‘Quis ut Deus?’ means ‘Who is like God?’ Specifically ‘Who is like God the Father?’ No one is like God! Let us both hold and sincerely believe this response with clarity in the innermost recesses of our hearts and minds, every time that we are challenged to manifest our fidelity to God the Father. We never know when we may sorely need it.
‘Quis ut Deus’ is also the name of St. Michael the Archangel, the Prince of the heavenly host who will defeat once again the prince of darkness (Rv. 20:1-3). Archangel Michael gained his name precisely by fiercely and loyally defending Our Father against Lucifer and his minions during the first rebellion (Rv. 12:7-9).