以赛亚书 40:12-20 Isaiah 40:12-20
Who has held the oceans in his hand? Who has measured off the heavens with his fingers? Who else knows the weight of the earth or has weighed the mountains and hills on a scale? Who is able to advise the Spirit of the Lord? Who knows enough to give him advice or teach him? Has the Lord ever needed anyone’s advice? Does he need instruction about what is good? Did someone teach him what is right or show him the path of justice?
No, for all the nations of the world are but a drop in the bucket. They are nothing more than dust on the scales. He picks up the whole earth as though it were a grain of sand. All the wood in Lebanon’s forests and all Lebanon’s animals would not be enough to make a burnt offering worthy of our God. The nations of the world are worth nothing to him. In his eyes they count for less than nothing — mere emptiness and froth.
To whom can you compare God? What image can you find to resemble him? Can he be compared to an idol formed in a mold, overlaid with gold, and decorated with silver chains? Or if people are too poor for that, they might at least choose wood that won’t decay and a skilled craftsman to carve an image that won’t fall down!
你们究竟将谁比神呢？用偶像与神比较呢？与我们的主先比较？ 与伟大有名的人物来比？与人的知识和智慧比较？ 与金钱财宝相比？或名誉繁荣比较呢？
God Has No Equal
To whom can you compare God? To idols? To our ancestors? To great human heroes? To human knowledge and wisdom? To riches and wealth? To fame and glory?