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13     “·I have always been God [L Indeed from the day, I am he; C “day” may mean the first day of creation or from this day forward].
No one can save people from my ·power [L hand];
when I do something, no one can ·change [undo; reverse] it.”

14 This is what the Lord, ·who saves you [your protector/redeemer; 41:14],
    the Holy One of Israel [1:4], says:
“I will ·send armies [L send] to Babylon for you,
    and I will ·knock down all its locked gates [or bring them down as fugitives].
The ·Babylonians [L Chaldeans] will ·shout their cries of sorrow [or flee in the ships they take such pride in].
15 I am the Lord, your Holy One [1:4],
the Creator of Israel, your King.”

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13     Yes, and from ancient days(A) I am he.(B)
No one can deliver out of my hand.
    When I act, who can reverse it?”(C)

God’s Mercy and Israel’s Unfaithfulness

14 This is what the Lord says—
    your Redeemer,(D) the Holy One(E) of Israel:
“For your sake I will send to Babylon
    and bring down as fugitives(F) all the Babylonians,[a](G)
    in the ships in which they took pride.
15 I am the Lord,(H) your Holy One,
    Israel’s Creator,(I) your King.(J)

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  1. Isaiah 43:14 Or Chaldeans

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