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Isaiah 8:17

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8:17 I will wait patiently for the Lord,

who has rejected the family of Jacob; 1 

I will wait for him.

Isaiah 25:9

Context

25:9 At that time they will say, 2 

“Look, here 3  is our God!

We waited for him and he delivered us.

Here 4  is the Lord! We waited for him.

Let’s rejoice and celebrate his deliverance!”

Isaiah 26:8

Context

26:8 Yes, as your judgments unfold, 5 

O Lord, we wait for you.

We desire your fame and reputation to grow. 6 

Isaiah 33:2

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33:2 Lord, be merciful to us! We wait for you.

Give us strength each morning! 7 

Deliver us when distress comes. 8 

Isaiah 51:5

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51:5 I am ready to vindicate, 9 

I am ready to deliver, 10 

I will establish justice among the nations. 11 

The coastlands 12  wait patiently for me;

they wait in anticipation for the revelation of my power. 13 

Isaiah 60:9

Context

60:9 Indeed, the coastlands 14  look eagerly for me,

the large ships 15  are in the lead,

bringing your sons from far away,

along with their silver and gold,

to honor the Lord your God, 16 

the Holy One of Israel, 17  for he has bestowed honor on you.

1 tn Heb “who hides his face from the house of Jacob.”

2 tn Heb “and one will say in that day.”

3 tn Heb “this [one].”

4 tn Heb “this [one].”

5 tn The Hebrew text has, “yes, the way of your judgments.” The translation assumes that “way” is related to the verb “we wait” as an adverbial accusative (“in the way of your judgments we wait”). מִשְׁפָּטֶיךָ (mishpatekha, “your judgments”) could refer to the Lord’s commandments, in which case one might translate, “as we obey your commands.” However, in verse 9 the same form refers to divine acts of judgment on evildoers.

6 tn Heb “your name and your remembrance [is] the desire of [our?] being.”

7 tn Heb “Be their arm each morning.” “Arm” is a symbol for strength. The mem suffixed to the noun has been traditionally understood as a third person suffix, but this is contrary to the context, where the people speak of themselves in the first person. The mem (מ) is probably enclitic with ellipsis of the pronoun, which can be supplied from the context. See J. N. Oswalt, Isaiah (NICOT), 1:589, n. 1.

8 tn Heb “[Be] also our deliverance in the time of distress.”

9 tn Heb “my righteousness [or “vindication”] is near.”

10 tn Heb “my deliverance goes forth.”

11 tn Heb “and my arms will judge [on behalf of] nations.”

12 tn Or “islands” (NIV); TEV “Distant lands.”

13 tn Heb “for my arm” (so NIV, NRSV).

14 tn Or “islands” (NIV); CEV “distant islands”; TEV “distant lands.”

15 tn Heb “the ships of Tarshish.” See the note at 2:16.

16 tn Heb “to the name of the Lord your God.”

17 sn See the note on the phrase “the Holy One of Israel” in 1:4.



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