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Isaiah 14:1

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The Lord will certainly have compassion on Jacob; 1  he will again choose Israel as his special people 2  and restore 3  them to their land. Resident foreigners will join them and unite with the family 4  of Jacob.

XREF

Le 26:40-45; De 4:29-31; De 30:3-5; Ru 1:14-18; Ne 1:8,9; Es 8:17; Ps 98:3; Ps 102:13; Ps 136:10-24; Ps 143:12; Isa 19:24,25; Isa 27:6; Isa 40:1,2; Isa 44:21,22; Isa 49:16-23; Isa 54:7,8; Isa 56:6-8; Isa 60:3-5; Isa 66:20; Jer 12:15,16; Jer 24:6,7; Jer 29:14; Jer 30:18-22; Jer 31:8-12; Jer 32:37-41; Jer 50:4-6,17-20,33; Jer 51:4-6,34-37; Eze 36:24-28; Eze 39:25-29; Zec 1:17; Zec 2:11; Zec 2:12; Zec 8:22,23; Mal 1:11; Lu 1:54,72-74; Lu 2:32; Ac 15:14-17; Eph 2:12-19

NET © Notes

tn The sentence begins with כִּי (ki), which is understood as asseverative (“certainly”) in the translation. Another option is to translate, “For the Lord will have compassion.” In this case one of the reasons for Babylon’s coming demise (13:22b) is the Lord’s desire to restore his people.

tn The words “as his special people” are supplied in the translation for clarification.

tn Or “settle” (NASB, NIV, NCV, NLT).

tn Heb “house.”



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