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Isa 55:1

“all you who are thirsty.” This invitation is general and includes all humanity, not just Israel, as we see from the context, especially Isaiah 55:5.

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Isa 55:2

“abundance.” The Hebrew is literally “fatness.” In ancient societies it was uncommon to have a great variety of food, and the food people had was often meager, so a meal with things like olive oil and meat with fat was a real treat.

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Isa 55:3

“David.” “David” refers to the future Davidic king, the Messiah. We see the Messiah called “David” in Ezek. 34:23 and 37:24 (see commentary on Ezek. 34:23). The covenant promises made to the Messiah are reliable, like the promises made to David.

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Isa 55:4

“given him.” “given him,” that is, given the future Davidic Messiah, who we know as Jesus Christ.

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Isa 55:5

“a nation that you do not know.” The Messianic kingdom will cover the whole earth and the Messiah will rule the whole earth, and people of every different nationality will come to him and serve him.

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