93. Since the angel Gabriel said to Mary, "The Holy One that will be born from you will be called the Son of God," I will now quote passages from the Word to show that the Lord in his human manifestation is called "the Holy One of Israel":
I was seeing in visions, behold a Wakeful and Holy One coming down from heaven. (Daniel 4:13, 23)
God will come from Teman, and the Holy One from Mount Paran. (Habakkuk 3:3)
I, Jehovah, am holy, the Creator of Israel, your Holy One. (Isaiah 43:15)
Thus said Jehovah, the Redeemer of Israel, its Holy One. (Isaiah 49:7)
I am Jehovah your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior. (Isaiah 43:1, 3)
As for our Redeemer, Jehovah Sabaoth is his name, the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 47:4)
Thus says Jehovah, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 43:14; 48:17)
Jehovah Sabaoth is his name, and your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 54:5)
They challenged God and the Holy One of Israel. (Psalms 78:41)
They have abandoned Jehovah and provoked the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 1:4)
They said, "Cause the Holy One of Israel to cease from our faces. Therefore thus said the Holy One of Israel. " (Isaiah 30:11-12)
Those who say, "His work should go quickly so we may see it; and the counsel of the Holy One of Israel should approach and come. " (Isaiah 5:19)
In that day they will depend on Jehovah, on the Holy One of Israel, in truth. (Isaiah 10:20)
Shout and rejoice, daughter of Zion, because great in your midst is the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 12:6)
A saying of the God of Israel: "In that day his eyes will look toward the Holy One of Israel. " (Isaiah 17:7)
The poor among people will rejoice in the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 29:19; 41:16)
The earth is full of guilt against the Holy One of Israel. (Jeremiah 50:29)
Also see Isaiah 55:5; 60:9; and elsewhere.
"The Holy One of Israel" means the Lord in his divine human manifestation, for the angel says to Mary, "The Holy One that will be born from you will be called the Son of God" (Luke 1:35).
From the passages just cited that describe Jehovah as the Holy One of Israel, you can see that although the names are different, "Jehovah" and "the Holy One of Israel" are one.
Many, many passages show that the Lord is called the God of Israel, such as Isaiah 17:6; 21:10, 17; 24:15; 29:23; Jeremiah 7:3; 9:15; 11:3; 13:12; 16:9; 19:3, 15; 23:2; 24:5; 25:15, 27; 29:4, 8, 21, 25; 30:2; 31:23; 32:14-15, 36; 33:4; 34:2, 13; 35:13, 17-19; 37:7; 38:17; 39:16; 42:9, 15, 18; 43:10; 44:2, 7, 11, 25; 48:1; 50:18; 51:33; Ezekiel 8:4; 9:3; 10:19-20; 11:22; 43:2; 44:2; Zephaniah 2:9; and Psalms 41:13; 59:5; 68:8.