Isaiah 43:11


“I, even I, am the LORD; and beside me there is no saviour.”

King James Version (KJV)



Other Translations of Isaiah 43:11

“I, euen I am the Lord, and beside me there is no Sauiour.”
King James Version (1611) - View original scan of Isaiah chapter 43

“"I, even I, am the LORD, And there is no savior besides Me.”
New American Standard Version (1995)

“I, even I, am Jehovah; and besides me there is no saviour.”
American Standard Version (1901)

“I, even I, am the Lord; and there is no saviour but me.”
Basic English Bible

“I, I [am] Jehovah; and besides me there is no saviour.”
Darby Bible

“I am, I am the Lord: and there is no saviour besides me. ”
Douay Rheims Bible

“I, even I, am the LORD; and besides me there is no savior. ”
Webster's Bible

“I myself am Yahweh; and besides me there is no savior.”
World English Bible

“I -- I [am] Jehovah, And besides Me there is no saviour.”
Youngs Literal Bible

“ I, even I, am the LORD; and beside Me there is no saviour.”
Jewish Publication Society Bible


Bob J's comment on 2020-08-09 13:52:08:

Thank You Claire!

May the spirit of the Lord be with you also today...


Mishael On The Harvest's comment on 2020-05-26 23:07:55:

Instead of washing your mouth out with soap (yes, they did that)>>> you renew your mind With the washing of the Word of God.

Studying takes time, lots of time! First you need to be baptized into the Holy Spirit so you can understand what you're reading. He is your Teacher.

Jesus said to Follow Him, so you gotta get boots on and see which way he's goin.

A new song: if you're saved and you know it..... tell someone. :D

That's when you find out people have questions and you're not sure about the answers.

Look. Everybody else is out of the closet, so should be Christians. Then there's the fact that our country kicked Jesus out of schools in 1962.

In 1973, Roe vs Wade made it legal to abort college tuition payers who would become future taxpayers so your future as a retiree would be secure too. No one anticipated future fallout from that. I asked God what can we do, and He said he was going to take care of it! Did you know all the little almost babies are in heaven now, alive and well. Heaven is going to be fantastic. And there will be pizza too.

If you draw close to God so that your footsteps are almost on His, you will learn many things. He's the most interesting person I ever met. Study the relationship between Father and Son; Son and Holy Spirit. What do they say about each other? What do they do together? Look at this planet and the universe and note all the sheer numbers and varieties of each species, landscapes, vegetation's. Imprint your memories. Isaiah 51:6,

2nd Peter 3:10-12. New Jerusalem will be even more beautifully adorned.

What an exciting time for you. We are the generation that will NOT pass away till all these things happen.

You may be the workers of the Lord of the Harvest. Praise God.

Now go look up all these scriptures :)

Who's sleeping? We have to wash clothes & fold them too. Read some of the history at the bottom of this page. Hit it hard all weekend...


willie's comment on 2020-05-26 16:45:24:

Ok verse 25 says he blots out or transgressions for his sake, can anyone explain to me how I can be forgiven if I willfully sinned knowing it was wrong when i did it. I've repented but feel do distant from God. I know i am not the only one i read a lot of comments about people not feeling forgiven. Someone help


Mishael's comment on 2020-05-23 02:54:21:

No one is going to agree on the time of the Caught Up (rapture). IT'S A MYSTERY!

Trying to predict it is akin to those who predicted 1988 to be that time. It didn't happen.

The harmony of the gospels all agree that ONLY the Father knows. Jesus is seated at the right hand of God until such time. He's interceding for ALL saints, presently.

Caught Up clearly means that Jesus will NOT descend all the way to earth (as most have agreed upon). This is happening in the air. We escape the law of gravity in a blink. He meets us, and we are transformed. Those who sleep will rise with their transformed bodies. Jesus our Bridegroom, will take His Bride to a wedding and supper. There will be wine.

Who cares what exact date that happens? What is the fear? Do we think, oh I still have time to willfully sin a bit longer? Or maybe you'll think about getting loved ones born again? That's so HOLLOW. This is one time not to procrastinate.

We are TOLD to be ready with our lamps full of the oil of the Holy Spirit. Oil in one hand and "wedding dress" on.

I have sensed by what I've read, that readiness is the key consideration.

The Caught Up is NOT the triumphant return. We will not be here when the remainder of unfulfilled prophesies are suddenly fulfilled. Woe to everybody who chooses a TRIB. Don't be a Virgin with an empty Lamp!!!

