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The Character of God: The Omniscience of God


The omniscience of God is more than “God knows everything.” He knows what is true about Himself, life, human nature, relationships, and you.  We desperately need His truth about all of those, since our “innate” understanding of all of these is faulty and foolish. If we just live based on how we think these things…

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The Character of God: The Sovereignty of God


We all like to believe in an all-powerful sovereign God.  However, when God does things on his own timetable, He can seem very unfair, to us.  In the story of king Cyrus, God fulfilled his promise to rescue the Israelites from Babylonian captivity, but why did it take him 150 years?  God didn’t change His…

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The Character of God: The Majesty of God


David, a man the Bible calls “a man after God’s own heart”, describes the majesty of God and then the effects it has on his life, in Psalm 8.  The prophet Isaiah also paints a majestic picture in which he frames how the majesty of God can give us strength, perseverance and hope in the…

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The Character of God: Holiness


You won’t hear much about the holiness of God in today’s culture, but you can be sure that God is working to build His holiness in you, at just about any cost!  Contrary to our culture’s message, holiness and long-term happiness are vitally linked!  Becoming holy is difficult, but it helps when we get a…

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The Character of God: The Creator


God tells us about creation in Genesis Chapter 1.  But what approach are we supposed to take?  If we are looking for a scientific text, we will often come away disappointed that God does not answer all of our questions.  However, Pastor Seth reminds us that this approach does not allow us to see what…

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The Character of God: The Trinitarian God


The Bible reveals God to be one being, but three persons…that is one in essence, but three in character (Father, Son, and Spirit).  This is a bit difficult for us to wrap our minds around because it can seem a bit contradictory, but Pastor Seth spends this week exploring the “dance” of the Trinity.

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