The Lord Jesus was not only the suffering, bruised servant of God, but He is also and more importantly the Exalted Servant. Certainly Jesus was the suffering and bruised servant as He made His way to Calvary and to the suffering that preceded His crucifixion. Dr. S. Lewis said, “That event is the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ to which the saints of God through the past ages, the present body of believing men and women, and the elect angels constantly gaze in adoring gratitude.” Jesus completed the mission for which He came to earth. Glory to God most High!Let’s consider these Scriptures passages:Therefore God highly exalted Him and gave Him the name which is above every name, 10 that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven and on earth and under the earth . . . (Phil 2:9-10 MEV) God exalted Jesus and gave Him the name which is above all names. He is worthy of honor, and glory.Behold, My Servant shall deal prudently; He shall be exalted and extolled and be very high. (Isa 52:13 NKJV) Jesus surely did conduct Himself prudently [discreetly, wisely, carefully] on earth. Here also, the Lord promises the exaltation of His Son.Jesus came near and spoke to them, “I’ve received all authority in heaven and on earth.” (Mt 28:18 CEB) Jesus received all authority from His heavenly Father.He had become much greater than the angels, and the name he was given is far greater than any of theirs. (Heb 1:4 CEV) Jesus’ name is far greater than the angels.. . . who has gone into heaven and is at the right hand of God, with angels, authorities, and powers having been subjected to him. (1 Pet 3:22 ESV) In heaven, all angels, authorities, and powers are under the control of Jesus, the Messiah.On his robe that covers his thigh he has a name written: King of Kings and Lord of Lords. (Rev 19:16 ISV) Jesus, alone, bears the names and titles mentioned in this verse. So you see, we serve and follow someone who knows about serving and suffering, and received His reward and will enjoy His laurels for all eternity. This is the Savior with whom we have the honor of being in relationship. Let us rejoice in Him and give Him glory!