Outline of Isaiah 52:13—53:12
I. THE SERVANT’S SUPREMACY (52:13–15)
A. The Servant’s prudence (v. 13)
B. The Servant praised (v. 13)
C. The Servant persecuted (v. 14)
1. His appearance astonished many.
2. His face was disfigured.
3. His form was desecrated.
D. The Servant’s prominence (v. 15)
1. He will sprinkle many nations.
2. He will shut the mouths of kings.
3. He will be sovereign over nations.
II. THE SERVANT SCORNED (53:1–3)
A. He was disbelieved (v. 1).
B. He was disregarded (v. 2).
C. He was despised (v. 3).
D. He was disowned (v. 3).
III. THE SERVANT’S SUFFERING (vv. 4–6)
A. He carried our sorrows (our sickness, v. 4).
B. He was smitten (v. 4).
C. He suffered (v. 5).
D. He sacrificed (vv. 5–6).
IV. THE SERVANT’S SUBMISSION (vv. 7–9)
A. He was silent (v. 7).
B. He was selected (v. 8).
C. He was slaughtered (v. 8).
D. He was buried (v. 9).
E. He was sinless (v. 9).
V. THE SERVANT’S SACRIFICE (vv. 10–12)
A. He pleased the Lord (v. 10).
B. He provided an offering (v. 10).
C. He prolonged His days (v. 10).
D. He poured out His soul (v. 10).
E. He purchased justification for many (v. 11).
F. He paid for mankind’s iniquities (v. 11).
G. He procured a portion from the Lord (v. 12).
H. He prayed for sinners (v. 12).