Psalm 146:6 declares that our God, in whom we put our trust, is a God who keeps faith forever. He is a God who is always faithful and trustworthy. His promises will never come up short. Together, let’s study some of God’s promises, both conditional and unconditional, as well as some things that he didn’t promise.
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the greatest news that has ever been heard. It is central to the life of a Christian, and must be our focus in all that we do. Paul appreciated how the Philippian church was involved in the spreading of the gospel, and he gives instruction to live as those who have been called by the gospel.
Our awesome God is one who is never far from us. He is not constrained by space as we are, but is near to us wherever we go, in the good times and the bad.
God’s power is beyond our understanding, and even beyond our imagination. So long as it is consistent with nature and his purposes, there is nothing that God cannot do.
We don’t have to agree on every single thing. Liberty is a gift that we all have, and we’re all free to exercise that gift. However, when that liberty comes between brethren and causes problems for the church, something needs to be done about. Thankfully, Romans gives us some guidance in how to live with each other, even when we may disagree.
We serve an awesome God! When we stop and we consider just how great our God is, it should leave us in awe, and we should be thankful for who our God is. This morning we begin a series looking at several attributes of our God, and it is our prayer that by the end of it, we’ll have a great appreciation of our God. In this lesson we consider that God is a God who knows. He knows all about us, what we do, what happens to us, and even why it happens. And we should thank him for that.
If Jesus is God (and in recent lessons have concluded from evidence that He is), then He is perfectly moral, because God is perfectly moral. If Jesus is perfectly moral, then He can speak no lies. Since He cannot speak lies, anything that Jesus teaches is true. Since the New Testament is historically reliable and accurately records the deeds and teachings of Jesus, then what it says about what Jesus teaches must be true. So, examining teachings of Jesus recorded in the New Testament, we can examine what Jesus taught about the Bible, and have an understanding of whether or not the Bible is truly the Word of God.