“But this is a people robbed.
This is a people plundered.
All of them are trapped in holes.
They are hidden in prisons.
They have become a prey,
With no one to rescue them.
They have become a spoil,
With none to say.
Who among you will give heed to this?
Who will attend for the time to come?
Who will listen for the time to come?
Who gave up Jacob to the spoiler?
Who gave up Israel to the robbers?
Was it not Yahweh?
They have sinned against him.
They would not walk in his ways.
They would not obey his law.
So he poured upon him
The heat of his anger.
He poured upon him
The fury of war.
It set him on fire all around.
But he did not understand.
It burned him.
But he did not take it to heart.”
In this section of Second Isaiah, it talks about the people and the individual servant together. The Israelite servants were robbed and plundered, and then put into prison holes. No one would rescue them as they were prey and a spoil to others. No one wanted to restore them to their former ways. No one paid attention. Yahweh made Jacob or Israel fall to these robbers and spoilers. This happened because they had sinned against Yahweh. They would not walk in his ways or follow his laws. Thus Yahweh poured out his heat and anger on his servant with the fury of a war. He set his servant on fire, but he still does not understand what was happening. He got burned, but he did not take it to heart.