The Knowledge of God
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▼ Show Notes

We have interesting thoughts on God’s knowledge and knowing Him. We tend to think he thinks like we do or that He has just a bit more knowledge than everyone. We think of God having sort of a supercomputer, but we don’t think of His knowledge as supreme as it is.

God’s Knowledge

It should give us tremendous comfort to think about God’s knowledge and other attributes correctly. He first loved us. He knows everything about us from eternity past and first loved us. He gave Himself for us while knowing us thoroughly. We see just how absurd it is to think, “how could God love me” when we rightly think about His knowledge, love, mercy, grace, immutability, power, essence, and so on. 

In this episode, we conclude that we can rest in God’s knowing us, that it gives us comfort as we trust Him, that He knows our plans, that His will is perfect and unchanging, that He knows all of the alternatives, that He knows the answer to everything instantly, that He isn’t surprised by additional knowledge, and that He is far superior in knowledge to anyone or thing that we can imagine.

Rest in God’s Knowing Us

We explore the difference between knowing about God and knowing God. This is the purpose of this study of God’s attributes. It isn’t just an academic exercise, but the academic exercise is a necessary element toward truly knowing God.

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“Today we explore the difference between knowing about God and knowing God. 

He knows everything about us from eternity past and first loved us.”

John Warren