Have you timed a twinkling of eye blink?

Get your last minute cares done NOW. Or you may be LEFT BEHIND. No oil, no wedding apparel, so sorry.

If you write a book on pre, mid, or post tribulation, I will not buy it. I'm ready to fly now :D


Mary Jane Humes's comment on 2020-05-22 18:03:18:

Rich, here is a verse for you: 1 John 1:9 "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness."

Praise God for His forgiveness!


Jesse's comment on 2020-05-21 19:45:30:


Isaiah 43:25 would apply to everyone as far as sin goes. At that time, it would have applied to the Jews. There were no Christians at that time. Jesus Christ came and paid the penalty for sin. When you received Christ, your sins were wiped away and forgiven. He paid a debt none of us could pay. Every sin you've ever committed in the past, and any sin you commit in the future, have been forgiven because Christ paid for that sin by shedding His blood at the cross.

This does not mean that if you commit an act of sin after you are saved, that you don't have to confess that sin and ask for forgiveness. Even though Jesus paid for our sin, when we commit an act of sin, we break our fellowship with Him, and we must confess that sin and ask for His grace and mercy to forgive that act, and to restore that fellowship back with Him. However, your relationship as a child of God remains intact.

2 Corinthians 5:21 says "For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him." There's no sin in Christ. He didn't deserve to die. But God made Him to be sin for us. He died our death, that we could be made the righteousness of God in Him. When we stand before God one day, we're going to know we don't deserve to be there. But we enter in because He will see Christ in us, and in Christ, there is no sin.


Rich's comment on 2020-05-21 16:39:31:

Can we as Christians believe these same promises that God gave to the Israelis or are they just to the Jewish people at that time, Isaiah 43 vs 25, will he blot out my sins for his own sake if I ask for forgiveness?


Chris's comment on 2020-04-30 23:05:41:

Pamela, I can explain the Statutes (not statues) of the LORD, but it would be helpful to you (I hope) that the other similar utterings from God be quickly explained. So when you read the Scriptures, you will know what they mean.

Commandments: are Orders or Charges.

Judgements: instructions as to what to do in a situation.

Statutes (also given as Ordinances): decrees or requirements or boundaries set by God.

Law: is a general word to encompass the above, but of course, Law can be given by God or man.

That is a very brief description that may help you even though it may seem a little puzzling to us today. The Jews who read their Torah, the Psalms & the Prophets, knew well the meaning of those words & how they applied to them.


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-30 21:12:28:

But Chris, we are not looking for the natural and logical understanding of 2Peter 3:8; we are looking for the wisdom of God, hidden in the mystery in which they spoke.


Chris's comment on 2020-04-30 20:20:49:

Kenneth, so from your last answer, we can only assume that you don't connect the existence of sin in the world today with the sin for which Jesus died. In other words, the evil (sin) around us today, is not really the sin that Jesus died for at the Cross. So how do you classify the sin of today? Why is it different? Is there then no hope for mankind now, since God (or some other deity) has not mercifully come forward to offer us 'another' way for cleansing & forgiveness? Then the ultimate question: why do we then even bother about God since He has no further interest in us & indeed the many believers who have experienced new life in Christ (by the indwelling Holy Spirit) are now left as believing a lie, misguided, destitute & destined for hell?

How do you see your position in the world & before God, given the belief that sin no longer exists? Is there a life after death awaiting you, or do you adopt the atheistic position of 'to the dust we return & that's the end of it all? I'm sure you've given much thought to these questions as you would need to personally substantiate your 'new' understanding of the Scriptures, or else your mind would never rest.


Adam's comment on 2020-04-30 09:54:33:

Sin and evil abound today. Satan wants people to believe it doesn't exist since he loves deceiving people into sinning and disobeying God. Jesus paid the debt of sin for everyone but it's up to each person to accept that gift. Even thought the debt is paid doesn't mean people aren't still sinning. Today in every major city through the world there will be violence, rape, and murder. That is both evil and sin. To claim those unspeakable acts aren't sin is inconsistent with the Bible. Have a nice day.


