10 All my
bones [`etsem] shall say ['amar], LORD [Y@hovah], who is like unto thee, which deliverest [natsal] the poor [`aniy] from him
that is too strong [chazaq] for him, yea, the
poor [`aniy] and the needy ['ebyown] from him that spoileth [gazal] him? KJV-Interlinear
10 All my
bones shall say, “O LORD, who is like you, delivering the poor from him who is
too strong for him, the poor and needy from him who robs him?” ESV
The bones often times portray the frame or the structure of the whole person. Without the bones you would fall over, or flop and have no support. So you need bones in order to have some underlying support, foundation, structure, framework, in order to be able to function.
The whole of the person asks, who is like God? Who is like the savior? Who is like Christ?
The poor is symbolic and lets us use language of accommodation, in order to understand the intent of the verse.
The poor is often thought of as those being economically poor. That gives us a frame of reference.
However, God does more than just looking after those who are money poor. Here the Bible emphasizes the poor in the spiritual realm.
In this world, Satan would take everything from us all. God places emphasis on His family, and tries to bring all people into His family. But of course that always depends on the attitude and willingness of people to believe in Christ.
But once having believed in Christ, then you become, family of God.
The universe was created for you. However, not being able to inherit this universe, because Satan has undermined that possibility, then God has set aside a new universe, of which we will all inherit.
But for now, we are poor in that we will not obtain that which was originally created for us. It was stolen, as it were, away for us. That makes us poor. That likewise, brings a huge burden of weight on our shoulders, under which we have to live our lives.
We will not realize the magnitude of that burden, or the removal of that burden until we leave this world, and it is lifted from us. But we all have to live in this devils world, and we all have to endure various forms of burdens that exist in our lives.
The world is greater than us. But Christ is greater than the world. Therefore Christ, lifts the burdens in such a way that we can function with some semblance of normalcy in our lives.
Without Christ, the world would be too strong for us. It would rob us continually. And, without Christ we would be destitute forever, with no hope of any kind.
Therefore, reject Christ and you have nothing. Ignore Christ and you have nothing. Be indifferent to Christ and you have nothing. And since Christ is the written word, then having those same attitudes toward Bible doctrine will result in your being and having nothing, as well.
Therefore, who is like the Lord? No one, nothing. To ignore Christ means that you throw away your only option or means of freeing yourself from this world.