The book of Isaiah can be difficult for modern readers to grasp. It is longer than any other Old Testament book except for Psalms and deals with judgments on a wayward and sinful nation, prophecies about deliverance both immediate and long-term, promises of a coming Messiah, and a host of other challengers for translators and scholars alike.
That being said, Isaiah is rich with language and imagery that has stood the test of time. It is a frequent source of comfort and hope for millions, and many figures of the New Testament returned multiple times to Isaiah to point to Jesus as the promised Messiah and the One Who fulfilled many prophecies about the One God would send to deliver His people. Despite the overall message of judgment and retribution for their sins, the Jews rightly acknowledged Isaiah’s message as one of hope and redemption.
According to their deeds, accordingly He will repay, Fury to His adversaries, Recompense to His enemies; The coastlands He will fully repay. Isaiah 59:18.
Beloved I pray for you. May God repay your oppressors according to their deeds. Fury to your adversaries, and payback to your enemies. According to their evil deeds may God fully repay in Jesus Name. Shalom