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"'I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,' says the Lord, 'who is and was and who is to come, the Almighty" (Revelation 1:8)
We read that God lives in light so bright that we could never come near it, and that He is a spirit.
Can we see God like Moses?
We already touched on this in question one, but let’s look at it a different way.
We hear a lot about God’s power. Where does He get it from?
"The LORD laughs at him, for He sees that his day is coming" (Psalm 37:13)
The Bible tells us that God is outside of time.
God is three distinct persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—and each is fully God, yet there is only one God.
How Can God's Persons Be Different But The Same?
Well, our verse tells us that long ago, before the Bible was ever printed, God did speak to people.
God does answer prayers—and He wants us to pray. He told us to pray and He told us how to pray.
Sin is an action or thought that is in disobedience to God.
First of all, let’s take a look at the word “chance.” Chance means that something just happened; that it wasn’t planned.
It seems like the Israelites killed innocent people. But we need to learn a couple of things here.
What is my purpose? Why did God create me? The answer is very simple and very clear in the Bible.
How did the authors of the Bible know what God did during Creation?
There were about 40 different writers over a very long time who wrote the Bible.
Can you imagine it? Speaking to God?
The Bible is no ordinary book for many reasons.
It is a very sad situation here in America that in public schools there is much confusion about God and the Bible, and what people can say or do.
Miracles are very special events performed by the power of our almighty, holy God.
It was 6000 years ago when the first person decided to believe a truth different from God’s.