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Isa 62:1

“​until her righteousness goes forth as brightness and her salvation as a burning torch.” Isaiah 62 is about the future restoration and glory of Israel, although there are some statements in the chapter that relate to her condition in Isaiah’s time. In the Millennial Kingdom when Christ rules the earth, Israel will be restored and will be the glory of the earth, in large part because Christ will rule the earth from Jerusalem and God’s Temple will be on Mount Zion. In the various places where God speaks of the Millennial Kingdom, we learn different things about it. Here, for example, we learn that Jerusalem will have a new name (Isa. 62:2-4). Here also we see some of the similarities between the Garden of Eden and life in the Millennial Kingdom. Just as Adam and Eve were to work and care for Eden, so people in the Millennial Kingdom will work the soil (Isa. 62:8-9), and do other work as well (Isa. 62:10).

[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 62:6

“I have set watchmen on your walls.” It is likely that it is one of these watchmen who is portrayed as saying, “Who is this...” in Isaiah 63:1, although that is not explicitly stated.

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Isa 62:7

“give him no rest.” Those who remember Jerusalem and Yahweh are to give Him no rest—in other words, be constant in prayer—until He establishes Jerusalem.

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Isa 62:11

“Daughter Zion.” The Hebrew is idiomatic for Zion itself, i.e., Jerusalem (see commentary on Isa. 1:8).

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