(a) The prophet says that he will never cease to declare to the people the good tidings of their deliverance.
(b) Till they have full deliverance: and this the prophet speaks to encourage all other ministers to the setting forth of God's mercies toward his Church.
(c) You will have a more excellent fame than you have had till now.
(d) He will value you as dear and precious as a king does his crown.
(e) You will no longer be contemned as a woman forsaken by her husband.
(f) That it may be replenished with children.
(g) As they confess one faith and religion with you, they are in the same bond of marriage with you, and they are called the children of the Church, as Christ makes her plentiful to bring forth children to him.
(h) Prophets, pastors and ministers.
(i) He exhorts the ministers never to cease to call on God by prayer for the deliverance of his Church and to teach others to do the same.
(k) For the restoration of which all the world will praise him.
(l) Signifying the great number that would come to the Church, and what means he would prepare for the restitution of the same, as in (Isaiah 57:14).
(m) You prophets and ministers show the people of this their deliverance: which was chiefly meant of our salvation by Christ, (Zechariah 9:9) ; (Matthew 21:5).
(n) He will have all power to bring his purpose to pass, as in (Isaiah 40:10).
(o) That is, one over whom God has had a singular care to recover her when she was lost.
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Beza, Theodore. "Commentary on Isaiah 62". "The 1599 Geneva Study Bible". https://www.studylight.org/
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