ESV - 4 Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is an everlasting rock.
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The larger passage from which the verse cited in the question is drawn speaks of how God, through His strength, has protected (and continues to protect) Israel by judging and punishing the nations (such as Moab, as mentioned in Isaiah 25:10) that have opposed it. I would also say that the "everlasting" aspect of this protection has a dual prophetic application to the followers of Christ and the growth of Christianity, as represented by the ultimate, eternal victory that will be gained through faith in Christ, and that is celebrated in the feast of victory described in Isaiah 25:6-9, which is also spoken of (in almost identical language) in Revelation 21:4
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