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.
It's hard to believe we are more than half way through the Attributes of God series already. This series has helped me to grow further in my walk with Christ and I hope it has been a similar ride for those reading and staying up to date on the series. It's truly amazing how much God allows His attributes to be studied, while not all the attributes are communicable. Without further ado, this post will cover the "N" attribute, "name above all names."
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.
The Attributes of God series has been on hold for a few weeks and it's time to once again resume. This 13th installment (half-way through already!) will discuss the loving father attribute of God. See the most recent article in the Attribute of God series entitled "The Attribute of God: Kind King."
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