Verse 22. "Who redeemed Abraham" - As God redeemed Abraham from among idolaters and workers of iniquity, so will he redeem those who hear the words of the Book, and are humbled before him, ver. 18, 19.
"Concerning the house of Jacob "The God of the house of Jacob"" - I read la El as a noun, not a preposition: the parallel line favours this sense; and there is no address to the house of Jacob to justify the other.
"Neither shall his face now wax pale "His face shall no more be covered with confusion."" - " wrwjy yechoro, Chald. ut o metabalei, Theod.
entraphsetai, Syr. wrpjn necaphro, videtur legendum wrpjy yechepheru: hic enim solum legitur verbum, rwj chavar, nec in linguis affinibus habet pudoris significationem." -SECKER. "Here alone is the verb rwj charar read; nor has it in the cognate languages the signification of shame."
Verse 23. "But when he seeth his children, the work of mine hands "For when his children shall see the work of my hands"" - For wtwarb birotho I read twarb biroth, with the Septuagint and Syriac.