If the authors of the Bible were recorded only their thoughts about the "Supreme Being," it remains, of course, an interesting book, it would be deprived of its special significance. It could be easily put into a bookcase on the same shelf with the same works of the human spirit. But the Bible writers certainly point out that they do not transmit their thoughts, they just write down what showed up and said to them, God! As an example, let us take the book of Isaiah, which has already been discussed. Undoubtedly, the prophet of God wrote perceived that, in particular, confirms the frequent repetition of these turns of speech: "The word that came in a vision Isaiah the son of Amoz ..." (2: 1); "And the Lord said ..." (3:16); "And the Lord said to me ..." (8: 1). In Isaiah chapter 6 describes how he was calling on the prophet's ministry: he saw the throne of God, and God spoke to him. "And I heard the voice of the Lord, saying ..." (6: 8).