“And it shall come to passe in that day, that his burden shalbe taken away from off thy shoulder, and his yoke from off thy necke, and the yoke shalbe destroyed because of the anointing.”
1611 King James Version (KJV)
10:27 Burden - The burden of the Assyrian. The anointing - Possibly this may be understood of David, who is often mentioned in scripture by the name of God's anointed; and for whose sake, God gave many deliverances to the succeeding kings and ages, as is expressly affirmed, #1Kings 11:32|,34. God declares that he would give this very deliverance from the Assyrian, for David's sake, #2Kings 19:34 20:6|. But the Messiah is principally intended, of whom David was but a type; and who was in a particular manner anointed above his fellows, as is said, #Psal 45:7|. For he is the foundation of all the promises, #2Cor 1:20|, and of all the deliverances and mercies granted to God's people in all ages.