The Promised Savior

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“Turn to me and save yourselves, all you ends of the earth; I am God, there is none other. By myself I swear it—righteousness has issued from my mouth, by a decree that cannot be revoked: To me every knee shall bow and every tongue swear [allegiance]. It shall be said of me, By Jehovah alone come vindication and might. Before him must come in shame all who were incensed against him. In Jehovah shall all Israel’s offspring justify themselves and have cause to boast.” (Isaiah 45:22–25)

“Before me no god was formed, nor shall one exist after me. I myself am Jehovah; apart from me there is no savior. It is I who foretold and wrought salvation, making it known when there was no strange god among you.” (Isaiah 43:10–12)

“I will recount in praise of Jehovah Jehovah’s loving favors, according to all that Jehovah has done for us, according to the great kindness he has mercifully and most graciously rendered the house of Israel. For he thought, Surely they are my people, sons who will not play false; and so he became their Savior: with all their troubles he troubled himself, the angel of his presence delivering them. In his love and compassion he himself redeemed them; he lifted them up and carried them all the days of old.” (Isaiah 63:7–9)

“He bore our sufferings, endured our griefs, though we thought him stricken, smitten of God, and humbled. But he was pierced for our transgressions, crushed because of our iniquities; the price of our peace he incurred, and with his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:4–5)

“He was harassed, yet submissive, and opened not his mouth—like a lamb led to slaughter, like a sheep, dumb before its shearers, he opened not his mouth. By arrest and trial he was taken away. Who can apprise his generation that he was cut off from the land of the living for the crime of my people, to whom the blow was due?” (Isaiah 53:7–8)

“In this mountain he will destroy the veil that veils all peoples, the shroud that shrouds all nations, by abolishing death forever. My Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces; he will remove the reproach of his people from throughout the earth. Jehovah has spoken it. In that day you will say, This is our God, whom we expected would save us. This is Jehovah for whom we have waited; let us joyfully celebrate his salvation!” (Isaiah 25:7–9)

“In the God of my salvation I will trust without fear; for Jehovah was my strength and my song when he became my salvation. Then shall you rejoice in drawing water from the fountains of salvation. In that day you will say, Give thanks to Jehovah; invoke his name. Make known his deeds among the nations; commemorate his exalted name. Sing in praise of Jehovah, who has performed wonders; let it be acknowledged throughout the earth!” (Isaiah 12:2–5)

“I rejoice exceedingly in Jehovah; 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)

“Pass on, go through gates; prepare the way for the people! Excavate, pave a highway cleared of stones; raise the ensign to the nations! Jehovah 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. They shall be called the holy people, the redeemed of Jehovah; and you shall be known as in demand, a city never deserted.” (Isaiah 62:10–12)

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