Jewish Mysticism
“He shall come as a redeemer,” the Messiah (semah ge’ullah) is in Yesod who causes the redemption to overflow below. “To those in Jacob who turn back from sin,” they reflect the blemish from the aspect of repentance, which is Binah. “Declares the Lord,” Tif’eret and Malkhut. “As for Me, this shall be My covenant,” the bond of Malkhut in Tif’eret. “As for Me” (wa-’ani), [the word] ’ani refers to Malkhut below and the waw to Tif’eret above. “This” (zo’t) refers to Malkhut below and “My covenant” (beriti) to Yesod. Thus are the two aspects, Malkhut in Tif’eret and Malkhut in Yesod.

Translated by Elliot Wolfson in “Tiqqun ha-Shekhinah- Redemption and the Overcoming of Gender Dimorphism in the Messianic Kabbalah of Moses Hayyim Luzzatto,” History of Religions 36 (1997) 289-332.