Lesson 3 of10
Who is God?
Question 01Why do you think there are so many variations on how people view God? What are some of those variations?No Answers
Question 02How would you describe who God is? How do these qualities impact the way you live?No Answers
Question 03Since God is greater than humans, does this make it more difficult for you to get to know Him? Why do you to feel this way?No Answers
Question 04The Bible claims that God’s ways and thoughts are much higher than ours. What does this mean? How does this impact our ability to know and understand God?No Answers
Question 05God told Moses to call Him, “I AM WHO I AM.” What does this say about the nature of God?No Answers
Question 06Why is it important to recognize the goodness of God and His creation?No Answers
Question 07How might we view our short-comings in light of God’s goodness, patience, and forgiveness?No Answers
Exercise 01Compare and contrast a relationship with a perfect loving all-sovereign God and a relationship with a fellow person. What aspects make being in those relationships easier or harder than the other?No Answers
Exercise 02When Jesus was on earth, he had several “I AM” statements when referencing His divinity: John 1:1-5; 6:35; 8:12; 10:9; 10:11; 11:25; 14:6; and 15:1. Which of these passages stand out to you the most? What do they say about who God is?No Answers
Exercise 03Share what God has done in the past in your life. Share what you believe God is currently doing in your life. Finally, share what you would like to see God doing in your life in the future.No Answers
- God reveals himself throughout time so that people can worship the one true God.
- Evidences of the Existence of God.
- A God that always keeps his word.
- God’s ways above our ways.
- The Truth of God’s Nature.
- God is a loving, caring, beneficent God.
- A God that is God is long-suffering and forgiving.
- Striving to become more like God.