Verse Isaiah 41:10 Complete and with Explanation

Discover all about verse 41:10 of the Catholic Bible, complete, in spoken audio and with its reflection. Read on!

Isaiah 41 10 of the Bible

“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God who strengthens you; I will always help you, I will always uphold you with the right hand of my righteousness.” Reina-Valera 1960.

Isaiah 41 verse 10 complete in audio

Below, we leave you a nice video that narrates one of the best Christian verses, we hope you enjoy it very much:

What the Bible says about Fear and God’s Power: Isaiah 41:10 | The Bible Explained

Isaiah 41 complete in English

The best way to situate and understand the verse Isaiah 41:10 is to show it within the chapter of which it is a part.

Below, we leave you with chapter 41 of the book of the Prophet Isaiah in its entirety from the Reina-Valera 1960 version of the Bible. In addition, the font size is larger to make it easier to read:

41 Listen to me, O coastlands, and let the peoples be strong; let them draw near, and then let them speak; let us stand together in judgment.

Who hath stirred up the righteous from the east, and called him to follow him, and delivered up nations before him, and made him to rule over kings; he hath delivered them to his sword as dust, as stubble that his bow taketh away?

He followed them, passed in peace along a path where his feet had never entered.

Who made and performed this? Who calls the generations from the beginning? I am Jehovah, the first, and I myself with the last.

The coasts saw, and were afraid; the ends of the earth were astonished; they gathered themselves together, and came.

Every man helped his neighbor, and to his brother he said, “Be strong.

The carpenter encouraged the silversmith, and he that smoothed with the hammer him that beat upon the anvil, saying, The weld is good; and he fastened it with nails, that it should not be moved.

But you, O Israel, are my servant; you, O Jacob, whom I have chosen, the offspring of Abraham my friend.

For I took thee from the ends of the earth, and called thee from far countries, and said unto thee, Thou art my servant; I have chosen thee, and not cast thee away.

Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God who strengthens you; I will always help you, I will always uphold you with the right hand of my righteousness.

Behold, all who are angry with you will be put to shame and confounded; they will be as nothing, and those who contend with you will perish.

Thou shalt seek them that contend with thee, and shalt not find them: they shall be as nothing, and as a thing that is not, they that make war against thee.

For I the LORD am your God, who holds you by your right hand, and says to you, Fear not, I will help you.

Fear not, O worm of Jacob, O ye few of Israel; I am thy help, saith the LORD; the Holy One of Israel is thy Redeemer.

Behold, I have made thee a threshing-floor, a new threshing-floor, full of teeth; thou shalt thresh the mountains, and beat them, and shalt beat the hills into chaff.

Thou shalt winnow them, and the wind shall carry them away, and the whirlwind shall scatter them: but thou shalt rejoice in the LORD, thou shalt glory in the Holy One of Israel.

The afflicted and needy seek water, but there is none; their tongue is parched with thirst; I the LORD will hear them, I the God of Israel will not forsake them.

I will open rivers on the heights, and fountains in the midst of the valleys; I will open pools of water in the wilderness, and springs of water in the dry land.

In the wilderness I will give cedars, acacias, myrtles, and olive trees; in the desert I will set cypresses, pines, and boxwoods together,

that they may see and know, and that they may all perceive and understand, that the hand of the LORD does this, and that the Holy One of Israel created it.

Plead your cause, saith the LORD; give your proofs, saith the King of Jacob.

Bring us, announce to us what is to come; tell us what has happened from the beginning, and we will set our hearts on it; let us also know the end of it, and let us understand what is to come.

Give us tidings of what shall be hereafter, that we may know that ye are gods; or at least do good, or do evil, that we may have something to tell, and wonder together.

Behold, ye are nothing, and your works are vanity: he that hath chosen you is an abomination.

From the north I have raised up one, and he shall come; from the rising of the sun he shall call upon my name; and he shall tread down princes like clay, and as the potter treads the potter’s clay.

Who announced it from the beginning, that we might know; or of old time, and we shall say: It is just? Yes, there is no one to proclaim; yes, there is no one to teach; yes, there is no one to hear your words.

I am the first who taught these things to Zion, and to Jerusalem I will give a messenger of glad tidings.

I looked, and there was none; and I inquired of these things, and there was no counselor; I asked them, and they answered not a word.

Behold, they are all vanity, and their works are nothing; wind and vanity are their molten images.

Meaning of isaiah 41:10 and reflection

Let us unravel phrase by phrase the meaning of the verse Isaiah 41:10.

Fear not for I am your god

“Fear not, for I am with you.”

The verse begins with words that unequivocally point to our ability to overcome fear thanks to our faith in God.

All our worries about the future, family, work, etc., can add up and lead us to stress and anxiety, which are just two more faces of fear.

This phrase reassures us and gives us peace, because it indicates that God is present, always attentive and ready to take care of us.

“Faint not, for I am your God who strengthens you.”

In other words: do not give up because I am your God who will strengthen you.

In the Kingdom of God we will never lose heart, for He endows us with all the energy and strength necessary to overcome any difficulty, no matter how hard it may be.

God is rest; our fundamental support.

Let us always remember that, although the world in which we live is sometimes hostile, the real battle is within us and it is against our lack of faith. Faith in God fortifies us and prepares us to overcome any challenge we face, whether it be illness, work problems, material needs, etc.

“I will always help you, I will always uphold you with the right hand of my righteousness.”

God’s help is infinite. He accompanies us and gives us the courage and help we need even in the most adverse situations of life, supporting us with his right hand, which symbolizes holiness and justice. He who is sustained by the Lord through faith will never be overthrown by demons.

Historical context of Isaiah 41:10

The biblical verse Isaiah 41:10 is one of the most sought after and recurrent of the Holy Scriptures. These are words that transmit to us at the moment a pleasant feeling of security. By reading Isaiah 41:10 we are directly acquainted with the mercy, justice, goodness and mercy of God. It is normal, therefore, that we are accompanied by a beautiful feeling of happiness as soon as we finish pronouncing this beautiful verse.

To understand the full depth of Isaiah 41:10 we must place the birth of these sacred words in their historical context.

The book of Isaiah reflects a period of threat. A time when the Assyrian empire is expanding throughout the world, even conquering the Kingdom of Israel.

Today, there seems to be an almost unanimous consensus among historians and biblical scholars on the triple authorship of the book of the Prophet Isaiah.

  • First Isaiah. Chapters 1 to 39.
  • Second Isaiah. Chapters 40 to 55.
  • Third Isaiah. Chapters 56 to 66.

The verse Isaiah 41:10 would therefore be attributed to the second Isaiah, an anonymous prophet of the exile.

As we will see below, the fundamental theme of chapter 41 is consolation. A much-needed comfort for those who are enduring the humiliation of exile in that harsh era.

Thousands of years later, the same words written to comfort the ancient inhabitants of Israel come to us to remind us that we are not alone.

God wants us to remember that we are his children. He wants us to feel His presence and protection, and we do so every time we turn to Isaiah 41:10.

Song of Isaiah 41:10

And now to say goodbye we want to leave you with one last video. In this case it is the song “NO FEAR (Isaiah 41 10)” interpreted by Gabriela Cartulano with which we can enjoy these precious verses in a precious and special format:

Isaiah 41:10 (Scripture Worship Song)

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