MTCSF October 2018 Crossword Puzzle

Based on Isaiah 52-53 NIV


  1. Start solving the crossword by selecting the first tile of the word you want to fill in.
  2. Continue typing letters till you reach the end of the word.
  3. The cursor will initially be set to answer the "across" clues. As you type, the letters will fill to the right. In the "down" mode, the letters will fill in the downward direction.
  4. Use the "down/right" arrow key on the keyboard or the buttons below to switch from across to down. Mobile and tablet users will find these buttons useful.
  5. When the last tile in a particular direction is reached, the mode may automatically change to the other mode.
  6. The "save" button allows you to save your session while the "load" button restores your answers and you can continue working on the puzzle at a later time.

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5."How beautiful are the feet of those who bring __!"
8.Surely He took up our __, yet we considered Him stricken by God, smitten by Him and afflicted." Israel in general thought Jesus was crucified for His sins(blasphemy). They longed for a victorious Messiah, who will save them from the Roman dominion, not a suffering servant.
12.The servant of the Lord will __ many nations probably refers to a "ceremonial cleansing".
15.The Lord will give His servant a __ among the great (Phil. 2:9)and divide the spoils with the strong because the servant of the Lord poured out his life unto death, was numbered with the transgressors, bore the sin of many and made intercession for the transgressors.
18."God made Him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in Him we might become the __ of God. 2 Cor. 5:21
19."Even after Jesus had done the miraculous signs in their presence, they still didn't __ in Him." John 12:37, Luke 24:25. This was to fulfill Isaiah's prophecy, "Who has __ our message?"
23.The servant of the Lord was __ from the land of the living for the transgression of His people. Dan.9:26
24.The servant was assigned a grave with the wicked (robbers) and with the rich in His death though He had done no violence. The rich refers to __ of Arimathea.
26."To whom has the __ of the Lord been revealed?" refers to His power to redeem.
27.Jesus was pierced for our transgressions(John 19:34), He was crushed for our iniquities, He was punished to bring us peace and by His wounds we are __.
28."For the wages of sin is __, but the gift of God is eternal life." The servant's __ was a vicarious(on behalf of) and substitutionary(in place of) atonement.
1.The Lord's Servant's appearance was so __ beyond that of any man and his form marred beyond human likeness. (He suffered for us).Matt:26:67,68 & 27:28-31.
2.When Jesus was passing by, __ introduced Him as "lamb of God".
3.It was the Lord's sovereign will to crush His servant and cause Him to __, not accidental.
4.The call of "awake, awake" was directed to the people of Zion to clothe themselves with strength and to put on the garments of splendor; the __ and defiled would not enter Jerusalem again and they would be freed from their captivity.
6.The servant of the Lord had a lowly background. "He grew up before God in humble obedience like a tender shoot and like a root out of dry ground. He had no beauty or majesty like a king to attract the people to him, nothing in his appearance that we should __ Him."
7.Though the Lord had made His servant's life a guilt offering, He will see His offspring(Psa.22:30, Heb. 2:10), prolong His days(Rev.1:18), will of the Lord will prosper in His hand(give salvation to the ends of the earth), see the light of life and be satisfied(resurrection, see a glorious church without blemish,Eph.5:27) and will __ many.
9.People of Isaiah's time were comforted that He has redeemed Jerusalem and all the ends of the earth would see the __
10.Israelites left __ in haste, when they left Babylon they sang songs of joy for they had the support of the Persian King. Ultimately in both time the Lord was with them.
11.Although he was oppressed and afflicted, He didn't open His mouth not once during his seven unfair trials before Annas, Caiaphas, the Sanhedrin, Pilate, __, Pilate again and the Roman soldiers to justify himself.Mark 14:61
13.When the Israelites came out of Babylon, the __ needed to carry the vessels of the Lord that the Babylonians had taken from the temple of the Lord. Num.14:15
14.The servant of the Lord was, despised because of His lowly background, rejected by men because of his message (Luke 4:16-30), endured suffering because of His earthly mission(to save the lost), like one from whom men hide their faces and we __ Him not.
16."By oppression and judgment He was taken away(arrest and unfair trials). In His humiliation He was deprived of __. (Acts. 8:32-33). No one bothered to speak about the injustice treatment of their Messiah.
17.The Lord spoke the oppression of His people in Egypt, Assyria, __ captivity as well as the blasphemy of His name by the idol worshippers. In their affliction they would remember that the Lord had foretold about their punishment and restoration.
20.It was prophesied about 700 years before Jesus' birth that the Servant of the Lord will be raised and lifted up and highly __.
21.Isaiah 52:13-53:15 is the __ servant song. Isaiah 53:2-3 talks about His virgin birth and early life; 53:5-10 substitutionary death; 53:11-12 talks about His glorious resurrection.
22.The Evangelist __ explained the good news to the eunuch as he was not understanding the passage "He was led like a lamb to the slaughter and as a sheep before her shearers is silent so he did not open his mouth"
25.In the gospel of __, Jesus is pictured as the servant of Jehovah, also no lineage of Jesus is mentioned in it.
29.The Great confession: "We __, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way; and the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us __." Rom.3:23

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