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Isaiah 43:26

    Isaiah 43:26 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    Put me in remembrance: let us plead together: declare thou, that thou mayest be justified.

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    Put me in remembrance: let us plead together: declare you, that you may be justified.

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    Put me in remembrance; let us plead together: set thou forth thy cause , that thou mayest be justified.

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    Put me in mind of this; let us take up the cause between us: put forward your cause, so that you may be seen to be in the right.

    Webster's Revision

    Put me in remembrance; let us plead together: set thou forth thy cause , that thou mayest be justified.

    World English Bible

    Put me in remembrance. Let us plead together. Set forth your case, that you may be justified.

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    Put me in remembrance; let us plead together: set thou forth thy cause, that thou mayest be justified.

    Definitions for Isaiah 43:26

    Let - To hinder or obstruct.

    Barnes' Notes on Isaiah 43:26

    Put me in remembrance - That is, urge all the arguments in your own defense which you can urge. State everything in self-vindication which can be stated. The language here is taken from the practice of courts when a cause is on trial; and God urges them on their side, to urge all in self-vindication which they can urge. On his part, he alleged that the princes and rulers of the nation had sinned Isaiah 43:27; that the whole nation had transgressed Isaiah 43:23-24, and that for this they were justly punished Isaiah 43:28. He here urges them to advance all in self-defense which they could - if they could pretend that He had forgotten anything; that they had merits which he had not considered; or that he had charged them with crime with undue severity.

    Let us plead together - Hebrew, 'Let us be judged together' (see the note at Isaiah 41:1).

    Declare thou, that thou mayest be justified - That you may show that you are just, or righteous; that you may demonstrate that you are unjustly accused of crime, and punished with undue severity.

    Wesley's Notes on Isaiah 43:26

    43:26 Put me - I remember nothing by which thou hast deserved my favour.