"He was pierced through our transgressions, and crushed for our iniquities; upon him fell the punishment, the price of our peace, and thanks to his wounds we were healed. "
Isaiah 53: 5 (New International Version).
Personally, I think that this verse is one of the most significant ones regarding the work of Jesus and his passion. It is a verse that we must discern adequately to understand its power and the act of love that Jesus did for the world. When someone was crucified, he was publicly shamed and the people around him made a mockery of it. But in the case of Jesus it was something else. Man by himself has a nature inclined to sin, the heart of man is deceptive, let's say that in his DNA he has evil. For Jesus he did not apply this, being that he was begotten with the divine nature of God. And when He was crucified
they say the Scriptures that he became sinful (2 Corinthians 5:21). Receiving the punishment of our rebellions.
When Jesus asked the Father that if it was His will that cup would pass from Him, the cup referred to the wrath of God. So in the spiritual He was cursed and received upon Himself the consequence of the sins of all men of all times. So that the moment any person decides to believe in Him, that
be saved and considered fair in the eyes of God. Also in the natural, the Cross was the worst of punishments. A person who was crucified was broken from some of his bones, suffered from hemorrhages, his body was pierced with metal, his respiratory function decreased, and in some cases he suffered cardiac arrest. Notwithstanding this, in this verse we see that Jesus was also ground, His body was.
crushed, disfigured, and had sores on His body. Same as who healed everyone who believes in Jesus.
When you talk about the sacrifice and love of Jesus on the Cross, dimension correctly. Believe in the power that Jesus was given over all things after His sacrifice. For through that sacrifice you can receive forgiveness of sins, peace, health, and every need you have. Whatever you need, there was a price, and Jesus paid that price.
Jesus for His passion has already given you everything, believe it.