Theology: The Doctrine of God

"The whole of my life stood open to His view from the beginning. He foresaw my every fall, my every sin, my every backsliding; yet, nevertheless, fixed His heart upon me. Oh, how the realization of this should bow me in wonder and worship before Him!"
"God's knowledge of the future is as complete as is His knowledge of the past and the present, and that is because the future depends entirely upon Himself."
"Neither the darkness of night, the closest curtains, nor the deepest dungeon can hide any sinner from the eyes of Omniscience."
Often Christians tend to think that if we don't have certain feelings, it means the Holy Spirit is not at work.
Passages used to support this view actually teach that all believers in Christ receive the Holy Spirit at conversion.
Some cults, and even some modern-day evangelicals, teach that the Holy Spirit, though perhaps somehow "divine", is an impersonal force.
Scripture clearly teaches the existence and deity of God the Holy Spirit.
Even the devils know who Jesus Christ is, but that kind of Christology does not save a sinner or produce genuine spiritual fruit.
Sinners who believe on Him are not saved on the installment plan. The debt is "paid in full!"
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