Like Father, Like Son?February 25, 2019 Save Article
And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts: the whole earth is full of His glory. Isaiah 6:3
I am a Rogers. My father’s name is Arden Duncan Rogers. I have become a partaker of his nature, and you would expect to find his characteristics in me because in the physical realm, he has fathered me.
Among all the reasons I can imagine for living a holy life, one of the most important is for us to identify with God. He is the thrice-holy God of Israel. Holy is the Father, holy is the Son, and holy is the Spirit.
What does it mean to be identified with God’s character of holiness? Have you ever heard the expression “like father, like son”? That’s what it means to be identified with God.
Because we are God’s children, there ought to be His likeness in our lives. And His likeness is holiness. May our hearts be so in tune with our Father’s that we rejoice in what He rejoices over and may our hearts be broken by what breaks His heart.
In prayer today, ask the Lord to point out to you any area in your life that violates His holiness or is holding you back from reflecting His likeness.