The Foreknowledge Of God (5 of 6) by Ken Trivette
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How About Getting To Know Me Better - God
Ken D. Trivette
I. THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE OF GOD!
A. Inherent Knowledge
B. Infinite Knowledge
II. THE PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF GOD!
A. God's Complete Knowledge of Our Ways
B. God's Constant Knowledge of Our Ways
III. THE PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF GOD!
A. The Future is Disclosed To God
B. The Future is Determined By God
1. One of the most interesting books I have ever read
is entitled IT HAPPENED IN TENNESSEE. It is book of
several strange and fascinating stories about people
and events that happened in Tennessee. One of the
stories I have never forgotten is about a fellow named
Robert Allen. He was born and grew up in the little
town of Rosser in Carroll County. Because his father
died before he was born and his mother deserted him
when he was six, his great uncle and aunt brought him
up. His uncle was illiterate, did not believe in
school, thus Robert never went to school. However, his
aunt would read to him comics and other stories,
instilling in him a desire to read on his own.
2. In time, Robert was able to read some from the
Bible and other books that were available in the
dilapidated old frame house where he grew up. By the
time he was fourteen, he had become an able reader.
Then one day he discovered the public library. He
began to read everything he could get his hands on,
even reading the eleven-volume Story of Civilization
by Will and Ariel Durant. Still no one in his hometown
suspected his ability. People would see him riding
around with his great uncle in his old beat-up truck,
assuming he was retarded.
3. At the age of 31, having never attending a day of
school, he walked into the Bethel College in McKenzie
and told them he wanted to enroll in the school. You
can imagine how the admissions office people felt when
this fellow in poorly fitted and mismatched old
clothes, without any previous sch ...
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