1. Isaiah’s Epiphany moment was a prophecy of a divine servant
In the Prophecy we are told the servant will be:
This would be a Epiphany moment because the Hebrew people were probably still in captivity in Babylon when this was written. They were hoping for a mighty military leader who would raise an army and restore Israel to military greatness. In the time of Jesus they were still clinging to the dream of military greatness and sovereignty. This is why the leadership mostly failed to recognize Jesus and had Him executed for blasphemy – claiming to be the Messiah falsely. They could not believe or understand the Prophecy of a “servant” who would restore Israel.