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" God's commands to His messengers (His prophets, as the Chaldee rightly explains it) to comfort His people in captivity, to impart to them the joyful tidings that their punishment has now satisfied the Divine justice, and the time of reconciliation and... "
The vision of Isaiah concerning Jerusalem, from chapter xl. to the end ... - Page 88
by Isaiah (the prophet.) - 1843
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Dissertations on the prophecies, of the Old Testament, revised by J. King

David Levi - 1817
...their sins had been expiated by the severe punishment they had received. He then seems to introduce a harbinger, giving orders to prepare the way for God, leading his people, as he did formerly from Egypt, " A voice crieth in the wilderness; prepare ye the way of the LORD;...
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1825
...God's command to his messengers (bis prophets, as the Chaldce rightly explains it), to comfort bis people in captivity, to impart to them the joyful...obstacles, and to clear the way for their passage. Tims far nothing more appears to be intended than a return from the Babylonish captivity; but the next...
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Isaiah. A new translation; with a preliminary dissertation, and notes, by R ...

Isaiah (the prophet) - 1825
...divine justice, and the time of reconciliation and favour is at hand. He then introduces a harhinger giving orders to prepare the way for God, leading his people from Bahylon, as he did formerly from Egypt, tbrough the wilderness ; to remove all ohstacles, and to clear...
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Isaiah: a New Translation: With a Preliminary Dissertation, and Notes ...

Bible - 1834 - 423 pages
...tidings, that their punishment has now satisfied the divine justice, and the time of reconciliation a:id favour is at hand. He then introduces a harbinger...from Babylon, as he did formerly from Egypt, through ihe wilderness ; to remove all obstacles, and to clear the way for their passage. Thus far nothing...
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