Does God know the future? This is a question of monumental proportions. It is in this question that we discover whether or not God is worthy of our worship. This idea of God’s exhaustive knowledge of all things is referred to as omniscience.
What do I mean by beauty? I mean a person’s being made in the image of God, shining through in different ways at different ages.
God is the source of all good, and God’s goodness is for everyone to see, despite the many adversities and evils that we might witness.
It is very important that we mustn’t get angry when time becomes an enemy or when we go through troubles and sufferings. It is in those times that we need to sit still and look to God for guidance.
Though they are quite unaware of it, people are not searching for eternal youth, but rather perfection. They seek to be made complete.
Luther had finally realized that the Catholic Church had been feeding him a lie that he had no way of refuting until now. That lie was that we can work our way to God.
While people like Martin Luther and John Calvin were important people, we must never forget that it was God’s own will that brought us out of darkness into light.
If we use anything outside of the Scriptural bounds set forth for worship, we’ll have to continue to do so in order to keep the congregation. In other words, they won’t stand for worship within the biblical parameters set forth by God.
Whenever your authority is Scripture and something else, Scripture is going to be drowned out and unbiblical, and unfounded doctrinal heresies flow from there.