Alex's comment on 2020-04-30 06:17:50:

The Father says he will Not judge the world and Jesus also says he will not judge the world its only his Words that will judge the world Which is the H.G. His words are living beings that come from heaven they are the seeds of the sower that are gonna be planted in humanity Jesus said when HE the spirit of truth is come he will reprove the world of sin and judgement and righteousness they are our new inner men the h.g. the gifts of God to humanity they have to be born in us they come from his mouth his words + our hearing as faith comes by hearing. The Son that is gonna judge the world is the H.G. And they are also his fire as the prophet said i will make the words in your mouth as fire and this ppl the wood.His baptism of fire is gonna destroy mans Adamic nature.Thats y God is refers to as a consuming fire the H.g. is that consuming fire Jesus said the H.G. will come in His name meaning the H.G is his son his offspring simply b/c the H.G comes outa of his loins ( his seed ) his BREATH, his words etc.Just as Solomon came outta of the loins of David the H.G will come outa of the loins of Christ meaning his seed which are his Words.Thats y we cannot speak a word against the h.g. simply b/c he is our own personal God if we are not faithfull to what belongs to God he will not give us our own God which is his Son the H.G. HIS NAME IS EMANUEL GOD WITH US,Remember to whom the word came it made them Gods.Why am i telling ya all this simply b/c without a 3 rd person there cannot be an Israel of God which is the multiplication of God in humanity via his WORD THE Promise. Now maybe you will understand y jesus was so passionate about about the babes and sucklings THEY ARE SPIRITS that which is born of the spirit is spirit the h.g. which answers to the babes and sucklings, mankinds fruit unto God


Pamela Rogers's comment on 2020-04-30 05:53:06:

Exodus 15:26

Please explain the Lord's statues


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-30 03:12:12:

These associations enlighten us about the works of God, from the beginning of the Creation; to clarify things and show us the greatness of our salvation.

Yes, you are correct. Evidence of evil is all around us; however, sin is gone. The KJVBible gives us the history of the days of the Creation, it is not about man. It is about other dimensions, using things which can be easily understood, to enlighten us about things we cannot understand.


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-30 02:58:47:

These associations enlighten us about the works of God, from the beginning of the Creation; to clarify things and show us the greatness of our salvation.

Yes, you are correct. Evidence of evil is all around us; however, sin is gone. The KJVBible gives us the history of the days of the Creation, it is not about man. It is about other dimensions, using things which can be easily understood, to enlighten us about things we cannot understand.


Chris's comment on 2020-04-30 00:20:45:

Kenneth, you have inundated us with your understanding of the Bible, especially with associations of days of creation with other parts of the Bible. Even though you present some strange teachings that have no bearing on the Truth of Scripture, I hear what you are saying. And to what extent do all these associations go to enlighten us or strengthen us in the knowledge of God, His Son & the greatness of our salvation? To me, it is still strange teaching that does not stay true to the message of the Bible.

Rather, your declaration that 'Jesus died on the Cross for the sins of mankind shows that sin is no more in existence', is the more concerning to me. At least on this score, you are referring to known facts of man's inherent wickedness & rebellion to God, & his need of a Saviour to deal with the sin question. However, according to your understanding, at the Cross, sin of man was dealt with, thereby removing sin altogether from the world, hence no further punishment for it. Am I correct? How did you arrive at this, considering that the evidence of man's wickedness is all around & growing. Then how do you account for this rampant wickedness when 'sin no longer exists'? Do you think that there could be some connection between the two? Or are our personal sins & crimes in society deserve another designation & of no further interest to the Godhead? I could go further, but some rhetorical questions only to you, if I may: how do you account for sin = aberrations of mind or in action that may come up each day in your life? Do they exist? Do you give it a name? How do you deal with it? Is there a consequence to them? Thank you.


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-29 18:00:29:

I believe the original sin is revealed in Isaiah 14:13-15.


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-29 17:19:04:

The dialogue is from the beginning, in 2Peter 3:3, and by verse 8; the KJVReader is on the fourth day, looking to the fifth day and sixth day with the six, "thousand years," in Revelation 20:2-7."


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-29 17:13:02:

As well, I've not given any further comment on 2 Pet 3:8, as I believe that I've given the natural & logical understanding of that verse as it ties in with the preceding verses, esp, vv 3 & 4.

The dialogue is from the beginning, in 2Peter 3:3, and by verse 8 the KJVReader is on the fourth day, looking to the fifth day and sixth day in Revelation 20:1-7.


Kenneth Redden's comment on 2020-04-29 17:07:21:

This interpretation comes from Paul's demonstration of the "hidden," wisdom of God, 1Co 2:4 & 7 KJV.


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