But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed. Isaiah 53 v5

The exchange at The Cross

The transaction made for us

From the ministry of Derek Prince  

(Available on audio medium)

At the cross 

Jesus made an exchange for us 

All the evil due to us came on Him    

All the good due to Him came on us.

Replica Roman nails.  Made from wrought iron by David Field.

Isaiah says (prophetically) of Him,  "All we like sheep have gone astray.  We have turned every one to his own way.   And the LORD has laid on him the iniquity of us all."

The original Hebrew word for iniquity is abon which means - guilt, iniquity, rebellion and the consequences of this rebellion  (turning to our own way).

Came to Jesus Came to us References
Punishment Forgiveness Isaiah 53 v6
Pains and sicknesses    (usually, wrongly, translated griefs and sorrows) Healing   (Shalom - meaning wholeness and wellbeing usually trans Peace) Isaiah 53 v4&5
Made Sin with our sinfulness Made righteous with his righteousness Isaiah 53 v10  2 Corinthians 5 v21
Death Life Hebrews 2 v9
Curse Blessing Galatians 3 v13&14   -  See Deuteronomy 23 (re curse for being hanged on a tree!)    People still suffer from curses placed centuries ago!
Poverty Abundance  (not necessarily monetary wealth) 2 Corinthians 8 v9 and 9 v8   -  at his death Jesus was hungry, thirsty, naked and having nothing)
Shame Glory Matthew 27 v35&36 (naked before passers by)   Hebrews 2 v10  (re Glory)
Rejection Acceptance Matthew 27 45-51   (tearing of the veil is our acceptance by God)     Ephesians 1  (Accepted in the Beloved)

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