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God


God the Creator

 

Genesis 1:1 says, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” This one verse is the foundation of the whole Bible. This verse is the foundation of all Christian faith. This verse tells us that our God is Almighty Creator God. It also tells us that God is the Maker of our precious lives. “In the beginning” is different from “at the beginning.” “In the beginning” has to do with God’s time. In the beginning there was no time -- there was only eternity.  Read More >>

God the Creator

God is Love

 

Can anyone really comprehend "unconditional" love? We continue to love our children through good times and bad, and we don't stop loving them if they don't meet the expectations we may have for them. We make a choice to love our children even when we consider them unlovable; our love doesn't stop when we don't "feel" love for them. This is similar to God's love for us, but as we shall see, God's love transcends the human definition of love to a point that is hard for us to comprehend.  Read More >>

God is Love

The-Name-of-God

 

Israel had great reverence for God’s name, perhaps because the Mosaic Law taught that those who disrespected God’s name must pay the ultimate price (Leviticus 24:16). The name of God was so sacred to the ancient Jewish scribes that they used a special pen to write the name of God as they reproduced the Scriptures. Each time they came to the name of God, they would set down the regular pen and pick up a holy pen that was used only for writing God’s name. Read More >>

The-Name-of-God

Can God Truly Be All-powerful

 

Can God create a spherical triangle? Can God create a rock so heavy He can't lift it? Can God think of a time when He was not omnipotent? Atheists claim that any answer to any of these questions means that God cannot be omnipotent and, therefore, the God of the Bible does not exist. On the surface, the questions sound convincing. However, we will find that these questions are a form of the kind of question such as "Have you stopped beating your wife?"  Read More >>

Can God Truly Be All-powerful

Does God REALLY Know Everything

 

Does God know everything? The Bible declares that God “knows the secrets of the heart” (Psalm 44:21), that His eyes “are in every place” (Proverbs 15:3), and that “His understanding is infinite” (147:5). Of Jehovah, the psalmist also wrote: O Lord, You have searched me and known me. You know my sitting down and my rising up; You understand my thought afar off. You comprehend my path and my lying down, and are acquainted with all my ways. For there is not a word on my tongue, but behold, O Lord, You know it altogether....  Read More >>

Does God REALLY Know Everything

Is God Everywhere

 

Does it mean God is everywhere, even inhabiting the blocks of wood or stone which people carve into idols? This is one interpretation which is much subscribed to by New Agers, some Hindus, and animinsts. However, through misinterpretation or misinformation, Christians have observed the so-called similarity between the doctrine of Omnipresence of God with the New Age concept, and some have actually gone over and embraced (and even taught) the doctrine of Omnipresence as explained by the New Agers.   Read More >>

Is God Everywhere

Godhead

We serve a truly wonderful and loving God. He is our Creator, Sustainer and Redeemer. We, mankind, were the crowning work in the creation of the whole world for we were created in His image. But is this God really one being? Let us read about man's creation:- "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." Genesis 1:26.  Read More >>

Godhead

One God in Three Persons

 

 

We will that the TRINITY teaches that there are THREE distinct persons together in ONE unified Godhood, One in substance, character, purpose, co-eternal, and equal, in absolute unity and closeness, yet three persons, working in total harmony together. Isaiah 48:17 – is just one of many texts talking about the Godhead - “From the beginning; from the time that it was, I was there. And now the Lord God and His Spirit have sent ME. Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer.”  Read More >>

One God in Three Persons

In Defense of the Godhead

 

The claim is now being heard in various circles that the doctrine of the Godhead, or Trinity, is a Catholic teaching without foundation in Scripture or in the Spirit of Prophecy. Such persons teach that the Holy Spirit is not God, but rather a divine essence working in conjunction with God. Many of these same persons wish to revive the Arian (or Semi-Arian) perspective on the divinity of Christ held by some of our pioneers. This view, while not denying the pre-existence of Christ prior to His birth in Bethlehem, holds that at some time in the past reaches of eternity, Christ was brought into existence by the Father.  Read More >>

In Defense of the Godhead

Trinity in SDA History

The last decade has seen increased anti-Trinitarian activity within the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Though significant, anti-Trinitarianism has remained at the margins of the movement. Some have failed to recognize the dynamic nature of Seventh-day Adventist theology. Adventists have always sought a clearer understanding of Bible truth. Historically, their doctrines have developed in the context of the original distinctive core of the Three Angel’s Message and kindred concepts.  Read Here >>

