The Good God, Part 1

Our God is always good, entirely good, uncompromisingly good in every way. And for us who long to find true goodness—to know reliable goodness—that simple but profound truth comes to us as a balm to the soul.

The Glorious God, Part 2

At the most fundamental level, the term “glory” speaks of the excellence of God himself: his worth and his beauty, the perfection of his character, his holiness and his power. But this language is also used to speak of the visible display of God’s worth and majesty—the visible expression of the fact that this glorious God is present.

The Glorious God, Part 1

At the most fundamental level, the term “glory” speaks of the excellence of God himself: his worth and his beauty, the perfection of his character, his holiness and his power. But this language is also used to speak of the visible display of God’s worth and majesty—the visible expression of the fact that this glorious God is present.

The Omnipresent God, Part 2

Essential to our humanity is our limitation when it comes to space. But not so with God. Essential to his divinity is his ability to be in all places at once—fully present everywhere there is to be. Our God is omnipresent.

The Omnipresent God, Part 1

Essential to our humanity is our limitation when it comes to space. But not so with God. Essential to his divinity is his ability to be in all places at once—fully present everywhere there is to be. Our God is omnipresent.

The All-Knowing, All-Wise God, Part 2

Being eternal and unchanging, God knows all things and never grows in his knowledge; he is never surprised by anything; his degree of insight and understanding never develops. In his eternity, he knows everything there is to know—he knows all that has happened, is happening, and will happen—and he knows all this fully, and at once.

The All-Knowing, All-Wise God, Part 1

Being eternal and unchanging, God knows all things and never grows in his knowledge; he is never surprised by anything; his degree of insight and understanding never develops. In his eternity, he knows everything there is to know—he knows all that has happened, is happening, and will happen—and he knows all this fully, and at once.

The Incomprehensible God, Part 2

We can know God and, as believers, we do know God. But Christians have long used the language of “incomprehensibility” to express the truth that it is impossible for us, as finite creatures, to fully grasp the infinite God; we can’t know God as he knows himself; we can’t know and comprehend all that he is. It’s more than we could expect or manage; and it’s more than God has given us to know.

The Incomprehensible God, Part 1

We can know God and, as believers, we do know God. But Christians have long used the language of “incomprehensibility” to express the truth that it is impossible for us, as finite creatures, to fully grasp the infinite God; we can’t know God as he knows himself; we can’t know and comprehend all that he is. It’s more than we could expect or manage; and it’s more than God has given us to know.

The Independent God, Part 2

Everything in this world draws its strength, integrity—its very existence—from something else. Everything, that is, except God himself. He truly is independent of all other things. He needs nothing for anything; he depends upon no one and no thing. He is entirely self-sufficient.

The Greatest Miracle of All, Part 2

Jesus heals the paralytic, but he makes it clear that this physical healing is designed to prove his power to perform a greater healing—the healing of our hearts through the forgiveness of sin.

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