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Unique – God's character from A to Z

God stands alone. He is unique, one of a kind, and unlike all others. Surely we know that, but do we really grasp it?

Folks like to say everyone is different. No two people are alike. (That’s why they’re called “individuals.”) If you want to look closer at your own uniqueness, turn your Bible to Psalm 139. Then look in the mirror. You are unique. 

But God is even more so. He invented the concept of uniqueness. The Almighty Maker is sui generis, without match, the one and only, and in a class by Himself. That doesn’t begin to describe our great God. How can we not worship Him?

“Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory for ever and ever Amen.” (1 Timothy 1:17, NIV)

This familiar Scripture is often recited, either pastorally or congregationally, as a benediction to close worship services. Many of us can state it from memory, perhaps because of this long-time repetition.

Let’s skip past the familiarity of the passage for a moment, digging deeper than rote reading. This single sentence from Scripture simply overflows with doctrine of the Divine.

Chew on those words a bit:  God is eternal. He is immortal. He is invisible. He is the only God. He deserves all honor and glory for always and forever.

Surely no one is like our God.

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