As for our Redeemer
Or, "saith our Redeemer", as it may be supplied F5: or, "our Redeemer" will do this; inflict this punishment on Babylon, even he who has undertook our cause, and will deliver us from the Babylonish yoke, and return us to our land: these are the words of the Lord's people, expressing their faith in the things foretold of Babylon, and in their own deliverance: the Lord of hosts is his name;
and therefore able to redeem his people, and destroy his enemies, being the Lord of armies above and below, and having all at his command: the Holy One of Israel;
the sanctifier of them, their covenant God, and therefore will save them, and destroy their enemies, being hateful to him, because unholy and impure.
F5 "[Inquit] viudex noster", Junius & Tremellius; "hoc dicit", Piscator.