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Isa 51:1

“righteousness.” In this context, “righteousness” is doing what is right to God and others (see commentary on Matt. 5:6).

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Isa 51:3

“For Yahweh will comfort Zion...and will make her wilderness like Eden.” Isaiah 51:3-6 is about the future and includes both the Millennial Kingdom and information about the Everlasting Kingdom (Isa. 51:6). The Hebrew is written in the past tense: “For Yahweh has comforted Zion; he has comforted all her waste places and has made her wilderness like Eden.” Writing about a future event as if it were past is idiomatic, and is the prophetic perfect idiom (see commentary on Eph. 2:6).

[For more verses in Isaiah that speak of the Millennial Kingdom, see commentary on Isaiah 2:2. For more on Christ’s future kingdom on earth, see Appendix 3, “Christ’s Future Kingdom on Earth”].

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Isa 51:5

“in my strength they will trust.” The Hebrew is idiomatic, literally, “on my arm they will trust,” where “arm” is put for the strength of the person.

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Isa 51:17

“the cup that causes people to stagger.” The Hebrew is “the cup of staggering,” that is, a cup that causes the people who drink it to stagger.

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