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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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Stripping Freedom

What does it mean to strip freedom? In America, freedom is taken for granted. Routine is worshiped. In Washington State, the Liberal agenda has taken precedence. People can't even dine out without giving the govenor and his posse their names and addresses. Los Angeles is also getting on board with this agenda. Not only has the COVID-19 lethal mindset leaked into government and politics, but (that's right) into hospitals as well.

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Tested by Fire

God allows several trials to come upon His people and the earth and has been since the beginning of time. He allows trials to be discipline or to develop perseverance in His people. With the outbreak of the Coronavirus (or COVID-19), there are no new perils for the eternal God. All suffering He endured on earth and is familiar with every heartache. Some trials will be judgment while others are meant for testing. This post will cover Isaiah 43:2-3 with an introduction of the Gospel at the end.

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The God of Perfect Holiness

he Law, also referred to as the Letter of the Law, refers to instruction. It is deprived from the Hebrew word, "Tora." Jesus came to fulfill the law, His set of instruction, as no human could ever atone for their own sins with the law as they could not keep it perfectly.

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The Attributes of God: Letter D, Deliverer

There are two meanings on which the word "deliver" hinges in the Old Testament. The first is used in a nontheological sense meaning to "deliver over" and then the second usage describes the nature of people delivered.

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