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It was many months ago, of course, now that we completed our study of the New Testament, wrapping up the gospel of Mark. Having spent forty-plus years studying the New Testament together, we have a very clear view of Christ. We recognize Christ. And because we have such a clear view of Christ from the New Testament, we can find Him in the Old Testament. It is only those who know Him well from the New that can find Him easily in the Old. And so I told you we were going to do that, we were going to go back to the Old Testament and we were going to follow the trail that Jesus established on the road to Emmaus when beginning at Moses and the prophets, and in all the holy writings, He spoke to them of the things concerning Himself. And we asked the question, "If Jesus explained the things concerning Himself from the Old Testament, where did He go? Where did He start? What passage did He choose, or passages?"

And so we began our own road to Emmaus journey. We've been diverted a little bit along the way. That's all right; we're going to take a good straightforward run at this, starting this evening. Now admittedly, we have gone through Isaiah 52:13 through 53:12, that great portion of Scripture, because that's the high point of the Old Testament disclosure of the person of Christ and His work. Everything about Him that's important is in those verses in Isaiah. And as I told you at the time, that's the heart of the book of Isaiah. We had an absolutely great time doing that. If you haven't listened to those ten messages, you might want to do that. That's the...that's, as one writer said, that's prophecy outstripping itself. That's the ultimate prophecy of our Lord Jesus Christ....

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