June 20, 2018

“The ‘anointed one’ is Jesus Christ, who is cut off by His death upon the Cross of Calvary.  [And he has naught]—literally, and there is not to him . . . This is a very forceful way of setting forth His utter rejection, both by God and man.  ‘We have no king but Caesar,’ cried the Jews.  ‘My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?’  were the words  from the Cross.  In that hour of blackness He had nothing, nothing but the guilt of sin of all those for whom He died.  Utterly forsaken, He was cut off.”  (Edward J. Young; 1907-1968)

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