Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Who could explain the totality of our eternal God? Who could define or dictate his immense nature, purpose, and will? Who could go into the chambers of his presence, and correct or question his wisdom? For the Word of God says in 1 Corinthians 13 "Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known". Just ask Job where was he when God created the heavens and the earth? Or John when he received a new "revelation" (unveiling) of God's nature. Trying to completely define God and the trinity in some analytical way, limits his existence and his eternal character. I have learned that right when I thought I have embraced the totality of life and my understanding of my faith in God, he reveals another side of his eternal nature. Many have tried to explain the beauty of the trinity by analogies that are depicted in nature, physics, and even intellectual philosophies. But, one thing I know, "the righteous shall live by faith" for faith is the substance that pleases God and the substance that will ultimately shield you from your own prides, intellect, and or the darts of the enemy.


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