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The Attributes of God: Omnipotent Creator

With great power comes great responsibility. On a human level, an increase in power usually leads a person to become selfish and irrational, often abusing their positions if humility isn’t established. Thankfully, God does not operate on a human level when it comes to divine attributes, unlike the deities in Roman and Greek mythology. He is a God of unlimited power, completely balanced by His holy attributes.

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The Attributes of God: Merciful Provider

We have arrived at the 14th installment of the Attributes of God series. The series has developed over time and it's been truly exciting to see the impact. More and more churches that are willing to teach proof are dwindling. This article will cover the mercifulness of God.

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The Attributes of God: Kind King

The attributes of God series is now on the 12th installment! It's incredible how time has flown by and the series has continued to unfold. It's encouraging to see how the series has impacted others. I know personally, the series has made me grow closer to God as I learned His character. This series was a suggestion from my husband as I was trying to figure out what to write about next and God has blossomed it as time has progressed. This post will focus on the attribute of kindness (or lovingkindness as some translations will state). Make sure to follow the blog so you get a front row seat to new posts!

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The Attributes of God: Just Ruler

Prenatal appointments, labratory tests, screenings, pregnancy fatigue. These are the words I would use to describe this past week or so. The Attributes of God series had been on hold, and is now ready to roll again. This post will cover the justice attribute of God and why this attribute brings comfort to believers.

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The Attributes of God: Inheritor of All Nations

God's right to rule is actually seen by His creation of the earth and other planets, space, animals, and humans in Genesis 1-2. This shows his eternal right to rule. Christ's genealogy through the Tribe of Judah shows His right as an heir due to familial ties. Jesus is a formal name, whereas Christ is a title bestowed upon Him, meaning "appointed one."

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