The more we know about Jesus Christ, the more we can fully appreciate what he went through personally, the more deeply we can love him, and the more personal inspiration we can draw from his example. There are many prophecies of the Lord Jesus in the Old Testament, many of which are well known. A series of prophecies that are not as commonly known are the four “Servant Songs” in Isaiah; four sections that refer to the Messiah as the “servant.” These songs encapsulate much of the attitude and mission of the Messiah, and reveal how he would be hated by people; that he would be a sacrifice for our sin; and how God intended through Jesus’ death to ratify the New Covenant and bring salvation not only to Israel, but to all the people on earth. We hope this teaching will inspire you as John Schoenheit opens the Servant Songs of Isaiah and provides insights into the life and ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ.