Thoughts From Isaiah 43:10-11

“But you are my witnesses, O Israel!” says the LORD. “You are my servant. You have been chosen to know me, believe in me, and understand that I alone am God. There is no other God- there never has been, and there never will be. [11] I, yes I, am the LORD, and there is no other Savior.
Isaiah 43:10-11 NLT

In the Old Testament, the people of Israel were God’s witnesses or messengers. They were responsible for telling the world who God is and what He’s done. Ever since Jesus came, though, that job has been given to believers. We have a responsibility to tell others about who Jesus is and what He’s done in our lives.

Folks, it’s not an easy job. People aren’t always eager to receive our message. In fact, many messengers have been killed for delivering it, including most of Jesus’ disciples and the apostle Paul. The good news is that the Holy Spirit goes where the message goes. He will be with us, guiding our words and blessing our work. No messenger of God ever works alone.

As with anything we do, hard work is the secret to becoming a good messenger. First we need to learn the message. We do that by reading the Bible and talking with experienced believers. Then comes the delivery. The more we practice what to say, the more confident we become in saying it. The more we talk to people, the more we discover how they respond and what questions or arguments they have. Remember, experience is the key.

Author: Bobby Robinson, Jr

Biblical perspective on Life, Society, Culture, Politics, and Religion!

2 thoughts on “Thoughts From Isaiah 43:10-11”

  1. I’ve recently been struck by how God gave Joseph favour with the prison guard and the king. God allows us to receive the open ears of others, by granting us favour in their eyes. Collaboration with God is fun!

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