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Then they made[a] his grave with the wicked,
    and with rich people[b] in his death,[c]
although he had committed no violence,
    nor was there any deceit in his mouth.”

The Exaltation of the Servant

10 “Yet the Lord was willing to crush him,
    and he made him suffer.[d]
Although you make his soul an offering for sin,
    he[e] will see his offspring,
and[f] he will prolong his days,
    and the will of the Lord will triumph in his hand.
11 Out of the suffering of his soul he will see light[g]
    and[h] find satisfaction.
And[i] through his knowledge his servant,[j] the righteous one,
    will make many righteous,
        and he will bear their iniquities.

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Footnotes

  1. Isaiah 53:9 So 1QIsaa; 4QIsad MT read he made; LXX reads I will give
  2. Isaiah 53:9 So 1QIsaa; 1QIsaa corrector MT read with a rich man
  3. Isaiah 53:9 So 1QIsaa LXX; MT reads deaths
  4. Isaiah 53:10 So 1QIsaa; 4QIsad MT read he made him suffer; LXX reads with a blow
  5. Isaiah 53:10 So MT LXX; 1QIsaa reads And he
  6. Isaiah 53:10 So 1QIsaa 4QIsad; 1QIsab MT lack and
  7. Isaiah 53:11 So 1QIsaa 1QIsab 4QIsad LXX; MT reads He will see of the suffering of his soul
  8. Isaiah 53:11 So 1QIsaa 4QIsad; MT lacks and
  9. Isaiah 53:11 So 1QIsaa; 4QIsad MT lacks And
  10. Isaiah 53:11 So 1QIsaa; 4QIsad MT read my servant

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