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Grace Moments Devotions - September 13, 2016

  • 2016 Sep 13

September 13

God Is Omniscient

Normally we don’t like it when people think of themselves as smarter than we are. We call them know-it-alls, and that name is not meant as a compliment. Well, guess what? God is omniscient; he really does know it all. His mind is vast enough to track all the thoughts and actions of all the people on earth. His memory has enough RAM to remember all human history, small and great.

Psalm 139:1,2 says, “O Lord, you have searched me and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar.” This has to be terrifying to an unbeliever. It means that you will never ever get away with anything.

But those who believe they are forgiven in Christ will find the concept of an omniscient God greatly comforting. It means that we are worshiping a great big God. It means he won’t forget to take care of us, the way we forget to feed the fish and find them floating upside down. It means he remembers all his promises, keeps all his commitments, and won’t ever lose track of a single one of us.

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