah 53:3).

He carried our sicknesses and grief, yet we thought He was punished and afflicted by God (Isaiah 53:4).

He carried our sorrows, yet we thought His suffering was punishment from God (Isaiah 53:4).

He heals, yet He was wounded and pierced for our transgressions (Acts 10:38, Isaiah 53:4).

He restores, yet He was bruised and crushed for our iniquities (Psalm 23:3, Isaiah 53:5).

He forgives and pardons, yet He was punished for our peace (MT 26:28, Isaiah 53:5).

He helps and comforts, yet He was chastised and disciplined for our well-being (John 14:26, Isaiah 53:5).

He gives rest, yet He was whipped, beaten, bruised and wounded for our healing (MT 11:29-30, Isaiah 53:5).

He had no sin or iniquity, yet the Lord laid on Him the sin and iniquity of us all (2 Corinthians 5:21, Isaiah 53:6).

He delivers, yet He was oppressed (2 Samuel 2:2-3, John 10:9, Isaiah 53:7).

He assists, yet He was afflicted (MT 11:29, John 14:26, Isaiah 53:7).

His voice is like the sound of many waters, yet He was silent (Revelation 1:15, Isaiah 53:7).

He was persecuted and crucified, yet He did not open His mouth (Isaiah 53:7).

He is the Deliverer, yet He was oppressed (Psalm 18:2, Romans 11:26, John 5:22, Isaiah 53:8).

He is the Judge, yet He was judged (Psalm 18:2, Romans 11:26, John 5:22, Isaiah 53:8).

His descendants will be as the stars and sand, yet His generation did not care about His fate on the earth (Genesis 22:17, Isaiah 53:8).

He is the giver of life, yet He was cut off from the land of the living (John 6:63, John 14:6, Isaiah 53:8).