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The Nature of God – What do you mean by God’s nature – Bible Study – FATHER ,JESUS – often referred to as the Son or “the Word of God” -THE HOLY SPIRIT

The Nature of God - What do you mean by God's nature - Bible Study - FATHER ,JESUS - often referred to as the Son or "the Word of God" -THE HOLY SPIRIT

"What do you mean by God's 'nature'?" God's 'nature' means His characteristics, His attributes, His qualities.   "I read somewhere that man can't really know anything about the nature of God." Among others, Smith, George H. Atheism: The Case Against God. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books 1989 correctly points out that man can never truly

Nature of God – How to Pass God’s Tests (Genesis 22) – Bible Scriptures – Existence of God – Trinity

Nature of God - How to Pass God’s Tests (Genesis 22) - Bible Scriptures - Existence of God - TrinityGod is Love God is Wrathful God is Immutable God is Omniscient God is Omnipotent God is Holy God is Sovereign1

Some time later God tested Abraham. He said to him, “Abraham!” “Here I am,” he replied. Then God said, “Take your son, your only son, Isaac, whom you love, and go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains I will

The Nature of God – The Absolute God – God is Love – God is Wrathful – God is Immutable – God is Omniscient – God is Omnipotent – God is Holy – God is Sovereign

God is Love God is Wrathful God is Immutable God is Omniscient God is Omnipotent God is Holy God is Sovereign

The Nature of God   The Absolute God In writing this chapter, I stand on the shoulders of giants indeed. I gratefully acknowledge the tremendous help and influence that the writings of A. W. Pink, J. I. Packer, and Stephen Charnock have been over the years in helping me come to know and

What Does Christianity Say About the Nature of God? Two Important Truths

The first year I decided to take a group of students to Utah to share the Gospel with Mormons, a parent of one of the students asked me why I would take such a trip: “Why would you want to strip someone of their faith in God and Jesus?” This

Is Jesus the Creator God? The deity of Christ

A Look at John 1:1–3 by Bodie Hodge Abstract Truly, the identity of Christ is of utmost importance. And yet, in today’s culture there are people teaching that Jesus was a created being. Keywords: Jesus Christ, Creator, God, created being, atone, sin, faith, deity, Jehovah’s Witness, Kingdom Interlinear, Emphatic Diaglott, Islam, Ignatius Is this

Is There a God? Does God exist?

Does God exist? Here are six straightforward reasons to believe that God is really there. Just once wouldn't you love for someone to simply show you the evidence for God's existence? No arm-twisting. No statements of, "You just have to believe." Well, here is an attempt to candidly offer some of

God’s Patience

by  Caleb Colley, Ph.D. Some people picture God as akin to a miserly dictator Who is eager to find a cause to crush the vile human race He created. Is that the way the Bible portrays God? Romans 2:4 reads: “Or do you despise the riches of His goodness, forbearance, and longsuffering,

Does the Holy Spirit Know When Jesus Will Return?

by  Eric Lyons, M.Min. One question that various individuals have submitted to Apologetics Press in recent years involves the Second Coming of Christ and the omniscience of the Holy Spirit. If the Holy Spirit is God (Acts 5:3-4) and thus omniscient (Psalm 139), why did Jesus say about His return, “But of

The Omnipotence of God

by  Caleb Colley, Ph.D. God is the only being Who possesses omnipotence. In the Oxford English Dictionary, “omnipotence” is defined as “all-powerfulness,” or “almightiness.” In other words, when God wants something to be done, it is done. God has all power in heaven and on Earth (Matthew 28:18), so unlike the limited

Consider God’s Creation—Think About God’s Greatness

by  Eric Lyons, M.Min. Christians in the 21st century think too little about God’s creation; consequently, we think too little about God. We are so enamored with ourselves—our schedules, our work, our technology, our extracurricular activities, etc., that we often fail to see the stars and smell the roses. Today, perhaps more

God with us in our pain

A very thoughtful sermon this morning from David Whillis who began a summer series on the Old Testament Book of Job which raises fundamental questions about why bad things happen to good people, and how faith responds to tragedy. David began with a wee bit of background. He reminded us that

Does God Alone Possess Immortality?

by  Eric Lyons, M.Min. The Bible repeatedly testifies to the fact that this life is not all there is. For the faithful, the best is yet to come (Luke 16:22; 23:43; 2 Timothy 4:8). For the unfaithful, the worst is yet to come (Luke 16:23-24). The unrighteous “will go away into everlasting

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