In the Bible, God is depicted as merciful and loving; omnipresent yet all-powerful he cannot be compared with Jesus Christ as He can die.
One of the more dangerous heretical views is the notion that Jesus combines both his divine and human aspects into one person, contrary to Scripture which states He has two distinct natures.
God is omnipresent
God is omnipresent, meaning He exists everywhere at once in space and time. Though His presence may not always be immediately noticeable to individuals, He remains ever present – which explains why the Bible describes His presence as like the breeze (Psalm 46:1; Isaiah 57:15). Additionally, this also helps explain how He may intervene simultaneously with another individual even though they don’t share physical proximity.
Understanding God is of vital importance, especially as He is described as being present everywhere at once by Scripture. “Omni” comes from Latin and means all. According to scripture, His omnipresence means His constant, eternal presence everywhere He resides – including our hearts and minds! Evil cannot conquer it or overcome His power!
While the Old Testament depicted God as an oppressive, powerful entity, Jesus revealed a softer side of Him who is loving and forgiving. Jesus demonstrated God’s true nature because he represented both divine and human elements simultaneously as part of the Trinity – three persons joined into one essence that make up one essence.
Christians sometimes mistake God’s omnipresence with His omnipotence and omniscience, thinking He knows everything there is to know because of his ubiquitousness. While He certainly exists everywhere in our universe, He doesn’t possess all knowledge. While He may possess certain areas better than others, He’s not omniomniscient – meaning He doesn’t possess all information ever known!
The biblical doctrine of Trinity asserts that God exists as one Essence composed of three equal and eternal Persons – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This teaching has profound effects on how we perceive God and view His relationship to His Son Jesus Christ. While understanding Him as Father seems intuitive to many believers, others struggle to accept his humanity while remaining divine at once.
This issue can be difficult, but biblical evidence speaks clearly: Jesus Christ was fully human while also possessing all of the character traits associated with God: omnipresence, omnipotence, and omniscience. Furthermore, as both God and man, his dual nature enabled Him to perform miracles while understanding our suffering as humans he created. Furthermore, Christ is free of sin: He eats, drinks and sleeps but doesn’t face death or decay; instead He created and sustains all creation from its conception to today without needing or dependencies from anyone – without suffering or emotional fragility like humans do (such as fear or self-pity).
God is omniscient
“Omniscient” refers to God as being all-knowing. This characteristic indicates that He possesses complete awareness of all that has ever taken place or will take place, including every thought and belief held by every person on Earth or in Heaven – angel or demon – ever. Furthermore, His actions always align with His character while remaining loving and compassionate towards those who trust in him.
God is all-knowing because He created everything (Psalms 104:24-25; Colossians 1:16-17). He does not depend on anything else for existence, being self-existent as He does not need anything else for survival. Additionally, He is all-powerful – capable of accomplishing anything He pleases with absolute power, as well as everywhere at once (Heaven and earth alike).
He is immortal because He does not die; and He possesses all three aspects of Father, Son and Holy Spirit in one Person. Jesus Christ was God in human form who could empathize with us because he served faithfully as high priest.
God possesses all knowledge and power; He rules over all of creation with absolute dominion. He is merciful toward those who love Him; rewarding those who obey Him while punishing sinners accordingly. Additionally, He is just because He acts in accordance with moral standards which apply equally across society.
He is eternal, as He remains constant throughout eternity and does not undergo changes that would tempt Him to lie or cheat; His character remains consistent throughout His entire existence and cannot ever be misrepresented or falsified because He does not alter; instead He remains true and reliable in everything He does.
Christians reading the Bible know that all these attributes can be seen in Jesus Christ as He represents all aspects of God in human form. When this occurs, they understand He truly is God with all of his attributes present.
Some believers question how Jesus could possibly be God when He lived as a mere mortal with limited knowledge and power on Earth. Critics argue that He cannot possibly be immortal and never die; however, the Bible teaches that He and the Father are One and yet He has his own distinct personality as the Son does share some qualities with both.
To understand this concept, one must comprehend the Trinity. The Trinity refers to God in three equal persons – Father, Son and Holy Spirit who all serve a distinct role in salvation – the Father is Creator while Son saver and Holy Spirit comforter respectively.
God is omnipotent
God is both all-powerful and omnipresent – that means He exists everywhere at once – creating everything He pleases in this universe without asking for permission or waiting for someone else. Examples of His power in Scripture include the Great Flood, Sodom & Gomorrah judgments, Exodus miracles and plagues and even Jesus himself who showed His compassion by empathizing with people’s needs while showing Him as Lord incarnate.
God is also omniscient, which means He knows everything that happens past, present and future. Because He knows what’s coming up next He can plan accordingly while He also understands what’s going on now so He can answer any queries from you about what’s transpiring now.
Some believe Jesus was not all-powerful or omnipresent due to His lack of knowledge regarding Judgement Day, yet this argument does not stand up under scrutiny as He did not become all-knowing after becoming human – He could only know as much as any human could possibly know, which wasn’t very much.
People often use the term “All-powerful God” to mean that He can do anything He wants, no matter if it be good or evil. Furthermore, people often believe that His unwavering control over all areas of existence gives Him power to make all things right in this universe – in other words He possesses everything necessary for creating order out of chaos.
The Bible also teaches us that God is omnipresent, meaning He exists simultaneously everywhere at all times. This includes His throne, temple and in the lives of believers alike. While He may manifest Himself more strongly in certain areas than others, He does not limit Himself by either time or space constraints.
Many have tried to argue that God cannot be all-powerful due to evil in the world, yet this does not hold up under scrutiny. Evils in our world do not stem from any lack of power on His part; rather they arise due to people choosing sinful desires over His. Moreover, the Bible clearly asserts His supreme sovereignty (Genesis 1:26); it only He who has ultimate say over what’s best for creation – so He alone knows who needs forgiveness of their sins before being welcomed back into His kingdom!