Isaiah Institute Translation
In his Day of Judgment Jehovah preserves alive those whose names are inscribed in the Book of Life.
1 Seven women will take hold of one manin that day, and say,We will eat our own food,wear our own clothes,only let us be called by your name—take away our reproach! 2 In that day the plant of Jehovah shall be beautiful and glorious, and the earth’s fruit the pride and glory of the survivors of Israel. 3 Then shall they who are left in Zion and they who remain in Jerusalem be called holy—all who were inscribed to be among the living at Jerusalem. 4 This shall be when my Lord has washed away the excrement of the women of Zion and cleansed Jerusalem of its bloodshed, in the spirit of justice, by a burning wind. 5 Over the whole site of Mount Zion, and over its solemn assembly, Jehovah will form a cloud by day and a mist glowing with fire by night: above all that is glorious shall be a canopy. 6 It shall be a shelter and shade from the heat of the day, a secret refuge from the downpour and from rain.
A pseudonym of Jehovah's end-time servant, who typifies Jehovah's holy ones, the "first-fruits" of the earth who survive a worldwide destruction and live into a millennial age of peace.
A chaos motif and pseudonym of the end-time king of Assyria/Babylon, who personifies the burning wind that obliterates Jehovah's unrepentant people and the nations after they are warned.
A term signifying the presence of Jehovah, whose pillar of cloud by day and of fire by night rests on his holy ones to protect them when he comes out in judgment against the wicked of the world.
A chaos motif and pseudonym of the end-time king of Assyria/Babylon and his alliance, whom Jehovah empowers to burn up the evildoers of his people and the nations in his Day of Judgment.
Storm imagery representing the end-time king of Assyria/Babylon and his alliance, a power of chaos that pours a Sodom-and-Gomorrah type of holocaust on a corrupt world.