by Adrian Rogers

How Big Is God?
Adrian Rogers
Haggai 1:5

And I want you to notice with me Haggai chapter one and verse Haggai chapter one and verse five. Now therefore thus saith the Lord of host, consider your ways. I want to talk to you today on this subject, HOW BIG IS GOD? I heard Dr. John Blancher speak from the book of Haggai and he moved my heart and I want to speak from this same book because I learned from him some wonderful truths that I want to try to share with you as we think about the fact, how big is God? We serve a great God, amen. I mean a great God and when I ask the question, how big is God, don't you think for one little moment that I'm going to try to answer that question because I can't answer that question, ha, the question is unanswerable, how big is God because God is immeasurable, God is infinite, God is limitless when we speak of God's peace we speak of the peace of God that passes, that passes understanding. When we speak of the love of God the bible says the love of God is pass knowing and Paul just said there in Romans chapter eleven and verse thirty three, oh, the depth of the riches, both of the wisdom and knowledge of God, how unsearchable are his judgments and his ways past finding out.

So, I want to tell you one the outset, friend, you will never fathom God but you can find God. You can never fathom God because of his greatness but you can find God because of his grace and I thank God that we have a God who is revealed to us in the word of God in certain ways. And one of the most wonderful ways that he's revealed to us is by the special name that he has given to himself and one of those names I've just read to you from the word of God in Haggai chapter one and verse five, now therefore thus saith, are you ready for this name of God, the Lord of Hosts, the Lord of Hosts.

This is translated from this phrase, the Lord of Sabboth or the Lord Sabboth, and what does that mean? Or even really what does the Lord of host mean? It literally ...

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