The suffering and death of the Servant was clearly the Lord’s will. In that sense He was “slain from the Creation of the world” (Rev. 13:8). The statement, the Lord made the Servant’s life a guilt offering, does not mean that Jesus’ life satisfied the wrath of God but that His life which culminated in His death was the sacrifice for sins. As indicated in Isaiah 53:7-8 He had to die to satisfy the righteous demands of God. The word for “guilt offering” is’āšām, used in Leviticus5:15; 6:5; 19:21 and elsewhere of an offering to atone for sin.
His death and burial appeared to end His existence (He was “cut off, ” Isa.53:8), but in actuality because of His resurrection Jesus will see His offspring(those who by believing in Him become children of God, John 1:12) and He will prolong His days (live on forever as the Son of God). He will be blessed (prosper; cf. Isa. 53:12a) because of His obedience to the will (plan) of theLord.
Martin, John A. “Isai…