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Doctrine Of The Father Essay

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Introduction
The most prominent and glorious being anywhere on this earth and in the heavens is God Almighty. He is the Creator and Lord of all. “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof.”The invisible heaven , and the hosts of the earth are His. And as everything belongs to Him by creation, dominion and authority will extend over all things forever. (System of Theology)
Everything, from birds to the solar energy was designed and should remind us of our God, When we look up at the sky at night and gaze unto the beautiful stars we should be reminded of a superior being. When we stand in front of the vast ocean and see it stop at our feet, have you ever wondered what makes it stop?
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d. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, such as (psalm 71:22; also Isaiah 12:5),
1.) Love to sing hymns of praise like “ Holy, Holy, Holy” and understand it is the character of God which ultimately determines morality.
a. God loves music. Psalm 149:3-4
b. God loves to be sung about. Ephesians 5:18-20
c. God loves to sing . Zephaniah 3:17

God should be celebrated because He is sovereign
1. God is the only Sovereign 1Timothy 6:15
a. Sovereign means God is above all things and before all things. He is the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end. He is immortal, and He is present everywhere so that everyone can know Him (Revelation 21:6).
The Trinity of God
1. Trinity means three in one. God is three persons in one God, and each person in the Godhead is distinct from the other.
a. Though we can illustrate a trinity as with a circle separated into 3 parts, this doctrine can not be adequately understood or taught.
b. There are things about God that we are not expected to understand.
1. We believe God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit are equal, yet different in their responsibilities.
2. This truth is seen in 2 Corinthians 13:14
3. The distinctive ministries of the three members of the Godhead can be seen in creation, salvation, and the writing of the Bible.
2. God is Eternal (Isaiah 13:12-13)
Like God we are everlasting, but unlike God our beginning was with conception.
Now there are some who doubt or downright deny Gods existence.
Yuri Gararin, a Russian cosmonaut is one of these people. He uses God’s invisibility as proof.
But truth be told, we don’t see electricity, but we know that it exist.
3. How Do We Know God Exists Eternally?
a.) The Bible says so in Psalm 90:2 God existed before anything was made.
1. God is the uncreated creator
2. He has no beginning. He has existed forever,
b.)The Bible points us to creation to prove the eternal existence of God. (Romans 1:20)
1.) Each thing God has made: lion, elephant, whale, a human being and the universe were all made by God.
2.) Anything made by God proves God is smarter, stronger, and older than the creature is.
When I look at this universe and the things in it I cannot help but to see God in all. When I look at the tree’s at the changing of the season and I observe all the beautiful colors I see God. When I stand on my deck at night and gaze up at the stars against that dark blue background, I know that’s Gods work.
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