We find many differences in the world among all things. For example, the difference between light and darkness, the difference between good and bad, the difference between love and hate. Have you ever thought about the difference between us and God? God is the highest of all and we are the lowliest of the low. God reached out to us and lifted us up through His Spirit and made us stand in His Son. This is grace enabling us to become something amazing. But many of us have not realised it, to our own ruin. So, there is the difference. God sent His one and only Son into the world as a Missionary. But we send all our sons to factories and companies to run the Machinery! God the Father in the Old Testament worked as a Potter. God the Son worked in the New Testament as a Carpenter! How many of us would want to work as potters and want our sons to become carpenters? We long for our children to become engineers, doctors, software professionals or teachers, etc. God loved the evil men and gave His glorious Son as a sacrifice. We do not even think or dream of giving our evil sons as a sacrifice for this good and great God!! God took the first step towards us sinners, yet we do not take our second step towards this high and holy God! Strange, isn’t it? God is very long suffering towards us but we are too short in our suffering towards others! God forgives our billion sins in a moment but we will not forgive 10 sins of our enemy in a billion years! God gives freely to all good and bad because of His gracious nature, but most of us do not give much to our own good fellows forget about the bad! God humbled Himself so much that He pays attention to our every query, every need, every problem, and every short coming. He runs to our rescue because of His loving kindness. Yet, we do not pay even half the attention to His great person, holy purposes, and precious precepts!! How different we are from God? Isaiah 55:8-9 is so true! As we walk with God let us learn from Him, let us imitate Him and let us become like Him. Because we are made in His image and likeness for Himself. We are here to serve Him and His purpose. We are here for His glory and good pleasure. Let us not use Him for our pleasure but let Him use us for His pleasure. May you experience this transformation in your life during this season by the power of His resurrection!