By Max Lucado
To what can we compare God? Who is like the Lord?
What you are to a paper airplane, God is to you.
Make one. Challenge it to race you around the block. Who’s faster?
Invite the airplane to a game of one-on-one basketball. Will you not dominate the court? And well you should.
The thing exists only because you formed it and flies only when someone throws it.
God asks Isaiah: “To whom will you compare me? Who is my equal?” As if his question needed an answer, he gives one: I am God. I alone! I am God, and there is no one else like me.
King David marveled, “Whither shall I go from thy Spirit? or whither can I flee from thy presence?” (Psalm 139:7)
You and I may have power. But God is power. No one and nothing compares with Him!
From: Cast of Characters © Max Lucado, 2008, Thomas Nelson Publishing Listen to UpWords with Max Lucado at OnePlace.com
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Cling to your heavenly Father; He is your only hope.