AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE

The great Biblical prophet, Isaiah, caught glorious glimpses of God's nature and prophesied the coming of the Messiah, or Saviour. He also perceived something of the true nature of man as God's witness. On one occasion his thought was so exalted that he felt himself to be in the very presence of the Almighty. He thought of his own impurity and of the sins of his people and evidently repented of his own sins.

Isaiah testifies that one of the seraphims who stood by the Lord came and touched his lips with a live coal—the sign of purification—and his iniquity was removed. Immediately Isaiah heard the voice of God asking who should be sent and who should go to uncover to the people their sins. Without hesitation the prophet cried (Isa. 6:8), "Here am I; send me," and then he went forth on his great mission to arouse the people and to turn their thoughts to God and His mighty power. Isaiah thus served as an authorized representative of his creator.

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