These expand our relationship:
1 Chr. 17: 12. He will build a House for Me and I shall establish his throne forever. 13. I shall be his Father, and he will be My son (Heb. 1:5) and I shall not take My loving kindness away from him, as I took it from the one, Saul, who was before you..
Gn. 2: 23. And Adam said, “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh. She will be called Wife (Ishah), because she was taken out of Husband (Ish).
Is. 54: 5. For your Maker is your Husband! His name is the LORD* of Hosts and your Redeemer the Holy One of Israel. He will be called The God of the Whole Earth.
Hos. 2: 18. And it will be at that Day, says the LORD*, you will call Me Ishi, MY Husband, and will no longer call Me Baali, My Husband.
Isaiah 54:5 and Hosea 2:18 bring a relationship that is more difficult for most of us to imagine, speaking of the most intimate of all relationships. That relationship is also alluded to in Psalm 91:4, referring to our finding refuge under His wings. The wing of a prayer shawl relates to marriage, as in Ruth 3:9. See Prayer Shawl elsewhere in Glossary.
Matthew. 12: 48. And He said to the one speaking to Him, “Who is My mother and who are My brothers?” 49. Then stretching out His hand to His disciples He said, “Behold My mother and My brothers. 50. For whoever would do the will of My Father, the One in the heavens, this one is My brother and sister and mother.” (Ps. 22:23, Heb. 2:12)
Mark. 4: 33. And answering them He said, “Who are My mother and My brothers?” 34. And looking around He said to those who were sitting all around Him, “Behold My mother and My brothers. 35. For whoever would do the will of God, this one is My brother and sister and mother.” (Ps. 22:23, Heb. 2:17)
Isaiah. 53:4. Surely He has borne our sicknesses, our pains; He carried them, yet we esteemed Him stricken, smitten of God and afflicted. (1 Pe. 2:24) 5. But He was wounded because of our transgressions, bruised because of our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon Him, and we have been healed by His wounds. (Matt. 8:17, Luke 24:46, 1 Pe. 2:24)
From elsewhere in Glossary we have this on Is. 53:5:
Isaiah 53:5 has an unusual twist because the word translated wounds or stripes is listed in modern Hebrew dictionaries with a different meaning. The word is Havurah. The confusion comes because another root, H-v-r, relates to fellowship, so at least one modern English translation used by Orthodox Jewish congregations in the U.S. translates this as fellowship, that we have been healed by fellowship with Him. That is true, because we serve the God of relationship and our relationship with Him is foundational to Godly living and to receiving His blessings. Khavurah literally means sore, but stripe(s) or wound(s) are appropriate translations. In Isaiah’s time all his readers understood that as stripes or wounds, but now we see more depth in those words. Khavurah is one of very few words in modern Hebrew that differs significantly from the ancient meaning. Still, remember that relationship with Him is what this is all about, a subliminal message in Isaiah 53:5.
Consider all the relationships our Heavenly Father desires to have with us: Father, wanting us to call Him Father. Husband, wanting us to call Him by the intimate, equal name of Ishi! Then He has Brother, Sister, even Mother! The more understanding we have of these relationships, the closer we come to appreciating His love for each one of us. Some will, only do this slowly, one step at a time, while others will get a revelation, a “suddenly” that will catapult them into His presence. The important point here is accept the words of this article, knowing that God Himself responds when you call Him “Father” or “my Husband!”
Rev. 21:9. Then one of the seven angels, of those who have the seven vials full of the seven last plagues, came and spoke with me saying, “You must come, I shall show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb.”
 (v.18) Ishi and baali both mean my husband, but baali also means my master in Hebrew. Ishi is the equal status in which Adam and Eve were created.
 (v.5) This is sin committed with the intention of angering God.
 (v.5) This is intentional sin. See Sin in Glossary.
 (v.5) These five verses tell of the ministry of Y’shua, His sacrifice for our deliverance and salvation. See Isaiah 53:5 in Glossary.