‘Who is a God like you…’ (Micah 7:18)
Who is like Jehovah? Found at the beginning of the book of Micah, and at the end of the book, Micah sums up with, “Who is a God like you?”
Well, this is a question that people should ponder daily, for the Lord is incomparable to all things, big and small.
He is incomparable in His holiness, His power and His love.”
There is none like Him.
So then, the answer to the question that Micah asks is, “No one is a God like you.”
He is the One true and only Living God.
Our relationship with the LORD is crucial to our overall choices in this lifetime. How we live in this world is dependent on what we belive in. It’s dependent on who we believe in.
What we do, what we say, what we believe, and how we bring the Gospel of Jesus into our lives, are key components to being people of faith, and a followers of Christ.
All that we do should be a reflection of Him and His ways. His light shines through us and from within us; “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 (KJV)
Our lives should align with the Word of God, and our acts should always reflect the goodness of the Lord, our God.
This can be expressed in a variety of ways; the way in which we live our life, the way in which we give to others, the way in which we act toward others, and the way in which we respect and love others, all of these examples are reflections of the LORD, and ways in which we honor God and stay be the overflow of His blessings and love for the world.
‘Who is a God like you, who pardons sin and forgives the transgression of the remnant of his inheritance? You do not stay angry forever but delight to show mercy.’ (Micah 7:18)
Be Greatly Blessed!
Father, who is a God like you?
A God who loves me so much He makes the ultimate sacrifice for my sake.
A God whose holiness, power, and love are beyond comparison.
A God who promises to always be with me. To never leave me nor forsake.
Great are you Lord, the King of kings, the Lord of lords.
In all your majesty and glory, you’ve chosen to love a wretched soul like I once was.
You’ve cleansed and redeemed me, that I can now proudly stand in your presence as your royal child.
Thank You for Your promises, and the assurance of knowing that your covenant with me will never change.
Thank you for giving us the inheritance as your children.
Thank you for your unchanging character and your unfathomable love.
In Jesus’ Mighty Name,