God is the Creator (Genesis 1:1)

The Bible begins with this simple, yet profound statement: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen 1:1). This statement is simple because we learn that everything was created by God. It is profound because of the magnitude of the creative power of God. In our sermon today, we shall focus onContinue reading “God is the Creator (Genesis 1:1)”

I Love The Trinity

Author James White wrote about the Trinity: “The Trinity is the highest revelation God has made of Himself to His people¹.” Being the highest revelation of God, the Trinity demands our attention. The Trinity describes the relationship between the three Persons of God who share the one Being of God. If you did not completelyContinue reading “I Love The Trinity”

The Omnipresence of God (Genesis 1:1)

Over the past few weeks we have been learning about key attributes of God as we prepare for our study of the book of Genesis. Thus far we have learned that God is self-existent (eternal with no beginning or end), omnipotent (all-powerful), and omniscient (all-knowing). In our sermon today, we shall learn that God isContinue reading “The Omnipresence of God (Genesis 1:1)”

The Omniscience of God (Genesis 1:1)

Growing up I was told about a man who could see me when I was sleeping; he knew when I was awake; he knew if I was bad or good so, therefore, I should be good for goodness sake. While Christians should not be overly concerned about Santa Claus watching us, we should be thankfulContinue reading “The Omniscience of God (Genesis 1:1)”

The Omnipotence of God (Genesis 1:1)

You may have heard this question before: “Can God create a rock so large that He is unable to lift it?” It is a well-known and challenging question because the Bible teaches that God is all-powerful and has complete control (Omnipotence).  Therefore, if you answer ‘No, He cannot make a rock too large…’ you feelContinue reading “The Omnipotence of God (Genesis 1:1)”

The Self-Existence of God (Genesis 1:1)

Today we begin our study of the book of Genesis. In the very first verse we read: “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen 1:1). In this verse we learn about the beginning of the universe, but we are not told about God’s beginning. How did God begin? Did someone orContinue reading “The Self-Existence of God (Genesis 1:1)”