Is 40 There is no God like Jehovah is repeated over and over in a praise song and may have been chosen from this passage in Isaiah. Truly God is unlike Buddhism, Islam, or any other idol gods. Isaiah asks the Israelites as they sin by worshiping idols: “To whom can you compare God? To what image can you liken him?” [Is 40:18]
The enemy of our souls has blinded our minds lest we see the glorious image of Jesus Christ. [2 Cor 4:4] Even today, we see churchgoers blinded by looking at Christ on a cross. Precious readers, Jesus is not on that cross, He is risen from the dead. Many say it helps me pray, and the question is how? How does looking at the crucified Christ help you to pray? Isaiah is asking that same question. How does looking and bowing to an idol help you believe more, pray more and honor God more? Malachi told the people: “you have turned aside from the way; you have caused many to stumble by the instruction;” [Mal 2:8]
Where have I turned aside? Where has the enemy blinded me? I need to sing that praise song over and over to remind me there is no God like Jehovah!