The Saviour’s Definite Redemption - Studies in Isaiah 53 by W E Best and published by Classics.
Many professing Christians are horrified by the phrases “particular redemption,” “limited atonement,” and “limited redemption.” However, all professing Christians limit redemption; it is limited either in its extent (the elect) or in its quality. Those who say Christ died for every one without exception limit its quality since the Bible states that many have and will die in their sins. The extent is limited (to the elect who are actually saved) by those who have a Biblical view of redemption.
This is a verse by verse study of the prophecy in Isaiah 52:12 through chapter 53 of Jesus Christ who is the Servant of Jehovah in this passage. This study describes from both Isaiah’s prophecy 600 years in advance of the crucifixion and from the history of the New Testament the Saviour’s work of redemption, its extent, and God’s satisfaction with the accomplished work of salvation Christ obtained for the many He saves.