Where Is God When I Need Him? (3 of 4) by Stan Coffey
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Where Is God When I Need Him?
Dr. Stan Coffey
Today, we are going to talk about the Omniscience of God. That means God knows everything. In Hebrews 4:13 is a marvelous passage of scripture about the omniscience of God. That is just a big word that means that God has all knowledge. That there is no knowledge that exists outside of the knowledge of God. That God possess all knowledge.
Now prior to that verse in the twelfth verse he say spoken about the word of God and how that the word of God is a discerner of the thoughts and the intents of the heart. So he says, "the word of God can reveal the hearts and the intents of the heart." And then he goes on to say, "and God Himself is a God whose eyes see everything." The prophet said that the eyes of the Lord run to and fro upon the earth. And all through the scripture, God is known as an all-seeing God. That the eye of God sees all things and therefore God knows all things. And theologians call this the omniscience of God. This is one of the great attributes of God, God Omniscience. You say, well that is all fine and good that God knows all things, that certainly means that God doesn't have to go to school, He would make an "A" on every test, wouldn't He?
But what does that have to do with my life? Well, today we are going to see that it means some wonderful things to our lives that God is an all seeing God and that God knows everything. Because to know God and all that He has revealed about Himself is the highest pursuit of life. We should want to know all that there is to know about the omnipotence of God, the power of God; we should want to know all there is to know about the love of God; about the grace of God; about all the attributes of God. God is love, God is Holy, God is all knowing, God is all powerful and we should get to know all of these attributes of God not just what they are but what they mean in our personal life.
Now Solomon ...
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