Who is God?

Who is God” is an immense debated topic among humans. When Adam and Eve fell from God’s grace, a great division emerged. Satan’s corruption in the Garden of Eden hardened the hearts of men.

God defined Himself both in the Old and New Testaments. The Bible is God’s word anchored in His truth. No matter how one may deny this, the reality of God never changes (Hebrews 13:8). Our Father has left His mark on every continent making sure humanity sees His mighty creations.

Escaping God is impossible!

Many books focus on building a personal relationship with God but don’t talk about His nature.

Our first glimpse into God’s undeniable Spirit begins in the first chapter of Genesis. Here we come in contact with God the Creator (Genesis 1:31).

 

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Science tries to explain the origins of life. They spend time and money looking for the answer yet lack in understanding the complexity of a single cell of the human body. Science uncovered fascinating discoveries (DNA) but fails to define the exact nature of life.

Humanity tries to disprove God as the sole creator of life. Throughout history, men use their intelligence against God’s intended purpose of the mind and came up with ridiculous theories of life’s existence. Egyptians and Greeks created false gods and worshiped them with vigorous exertion. God finds no favor with those who place false gods before Him (Exodus 20:2).

Darwinism is a popular view of creation. Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is an accepted explanation, and many people believe it’s the truth.

Mr. Darwin thought it was by chance that life is an adaption of change based on environmental factors.

Charles didn’t take into account God’s unique creation of the human soul.

The Lord connected us to Him through our souls. God has shown Himself to everyone, but only His chosen ones understand the truth of creation.

Once Christ anoints you with God’s Spirit, then a miraculous awareness of His presence permeates your mind, heart, and soul. This tremendous connectedness separates you from matters of the world and into the Light of eternal comfort. We are never the same once God embraces us with His love because experiencing His grace is an extraordinary event.

One of the finest illustrations of God’s persona is in the Book of Nahum. God shared with us His disposition. In this book’s first chapter, we come in contact with the Lord’s actions both in punishment and rewards. Those 15 verses explain God’s reactions to the believer and the unsaved soul.

 

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Nahum gives us three outstanding truths and one absolute reality of God’s temperament.  In verse 2 and 3, we learn God doesn’t tolerate wickedness. Here, we see God’s wrath, patience, and mightiness. The Lord is harsh on those who despise His power. No one can hide from God, and those verses show His outlook on defying Him.

Then in verse 7 God shows how pleased He is to His faithful followers. Our Father is eager to offer us with everything needed to live free from the cruel world. This verse gives insight to God’s goodness leaving no doubt His love for humanity.

 
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The Lord gives many insights to His person, and we know this to be true from our experiences with His words. We have discussed a few scriptures describing God’s mindset. The Bible is full of many verses attesting to God’s Spirit. We can agree to grow in the knowledge of Christ places us in the best position in understanding who God is and how we are to obey His commands.

God is remarkable!

 

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Author: walterkahler.wk@gmail.com

Living a Christian life isn't being perfect or self-righteous. Often people misunderstand the characteristics of a saved life. I sure did. Salvation isn't the absence of sin, but freed from its bondage. Experiencing God's living Spirit and knowing Christ is the essence of salvation and a sign of your eternal destination. I hope you will share your faith with me so we can grow together in the image of Christ.

2 thoughts on “Who is God?”

  1. Love this Walter. I so want people to know His nature. I know first hand how God’s nature gets construed when you only know him through the media and others who are also confused. That’s why I really like your blog and book. You work hard to introduce the broken to the character of Jesus.
    Thanks …deb

    1. Thanks, Deb, for your continued encouragement and support. I too know how easy it is to live in blindness from the real meaning of Christ’s Deity. In my brokenness, God delivered me into Christ’s saving arms. I’m grateful to understand it’s in my struggles with life that draw me closer to God. God bless you Sandy and your family.

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