God has shown His love for us by: (1) making firm promises to men; (2) freeing and saving us; and (3) loving each of us with the love of a father and always caring for us. 1. God made firm promises to men. After our first parents, Adam and Eve, sinned, God made a promise to redeem all men. He …
We should respond to God’s goodness by (1) finding joy in Him since He gives us eternal hope, and (2) worshiping Him and serving Him. 1. We should find joy in God. We belong to God. He loves us and wants us to love Him, so that we might be with Him in Heaven for all eternity. Through fervent prayer …
No one made God. He always was, and He always will be.
There cannot be more than one God because there cannot be two supreme beings. To say otherwise would be a contradiction.
There must be a God because nothing happens in the universe unless someone intelligent ultimately makes it happen. When scientists study how the world developed, they come to a point where they have to ask, “Who started it all?” There must be someone who was not made by anyone else, someone who never had a beginning. That someone is God.
God is an infinitely perfect being because in Him there is no limitation of any kind. God is an infinitely perfect spiritual being, without beginning or end. He knows and loves without limit. Angels and men are also spiritual beings, but being creatures, they are limited or finite. Consequently, their perfections are limited. Angels are pure spirits, meaning that they …
The attributes of God are His perfections; that is, things such as infinite goodness, eternal, all-knowing, all-present, almighty.
God is infinitely good. His goodness is limitless, as are all of His perfections.
God is eternal. This is true because He always was, is now, and always will be.
God is all-knowing because He knows all things in the past, present, and future, as well as all potential things. God knows all things that are or ever could be. Everything is like one thought in the mind of God. Therefore, we say God is all-knowing.