Could you share the meaning of this verse? Who is talking? "Ye [are] my witnesses, saith the...
LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I [am] he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me." Isaiah 43:10
One of the most knowledgeble men of the 20th century was Neville Goddard. His grasp of the true meaning behind the scriptures is phenomenal.
One very good book to read is The Magic of Imagination - based on lectures by Neville - edited by Margaret Ruth Broome.
This book is likely in your local library. Bless you. Zara Z
God is the one speaking (through the prophet Isaiah). The witnesses are the people of Israel. The witnesses should testify that He is the only true God, that He is eternal.
What is the meaning of this verse? God's people had turned away from their devotion to the true and living God and turned their devotion to false gods, idols. Isaiah, being moved by the Holy Spirit, spoke to God's people ("Ye are my witnesses") to remind them that there is only one true and living God, the LORD. There was no God before Him and there will be no God formed after Him.
Many people today reject the true and living God and worship false gods. Some even desire to be gods, which is the lie of the devil in Genesis 3 and the reason why Lucifer was ultimately thrown from heaven in Isaiah 14.
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