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◄ Isaiah 41:10 ►. I will uphold thee - I will enable you to bear all your trials. With the right hand of my righteousness - With my faithful right hand. The phrase is a Hebrew mode of expression, meaning that God's hand was faithful, that it might be relied on, and would secure them.Who is the servant in Isaiah 42?
One servant is Israel , which is described as the blinded servant living in spiritual darkness (Isaiah 42:18-20). The other Servant is King Messiah, who is called not only a light of the Gentiles but also a covenant of the people (Isaiah 42:6).What is Psalm 41?
Psalm 41 is the 41st psalm of the Book of Psalms. The last verse is not part of the Psalm itself but represents a liturgical conclusion of the first segment of the Book of Psalms.What is the Book of Isaiah in the Bible?
Isaiah 1 is the first chapter of the Book of Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible or the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. This book contains the prophecies attributed to the prophet Isaiah, and is a part of the Book of the Prophets.