“Behold, my servant [Targ. adds “the Messiah”] will accomplish his purpose;
he will be high and lifted up, and very exalted.
Just as many were appalled over you–
his appearance was a disfigurement from the human
and his form from that of humanity–
so he will startle many nations…
He was despised, a rejection of people,
a man of pain, one who knows sickness
and like a hiding of face from him,
he was despised, and we did not pay attention to him.
But surely it was our sickness he carried,
our pains he bore.
But we considered him stricken,
smitten of God and afflicted.
But he was pierced through for our rebellion,
crushed for our iniquities;
the punishment for our peace was on him,
and his welts made healing for us
All of us, like sheep we go astray,
each one to his own way we…
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