Verse 10. "The ransomed" - yywdp peduyey, from hdp padah, "to redeem by paying a price." Those for whom a price was paid down to redeem them from bondage and death.
"Sighing shall flee away." - hjna anachah. Never was a sorrowful accent better expressed than in this strong guttural word, an-ach-ah; nearly the same with the Irish in their funeral wailings, och-och-on. The whole nation express all their mournful accents by these three monosyllables.
THIS chapter contains the following parts:-
1. We have here blessed promises of the latter-day glory.
2. The prophet may be considered as addressing the teachers of the Gospel, to show them that it was their husiness to encourage and direct the people in their expectation of redemption.
3. A promise of the manifestation of God among men is given.
4. The miracles which Christ should work are explicitly mentioned.
5. The privileges of Christianity are specified; there skall be, 1. Thorough teaching; 2. Holy walking.
6. Perfect safety.
7. Complete kappiness. And] 8. Final glory.
The chapter shows also that no impurity should be tolerated in the Church of God; for as that is the mystical body of Christ, it should be like himself, without spot or wrinkle, or any such thing.