A God Named “Salvation”


“You have forgotten your God, your salvation, and not remembered the Rock, your fortress.” (Isaiah 17:10)

“How comely upon the mountains are the feet of the messenger announcing peace, who brings tidings of good, who heralds salvation.” (Isaiah 52:7)

“Hear me, you stubborn-hearted, who are far from righteousness: I have brought near my righteousness; it is not now far off—my salvation shall no longer be delayed.” (Isaiah 46:12–13)

“Pass on, go through gates; prepare the way for the people! Excavate, pave a highway cleared of stones; raise the ensign to the nations! The Lord has made proclamation to the end of the earth: Tell the Daughter of Zion, See, your Salvation comes, his reward with him, his work preceding him.” (Isaiah 62:10–11)

“For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent; for Jerusalem’s sake I will not remain still till her righteousness shines like a light, her salvation like a flaming torch.” (Isaiah 62:1)

“O Lord, be favorable toward us; we have waited for you. Be our arm from morning to morning, our salvation in troubled times.” (Isaiah 33:2)

“The Lord God will wipe away the tears from all faces; he will remove the reproach of his people from throughout the earth. The Lord has spoken it. In that day you will say, This is our God, whom we expected would save us. This is the Lord for whom we have waited; let us joyfully celebrate his salvation!” (Isaiah 25:8–9)

“I will make peace your rulers and righteousness your oppressors: tyranny shall no more be heard of in your land, nor dispossession or disaster within your borders; you will regard salvation as your walls and homage as your gates.” (Isaiah 60:17–18)

“In that day shall this song be sung in the land of Judah: Our city is strong; salvation he has set up as walls and barricades! Open the gates to let in the nation righteous because it keeps faith. Those whose minds are steadfast, [O Lord,] you preserve in perfect peace, for in you they are secure. Ever trust in the Lord, for the Lord, Yah, is an everlasting Rock.” (Isaiah 26:1–4)

“In the God of my salvation I will trust without fear; for the Lord was my strength and my song when he became my salvation. Then shall you rejoice in drawing water from the fountains of salvation.” (Isaiah 12:2–3)

“I rejoice exceedingly in the Lord; my soul delights in my God. For he clothes me in garments of salvation, he arrays me in a robe of righteousness—like a bridegroom dressed in priestly attire, or a bride adorned with her jewels.” (Isaiah 61:10)

“Israel is saved by the Lord with an everlasting salvation; you shall not be dismayed or put to shame worlds without end.” (Isaiah 45:17)

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