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Who is God?

Hundreds of years ago, the Egyptian ruler Pharaoh asked the question, “Who is the Lord, that I should obey Him?” (Exodus 5:2). That question is still asked today. It is not an easy question to answer, because to do so we must use our finite minds to try to grasp the infinite. There are some things . . . Read more ›
“I believe God.” The apostle Paul faced an uncertain future when he uttered those words to a frightened crew as a storm engulfed their boat on the raging Mediterranean. But Paul had been told that after the trip, he would stand trial before Caesar and that God would spare the lives of all who sailed . . . Read more ›
“How do you define right and wrong?” This question has never been more important than in these times of eroding morals and constantly changing values. We, as a society, have moved away from absolutes. “Moral relativism” is the rule of the day. To know the difference between right and wrong, a person . . . Read more ›
It is important to understand that the attributes of God complement one another. We learned that God is omnipotent (all-powerful) and that He is also righteous. If He were a God of perfect righteousness, but without power, we could not be sure that justice would ultimately prevail. On the other . . . Read more ›
How should we react to a God who is all these things? We should seek to live holy lives in gratitude for all that He has done for us (1 John 2:6). We, His children, must be truthful. Like God, we should love truth and hate falsehood (Proverbs 12:22; Isaiah 59:2–4; 3 John 1:3). We should seek to be . . . Read more ›