The 4 "Suffering Servant" poems, included in the Book of Isaiah, DO NOT refer to Jesus... not even to the Messiah. The "Suffering Servant" figure is clearly identified in various passages as a literary metaphor for the NATION OF ISRAEL as a whole.
“You are My servant, O Israel” (Isaiah 41:8)
“You are My servant, Israel” (Isaiah 49:3)
Here are a couple of brief essays exploring this issue:
This is so powerful! I love the use of the red. A member of the online community for the faithful I'm a member of posted this and I just had to come give you props on it! Here it is in case you haven't seen it: [link]
Your work was so well received on the community, I'd love to see more of you work on there so people can give you the recognition you deserve and share your God given talent with all of us. Here's an invite for it if you are interested: [link]
Ah, so you are the one that made this. This and many other Christian things are going around on Facebook and I posted this one on my profile without knowing that it came from a talented artist on deviantART. I will go back and edit the description of the photo to include credit for your great work.
The glory is to God who gave me the talent. I'm happy that my images, even not all the times have a link back or credits, are reaching people I don't know But I really appreciate that you included the credits