|Statement||by Rev. Joseph Hutton....|
The Urantia Book Paper 3 The Attributes of God () GOD is everywhere present; the Universal Father rules the circle of eternity. But he rules in the local universes in the persons of his Paradise Creator Sons, even as he bestows life through these Sons. "And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together." - Colossians “Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; his understanding is beyond measure” – Psalm The fact that God is self-existent -- that he was created by nothing and has always existed forever -- is perhaps one of the hardest attributes of God for the believer to understand. Joseph understood the omniscience of God; that the events in Joseph’s life had worked together for his family’s own good. Omniscience of God – God Knows All About Us God knew us and had a plan for our lives before we were born. He knows us better than we know ourselves. Matthew tells us that even the hairs on our head are numbered. Well, Trinitarians do, in fact, affirm omniscience as a divine attribute. Trinitarians do, in fact, affirm the Father, Son, and Spirit to be distinct persons. Trinitarians do, in fact, affirm that only the Father can think "I am the Father," only the Son can think .
10 Awesome Attributes of God. When we talk about the attributes of God we are talking about His nature—who God is in His manifested character. These 10 attributes are not the only ones set forth in scripture. However, these will give you a better appreciation of who God is. Omniscient. God knows everything and His knowledge is complete. God knows what no creature can ever fully know – Himself. Only the Infinite can know the Infinite. The things of God no man knows – only the Spirit of God knows the things of God. Whatever omniscience is, only the all knowing God can know it. The wisest man, the greatest scientist, is a moronic protozoa compared to El De’ot – the God Of. “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him,” the subjects of this book are denominated; which would not be the case if Jesus had possessed in himself the attribute of omniscience, or the knowledge of every thing in the universe, whether past, present, or future. However, God is a three-part God. This idea of God discussed in the Paradox of Omniscience focuses solely on God the Father, ignoring both Son and Holy Spirit. If God the Son and Holy Spirit are taken into consideration, it is possible for God to be omniscient and know by acquaintance as this Three-Part God.
Indeed, when we attempt to prove the FATHER to be the only God, we have in the very name by which he is designated what marks and brands with the name of invention all the metaphysical conceits of ‘begotten, not made,’ ‘being of one substance with the Father,’ and at once determines the absolute superiority of the God of Jesus. The great Buddhist scholars Śāntarakṣita (–88 CE.) and his disciple Kamalaśīla were among the most influential thinkers in classical India. They debated ideas not only within the Buddhist tradition but also with exegetes of other Indian religions, and they both traveled to Tibet during Buddhism’s infancy there. Their views, however, have been notoriously hard to [ ]. His omniscience also allows him to predict the future. He knows everything that will happen before it occurs. There is great security for the believer in the omniscience of God. He knows the need of each believer and he promises to meet those needs. All those who have put their trust in him are comforted by the thought of God's omniscience. Abba Father. His reach is big, His power is Mighty, and He cares about all that concerns you. 21 Attributes of Our Father God: To Remind Us that We Are Loved. He is Loving– “See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God!” 1 John