And now, what do I have here,”
says Yahweh,
“seeing that my people are taken away for nothing?
Those who rule over them mock,”
says Yahweh,
“and my name is treated with contempt all day long. Bible

“what do I have here.” The Hebrew is an idiom: “What to me here?” The idiom likely means, “What do we have here,” in other words, “What is going on here,” or “What am I finding here,” but it could also mean, “What am I to do here.”

Commentary for: Isaiah 52:5