God’s Omnipresence

The Lord is not bound by time or space because His bounds know no limits. As A.W. Tozer stated, “God is everywhere here, close to everything, next to everyone.” The presence of the Lord abounds to all places. It is the omnipresence of God that Paul recalls in his sermon on Mars Hill as he…

The Divine Transcendence

Transcendence describes the quality and worth of God Himself. It is the recognition that God is exalted beyond any measure. His transcendence is based on His glorious holiness and harmonizes with his superiority, supremacy, and sovereignty. It is the quality of God that indicates that He is of the highest and purest quality and illuminates…

The Omnipotence of God

The magnitude and magnificence of the eternal power of God is evident in the created world (Romans 1:20). From the enormous scope and diversity to the microscopic detail, we can see the limitless creative power of God. The extent and potency of His power is incomprehensible; because God is limitless, so is His power. Moreover,…

The Wisdom of God

The quality of God’s knowledge is summarized in the word “wisdom.” God not only possesses all knowledge about all things, but He has the capability to utilize that knowledge most effectively, most efficiently, and most efficaciously. The wisdom of God utilizes knowledge to formulate plans and purposes for all actions and activities in accordance with…

The Divine Omniscience

In some ways God is best understood by describing what He is not. For example, one may learn about the impeccable character of God by understanding that He cannot lie, He cannot change, He cannot be limited, He cannot be comprehended, He cannot be caused, and many other such things. The explanation of God’s omniscience…

The Immutability of God

All the goodness and greatness that is God is an everlasting feature of His nature because of His immutability. He is unable to change, so the most wonderful attributes of His nature and character that are the adoration of Christendom are once and always settled and constant. Because God cannot change, He can always be…

God’s Infinitude

The marvelous nature of God continues to be revealed in His infinitude, that is to say His limitlessness. There is no limit to the extent of the attributes of God. Considering this specifically, this indicates that God is not limited by time, space, or matter; He lacks no information, He is halted by no obstacles,…

The Eternity of God

The elements of time have been firmly planted into the human mind. Time was created for mankind, and mankind was designed with chronological sensitivity. The human body operates on a circadian rhythm, a type of “body clock” that runs on a 24-hour cycle of various stages of sleep and activity. Humanity has sought to regulate…

The Self-Sufficiency of God

Because God is the Source of all things, all things spring from God. He doesn’t need anything in addition to Himself to perform any action, and the performance of that action does not reduce His supply of any resource. He is inexhaustible; He is fully supported by Himself. He is independent from all other sources.…

The Self-Existence of God

On a mountain on the backside of a desert, Moses worshipped the God who revealed Himself to be the great I AM. In the temple of Jerusalem, the feverish Pharisees faced the ageless Christ who declared, “Before Abraham was, I am.” In both statements, God declared Himself to be self-existing and without origin. Only those…