Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one. (Deuteronomy 6:4)
I hope you will join me this Sunday morning as we resume the “God’s Incommunicable Attributes” series.
To date we have covered God’s immutability, that is His unchangeableness and God’s Self-Sufficiency, also known as His total independence - He does not need anything or anyone outside of Himself. You may review those messages by clicking on the underlined title.
Most of us have been aware at one time or another of the painful loneliness that exists as a part of life for fallen creatures like ourselves. King Solomon put it like this in Proverbs 14: “Each heart knows its own bitterness, and no one else can share its joy.”
The fall has left us isolated; separated from God and somehow, even at the best of times, feeling as though we are standing on the wrong side of the door to a room we want desperately to be welcomed into. This is not something that God experiences; and it is nothing that He ever intended for us!
God exists and always has existed as “One” - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, ever experiencing interpersonal relationship and always in perfect unity. God did not create the universe to satisfy some cosmic sense of loneliness - more on this Sunday morning at 10:30