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God is Good (Joy) (Psalm 34:8, Psalm 119:68, Psalm 84:10-12 | God is (K)

On survey after survey when people are asked what they want most the answer they give is “to be happy.” Most of the world spends their lives perpetually searching for the next hit of happiness, but those hits always seem to fade. There is however a joy that is available to us that never ends and never fades. A joy that transcends circumstances and can be had even in the midst of suffering and that joy is found in knowing a God who is good. Good in all that He is, and good in all that He does.

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God is Omniscient (Psalm 139:1-6) | God Is

In Psalm 139 the Psalmist declares that the knowledge of God is so extensive that He knows every thought and action He takes. This is true but it only begins to scratch the surface of what we mean when we say that God is omniscient. When we say God is omniscient we say there is nothing in all creation or all history (past, present, future) that God does not know. As the Psalmist states it is a knowledge that “too wonderful for me; it is high, I cannot attain it.” The omniscience of God has implications for all sorts of things: on what we pray for and how we pray, on where we ought to turn for wisdom, on the trustworthiness of what God promises to us, but maybe most importantly it changes how we understand His love for us. It means that even though God knows everything about us, He still loves us and chose to send His son to redeem us.