The foolishness of human wisdom is contrasted with Godly wisdom that stems from the Fear of God.
Pure worship consists of worship in the right place, offering the right sacrifices and trusting the affirming the right covenant.
God's grace toward His people reminds them of His promises, guides them through life, provokes obedience in faith and procures success and prosperity in His program.
At the heals of chastisement, the Lord extends grace to His people that they might trust His promises, be directed in their endeavors and provoked to faithful obedience.
The Servant of Jehovah identifies with His people, bearing their sin and interceding on their behalf.
The Servant of the Lord imputes His righteousness to His people.
Because of its outcome, it pleased the Lord to crush the Servant and put Him to grief.
In this passage, the Servant of the Lord is seen as the Despised Servant, the Afflicted Servant and the Silent Servant.