The Servant of the LORD is raised up by the incomparable God, causing praise to Him (42:1-25). Based on these prophecies, the LORD exhorts Israel to note the oracles, remember His love, and prepare to flee from the captivity (48:1-21). Israel is put away over her sins, but the Servant of the LORD is obedient ffor by His suffering can comfort the weary (50:1-11). Chosen Israel, the promised nation, should look in faith to the LORD for another return to the land (51:1-16). The people of God, therefore, will be blessed with redemption and dominion (54:1-17).