He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon Him; and with His stripes we are healed.@Isaiah 53:5
Sigismund von Birken (1626–1681)

Sigismund von Birken, in Heilige Karwochen (Nuremberg, Germany: 1653); translated from German to English by August Crull in the Evangelical Lutheran Hymn-Book (Baltimore, Maryland: 1889).

Jesu Kreuz, Leiden und Pein Melchior Vulpius, Ein schön geistlich Gesangbuch (Jena, Germany: 1609) (🔊 pdf nwc).

The Flagellation of Christ
Michelangelo Caravaggio (1571–1610)

Jesus, I will ponder now
On Your holy Passion;
Let Your Spirit now endow
Me for meditation.
Grant that I in love and faith
May the image cherish
Of Your suffering, pain and death
That I may not perish.

Make me see Your great distress,
Anguish, and affliction,
Bonds and stripes and wretchedness
And your crucifixion;
Make me see how scourge and rod,
Spear and nails, did wound You,
How You died for those, O God,
Who with thorns had crowned You.

Let, O Lord, not thus alone
Make me see your Passion,
But its cause to me make known
And its termination.
For I also and my sin
Wrought your deep affliction;
This the shameful cause has been
Of Your crucifixion.

Let me view Your pain and loss
With repentant grieving,
Nor prepare again your cross
By unholy living.
May I give you love for love!
Hear me, O my Savior,
That I may in Heav’n above
Sing your praise forever.