Who is like you, O God, among the gods that are worshiped? Who is like you, majestic in holiness, awesome in splendor, working wonders?
Mi Chamocha recounts the moment the children of Israel, fleeing Egypt, reached freedom and safety after the splitting of the Red Sea. It was sung during their first moments of freedom after hardship, bondage and oppression. When we sing Mi Chamocha, we celebrate our lives and our freedom, and also recommit ourselves towards freeing all who are enslaved, all who are oppressed in our world. Mi Chamocha is our rallying justice cry – our moment that says we can change, but only when we come together.