Trinity in SDA History

Do These Texts Deny the Trinity

 

Do These Texts Deny the Trinity : Revelation 3:14 "The beginning of Creation", Colossians 1:15 "First born of Creation", Hebrews 1:4 "Did Christ inherit Godhood?, John 14:28; 5:19 "The Father is Greater", John 8:42 "Came forth" Revelation 3:14"These things says the Amen the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God." First of all: WHO is "the Amen"? Deut. 7:9 The "Amen" God is the faithful God. (the Hebrew word faithful comes from "amen") Isaiah 49:7 "Jehovah that is faithful. Isaiah 65:16 "The God of truth," marg. "The God of Amen". "Amen" spoken by God means "it is and shall be".  Read More >>

Do These Texts Deny the Trinity

Answering the Anti-Trinitarians

 

 

The MAIN TEXT the anti- trinitarian uses is: John 17:3 – “And this is eternal life, that they may know Thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom Thou hast sent.” Thus they say-- THE FATHER IS THE ONLY TRUE GOD-- and Christ is not that true God, but only a divine Being sent by the true God. However, John 17:3 does not deny that Jesus is also the only true God. "To know thee" and to "know Christ" is to have eternal life. The focus is on "knowing God" which means eternal life. The true God can be known only by knowing "him whom He did send" namely Jesus . . .   Read More >>

Answering the Anti-Trinitarians

Is Jesus God

 

Buddhism and Hinduism teach that the Christ, the world teacher, has experienced numerous reincarnations at different stages of human progression. Islam teaches that Jesus Christ was a prophet, but that He was not the Son of God. However, it also teaches that He was born of a virgin, worked miracles, was the Messiah, lived a sinless life, went to heaven, and is coming again before the end of the world. Judaism rejects Jesus outright. To Jews, He is an imposter. Is Jesus an imposter or is He God? What did Jesus Himself say about His deity?  Read More >>

Is Jesus God

Jesus is the true Son of God

 

Jesus became the Son of God in a newer sense at the incarnation (Luke 1:35) - While in another [third sense], He became a Son of God when he was resurrected (Romans 1:3-4). - He was also the only begotten Son of God from eternity (John 3:16). As to the complete implications of the sense in which Jesus was begotten in eternity is not clearly revealed in scripture, and hence, is a Godhead mystery (Job 11:7). But the scriptures are very clear that Christ did not have a beginning point in eternity.  Read More >>

Jesus is the true Son of God

Christ's Place in the Godhead

 

Deity and Nature of Christ. -- "Christ, the Word, the only begotten of God, was one with the eternal Father,—one in nature, in character, in purpose,—the only being that could enter into all the counsels and purposes of God. 'His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The might God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of peace' (Isa. 9:6). His 'goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting' (Micah 5:2)."—Patriarchs and Prophets, p. 34.  Read More >>

Christ's Place in the Godhead

Holy Spirit

 

The nature of the Holy Spirit is a mystery. Men cannot explain it, because the Lord has not revealed it to them. Men having fanciful views may bring together passages of Scripture and put a human construction on them, but the acceptance of these views will not strengthen the church. Regarding such mysteries, which are too deep for human understanding, silence is golden. However, in the revealed Word of God we find names applied to the Holy Spirit that can only mean that the Holy Spirit is a person. There is also recorded definite acts which are attributed to Him which only God could do.  Read More >>

Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit, a Person

 

The HOLY SPIRIT IS A PERSON, the third PERSON of the ONE GODHEAD. He is unencumbered with humanity, and therefore omnipresent, but a person none the less Who comes and teaches, and convicts people of their sin and leads them into truth. To take away the personality of the Holy Spirit, and divest Him of all personal qualities and make "it" merely "the God power", is the very basis of Pantheism, (God in everything) and leads to Christianized New Age spiritualistic falsehoods.  Read More >>

The Holy Spirit, a Person

The Spirit of Truth

 

I hear that the Jewish people cannot accept the New Testament teaching of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Does that mean that the Old Testament teaching on this point is not clear enough? Answer: The many plural forms of "God" and the texts in Isa. 7:14 and 9:6, and many Old Testament texts on the work of the Holy Spirit are self-evident truths. However, the Jews insist on the text in Deut. 6:4, which says,"The Lord our God, the Lord is one." They reject the truth in Matt. 28:19 on "the Father, Son and Holy Spirit," which is an advanced clarification of truth. For the revelation of truth is progressive.  Read More >>

The Spirit of Truth