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Isaiah 49 Commentary

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Isaiah 49:1-2 meaning

The second Servant Song of Isaiah begins with the LORD's Servant calling for the Gentiles and peoples from afar to listen and pay careful attention. He declares that He was given a mysterious mission by the LORD from before He was born.

Isaiah 49:3-6 meaning

The second Servant Song of Isaiah continues as the LORD's Servant reveals a dialogue between Himself and the LORD where the Servant seems to lament that He failed to achieve His mission. The LORD consoles Him that He has not failed, and that it was too small a thing for Him to only redeem Israel—the Messiah's known mission—but that He will also redeem the nations unto the end of the earth.