Isaiah 44 looks at the blessing of God on Israel as His special chosen people from among the nations. In this passage, God’s unique nature as Creator, King, and Redeemer of Israel is established to provide a stark contrast to manmade idols. Idols and the making of idols are described as absurd. The true God was not and could not be made or replicated by human hands, quite the opposite: man was formed by God in God’s own image. When idols are created, the true God is rejected for a lump of wood
and metal. This should inspire us to think about why we build the things we build. Are we creating things in our lives, working towards establishing things for us to worship them? Everything we do in life is meaningful. It reflects our motivations. We should take care to create things that honour God.
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