The Sovereignty Of God (1 of 2) by Jesse Hendley
This content is part of a series.THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD (1 of 2)
Jesse M. Hendley
Now friends, if you have your Bibles, I want you to
turn with me to Acts, chapter 17, and verse 24 through
31. Today we have a tremendous revelation of God and
what He is like. If yon want to know what God is like
(and you ought to know, because one day you are going
to meet Him), you have it here in this tremendous
chapter Acts 17:24 through 31.
The other day in a hotel room in distant city,
hundreds of miles from here, I was meditating on this
passage and God brought a great blessing to my heart,
as I thought about the Living God and what He is like.
Here we have a tremendous REVELATION OF GOD.
The first thing we learn about God is, that He made
the world and every thing that is in it. What a
tremendous Being He is! We read in verse 24 about Paul
being at Mars Hill and He is talking to the greatest
minds of his day about GOD. Paul knew what God is, and
what He is like He said, "God that made the world and
all things therein, seeing that He is Lord of heaven
and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands."
So we learn that God made the world and all things
that are therein. Every thing you and I see, God made!
Everything, the sun and moon and stars, the sands of
the seashore, every drop of water in the ocean, the
rocks, the mountains, the animals, the insects the big
things, the little things---God made it ALL. What a
tremendous Being is this God who MADE THE WORLD! What
a terrific Mind! What an ALMIGHTY Being, with ALL
MIGHTY Power. We call Him "GOD.'
So we have here the Sovereignty of God. HE MADE THE
WORLD. Do you accept that? Do you believe there is a
Personal Being Who made this world and everything that
is in it? I do. I agree with Paul on that. I believe
in this God. And it brings warmth to my heart, to know
of the SOVEREIGNTY of God, His Almighty Power and
Will. I was talking to a friend of mine the other day,
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