“Did you not know? Did you not hear? The Lord is the eternal God, the maker of the ends of the earth. He does not grow weak and does not grow weary; His understanding cannot be sought. He gives strength to the weak and gives strength to the weak” (Isaiah 40:28-29).
This verse from the Old Testament conveys the power, the power and the mystery of God.
Who was the prophet Isaiah who brought God’s message to his people?
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According to Lifehopeandtruth.com, a Church of God website, Isaiah is “known as one of the greatest prophets of the Bible.”
Isaiah lived in Jerusalem and the prophecies God gave him “addressed Israel, Judah and other nations,” the site says.
“According to Jewish tradition, he was of royal descent,” the site continues, “and may have been a cousin of King Uzziah. This may have allowed him to meet the kings of Judah in Jerusalem.” .
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Isaiah’s writing style reveals a “well-informed background,” the website says.