Is God a creation of the mind of man? A comforting and consoling thought that maybe there is someone who can help us in time of need? Or is God much more?
Why doesn’t God appear to mankind? Why doesn’t He manifest Himself so everyone can see Him and know for sure that He exists? The Bible reveals the answer.
The Bible includes many names of God. What are these names, and what do they tell us about our great Creator God? How do they help us understand Him?
How do you think of God? As a Trinity? Do you think what you believe about God would agree with what Jesus’ disciples believed and taught about God?
The Bible consistently describes God as good. But some say He isn’t good or that some things He’s done aren’t good. Are there different definitions of good?
“God is love” is one of the most often-quoted sentiments from the Bible. But do we know what it means? Surprisingly, few do. Here’s what the Bible explains.
What exactly is the love of God? Some think it’s a warm, fuzzy feeling. Others think it’s doing good to others. What the Bible teaches may surprise you!
The kind of relationship God wants with you may surprise you! What does the Bible say about how to build a relationship with God and make it the kind He wants?
Some believe God is a jealous and merciless being. Is this idea found in God’s Word? What does the Bible mean when it says that God is a “jealous God”?
Most people do not have any idea what it means to become a child of God. As a result, they are missing one of the most amazing messages in the Bible.
One biblical phrase that has troubled many people is the command to fear God. What does “fear of the Lord" mean, and why does God ask us to fear Him?
Why is God referred to as a Father? Whose Father is He? How does He act as a Father to each of us? What should we learn from this important aspect of God?
Many believe the phrase “God is one” means God is only one being. Is this true? How are God the Father and God the Son one? What does the Bible reveal?
Every good gift we have has come from God, and He wants to give us “pleasures forevermore.” In gratitude for all He does for us, what can we do to please Him?
Wouldn’t it be great to know exactly what God wants us to do and how He wants us to serve? God’s will doesn’t have to be a mystery. Here are some practical ways to discover it.
Is it wrong to judge God? No, God Himself wants us to put Him to the test and to find Him faithful. If we do, we should be prepared to respond wholeheartedly.
God has many attributes. He is omnipotent, omnipresent, eternal, incorruptible and immortal. He is also glorious. What does the Bible reveal about God’s glory?
Much has been written about what Jesus does, and rightly so. But what about the Father’s role? Romans 8:29-30 tells about five things the Father does.
In part 1 we saw God the Father’s intimate involvement in our calling based on Romans 8. What other things does the Bible tell us the Father does?
Do people’s changing personal opinions change the purposes of God? It is important to understand who really has the authority to define right from wrong.
The Bible reveals a God so great that we cannot compare anything to Him. Still we can learn a lot by meditating on the power and greatness of God.
Though most of Christianity professes a belief in the Father, He is rarely focused on or talked about. What did Jesus Christ reveal about the Father?
Why did God say He was sorry that He had created man in Genesis 6? Does God make mistakes—was He saying that He is not perfect?
“Knowing God” is the first of four seven-day Journeys designed to walk you through some of the Bible’s most important truths, culminating in God’s incredible plan for the entire human race. Here is a sneak peek.
“God, where are you?” he typed into the search engine. Millions of others have wondered the same thing. Why does God seem hard to find? What do we need to do to find Him?
Part 1 of “Searching for God” focused on answering the questions, “Can we find God if He is hiding from us? Would He do that and, if so, why?” This time we look at the other side of the coin: Can God find us?
We may know intellectually that God’s timing is perfect, but when He makes us wait or when we feel He isn’t paying attention in our time of distress, we might doubt. Yet the Bible shows God is the master of dramatic timing—for our good!
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