Alleluia Praise – God Unlimited – And We Will Sing Your Praise

Posted By on March 8, 2018

The Attributes of God – A. He knows everything: everything possible, everything actual and all creatures, of the alleluia Praise – God Unlimited – And We Will Sing Your Praise, the present, and the future. He is perfectly acquainted with every detail in the life of every being in heaven, in earth, and in hell. Nothing escapes His notice, nothing can be hidden from Him, nothing is forgotten by Him.

Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, Thou understandest my thoughts afar off. Iying down, and art acquainted with all my ways. What a wondrous Being is the God of Scripture! Each of His glorious attributes should render Him honorable in our esteem.

The apprehension of His omniscience ought to bow us in adoration before Him. How solemn is this fact: nothing can be concealed from God! Though He be invisible to us, we are not so to Him. Neither the darkness of night, the closest curtains, nor the deepest dungeon can hide any sinner from the eyes of Omniscience. The trees of the garden were not able to conceal our first parents.

No human eye beheld Cain murder his brother, but his Maker witnessed his crime. The wicked do as naturally hate this Divine perfection as much as they are naturally compelled to acknowledge it. They wish there might be no Witness of their sins, no Searcher of their hearts, no Judge of their deeds. But to the believer, the fact of God’s omniscience is a truth fraught with much comfort. There is no cause for fearing that the petitions of the righteous will not be heard, or that their sighs and tears shall escape the notice of God, since He knows the thoughts and intents of the heart. God not only knows everything that has happened in the past in every part of His vast dominion, and He is not only thoroughly acquainted with everything that is now transpiring throughout the entire universe, but He is also perfectly cognizant of every event, from the least to the greatest, that ever will happen in the ages to come.

Now the Divine knowledge of the future is not a mere abstraction, but something which is inseparably connected with and accompanied by His purpose. God has Himself designed whatsoever shall yet be, and what He has designed must be effectuated. Nothing relating to the future is in anywise uncertain so far as the actualization of God’s counsels are concerned. None of His decrees are left contingent either on creatures or secondary causes.


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