The Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53 isn’t about the figure more commonly known as Jesus/Yahawashi/Yeshua/Yahusha. That, in particular, can be easily proven with the correct order of the verses and chapters of the book of Jeremiah. In most current published bibles, the book of Jeremiah has mixed-up chapters and verses that begin to tell a different story based on the new order or context. Once restored to the correct order, the book of Jeremiah and Lamentations both support Jeremiah being the suffering servant of Isaiah Ch 53. The Brenton’s edition of the Septuagint is the oldest if not one of the oldest versions of the ‘scripture literature’ we have today, with the original order of the all chapters and verses of the OT based off of the original Greek translation of the original Hebrew scriptures. I completely understand some people want to know why to use a Septuagint considering it’s a Greek translation, but this book is the only book I’ve found that has the original orders of all chapters and verses in the book of Jeremiah. Bible scholars know about the incorrect order of the chapters and verses of Jeremiah and are actively trying to hide it which is evident based on how the NEWEST bible editions are still in disarray when compared to the placement of chapters and verses in Jeremiah the Septuagint. In the books of Jeremiah in the Septuagint vs other texts, the chapters don’t line up at all. The righteous Weeping Jeremiah suffered more than any other prophet, even though he was a righteous servant of the Most High, and it’s all hidden.