The man that the prophet Isaiah described in Chapters 52 and 53 had no form or comeliness. His visage was marred more than any man. But this particular man was not rejected by his Heavenly Father. What was so different about this man that God chose him? For what purposes did God choose him? Did his suffering accomplish anything that is of benefit to us today or was it all in vain? What will an investigation of the three-dimensional Hebrew script including the Ancient Hebrew Pictograms reveal that might explain these questions to us?