Tag: Septuagint Isaiah 52:6

Isaiah 52:1-12 LXX: Isaiah Devotional 2.39

The people of Jerusalem represent all of  God’s people (“my people”, verse 4). Formerly, he sent them into exile (Isaiah 5:13; 27:6-8). Now, he commands them to sit in his presence. What causes this huge change in God’s actions toward Jerusalem? Verse six states the cause, as it clearly pronounces God’s incarnation in his Servant. In verse six, for readers who have followed Isaiah closely, the voice of God and the voice of his incarnated Servant are indistinguishable. … Continue readingIsaiah 52:1-12 LXX: Isaiah Devotional 2.39