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.
"Elohim" is the plural name for God in the Hebrew language meaning "mighty one." The name references the trinity even though the word "trinity" does not appear in the Bible. However the trinity is doctrinally present throughout the Bible, with visuals made in creation, salvation, baptism, and judgement. The name "Elohim" is used more than 2,750 times in the Old Testament alone.
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.
Proverbs 10 was written by King David's son, Solomon, around the 4th Century before Christ came to Earth incarnate. It is a proverb about contrast, more importantly the contrast of fruits, comparing the folly of the foolish to the inheritance of the wise.
The name "comforter" comes from the Greek word "paracletos," meaning "advocate." In full, it is translated to mean "one who is summoned to the side of another." When Jesus was about to depart into Heaven to be at the right hand of the Father, He told the disciples that He must leave for the Holy Spirit, the helper, to come.