You have no reading comprehension. When you say that Isaiah 44:28 and Isaiah 45:1 speak of Cyrus II, who worshiped, honored, and served Marduk, you do so out of desperation and fear of what it really means if Cyrus is not who the passage concerns, (because the alternative does not agree with your doctrine). YHWH says that the "Kuros" of that passage is both His Shepherd and His Mashiyach. You do therefore indeed equate the Most High with a false Babylonian idol-god because Cyrus clearly worshiped Marduk and you say that Cyrus was both the Shepherd and the Mashiyach of the Most High God.
You have already shown that you will not see any evidence even when it is set right in front of your very own eyes. In addition Isaiah 45 is right there in the midst of the "suffering servant" passages and yet, out of the sky blue thin air, you take a worshiper of Marduk and make him the central character and Mashiyach of the suffering servant passages. Talk about desperation! :crackup:
So you think that this text: "“Thus says Y-H-W-H to His anointed, To Koresh, whose right hand I have held— To subdue nations before him"
does not speak about Koresh??
If that's what you think, that further discussion is futile.