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Isaiah 43: The Redeemer of Israel

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But now. This expression carries a great spiritual significance. Although people were under persecution, disgrace and extreme circumstances of pain, God’s faithfulness and goodness would manifest at the right time. In the previous chapters, we saw the Divine willingness to correct His people for their transgressions, “but now,” He declares His will to restore it.

“Who created you,” this expression shows that Israel was an exclusive and special nation, created and cared for by God Himself.

“I have redeemed you,” reveals that His people were bought for a high price. The deliverance was guaranteed. “I have called you by your name,” is the greatest proof that God wants to heave a close relationship with His children. He does not treat them as strangers or as numbers, but in familiar and intimate way with each one. Before the statement “You are Mine,” filled with tenderness and compassion, how can you fear dangerous situations?

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