6276. And said, The God before whom my fathers walked, Abraham and Isaac. That this signifies the Divine from which internal good and internal truth had life, is evident from the signification of "God," as being the Divine; from the signification of "walking," as being to live, or to have life (see n. 519, 1794); from the representation of Abraham, as being in the supreme sense the Lord's Divine Itself; and from the representation of Isaac, as being His Divine rational, thus the internal human-for Jacob is the Lord's Divine natural, or His external human (see n. 2011, 3245, 3305, 3439, 4615). But in the representative sense "Abraham" is internal good, and "Isaac" internal truth (n. 3703, 6098, 6185). That these things in the representative sense are signified by "Abraham and Isaac," is because that good and truth which are in the Lord's kingdom proceed from His Divine and Divine Human; and make the Lord Himself to be there; thus He Himself is His kingdom.