Who is God?
who is god?
Disclaimer: This page is not enough to answer the question who is God? As a matter of fact, He is bigger than any description you could ever give him and nobody can describe God accurately or tell you about him fully. Only God reveals himself to you.
The Holy Bible says that God is the creator of the universe (Genesis 1:1). He is the Almighty (Isaiah 47:4), God the Father of Jesus Christ, the divine supreme being and the omnipotent. Although nobody can know God Almighty except through His Son Jesus Christ (John 10-14-15). And neither can anybody go to the Father except through the Son (John 14:5) because they are one (John 17:21). Still, the divine Supreme being reveals Himself to people in many ways. However, don’t just take my word for it, join the Daily Bible reading challenge and find out more about God for yourself. Then you will know the truth that sets free and renew your mind with biblical declarations to manifest your best life.
After all, He brings declarations anchored in biblical truths to manifestation – He honours his words above his name (Psalm 138:2) and, not mere words. Therefore, your belief in Him, the person of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and His Word will align you with His person so you can emulate him and speak words into existence as God himself did at the beginning of creation.
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God is indescribable, and only He can reveal himself to you. He revealed Himself to people in the past and present in many different ways, and you can know Him more in the future. Since many prophets of old and ordinary people in the Bible had unique encounters with Him, you will find Him when you seek Him for yourself. The God who revealed Himself to Adam as the creator of the universe and revealed himself to Moses as the deliverer of the children of Israel will reveal himself to you. Should you call on him as the God of Abraham, He will reveal Himself to you as El-Shaddai – the Almighty (Exodus 6:3). The God who spoke to Hagar, will reveal himself to you as El-Elyon -The God who sees me” (Genesis 16:13). Everybody who calls on him, he answers. Why not try calling on him today and see him reveal Himself to you too?
He knows the number of hair on your head, as many as they are, and not one of them falls to the ground without His knowledge (Matthew 10:29-30). The Almighty knows the end of all things from the beginning (Isaiah 46:9-10). God already knows how that life challenge or situation will end. God knows when you sit and rise, He knows your thoughts from afar off, and He knows all your ways (Psalm 139:2). He knows the secrets of your heart (Psalm 44:21) and your rages against Him (2 Kings 19:27). You cannot hide from Him so trust Him.
He will never leave you nor forsake you (Hebrews 13:5). So be rest assured that you are never alone. His real identity when you ask of Him. God is not far from each of us, for in Him we live and move and exist (Acts 17:27-28). He lives forever (Isaiah 57:15). He doesn’t sleep nor slumber (Psalm 121:4).
God is the Almighty, El-Shaddai – the most powerful. He dwells in heaven and makes the earth His footstool (Acts 7:49). God delivered the children of Israel from those who were too powerful for them (Exodus 6:6). Thus He saves from the fowler’s snare (Psalm 91:3). He will break the yoke of the oppressed (Isaiah 58:6). He has complete and total control over everything.
He is the CREATOR of the heavens and the earth, including all human beings created in His image, after His likeness (Genesis 1:26). Thus He knows your thoughts before you speak (Psalm 139:4). He knew you before you were formed from your mother’s womb (Jeremiah 1:5) and knitted you together in your mother’s womb (Psalm 139:13). You can boldly declare that “I am fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14).
While you are speaking, He will hear (Isaiah 65:24), and He knows the heart of all human beings (1 Kings 8:39). His hands formed you in the womb (Psalm 139:1-3, 15-16), and you call on Him, and He will answer. Henceforth, you can proclaim that He is a God who answers prayers and believes that you have what you asked for in prayers to Him.
GOD IS – You can learn the many different names of God and how you can apply them to your life in the I Declare Daily Christian Community.
God is the supreme being. He is the first person of the Trinity. God exists in three persons, God the Father, God the Son and The Holy Spirit (Matt. 28:19, 2 Cor. 13:14). He lived before the world began (John 8:58). He is the Word, and the Word is with Him (John 1:1). The Bible says there is only one God (Isaiah 45:5), and nobody created Him. He is the dominant character in the sacred texts of the Bible. You can only go to God the Father through his Son, Jesus Christ, who is the second person of the Trinity.
When you believe in the supernatural, you will most likely encounter God differently. Only God forgives. He is holy – his eyes cannot behold iniquity (Habakkuk. 1:13). God is a spirit being (John 4:24). However, where you want to believe in the supernatural, but you’re unsure what it entails, you know there’s a higher power, but you are yet to have that encounter, right?
He is the creator of the heavens and the earth, including all human beings created in His image, after His likeness (Genesis 1). Thus He knows your thoughts before you speak (Psalm 139:4). He knew you before you were formed from your mother’s womb (Jeremiah 1:5) and knitted you together in your mother’s womb (Psalm 139:13). You can boldly declare that “I am fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14). While you are speaking, He will hear (Isaiah 65:24), and He knows the heart of all human beings (1 Kings 8:39). His hands formed you in the womb (Psalm 139:1-3, 15-16), and you call on Him, and He will answer. Henceforth, you can proclaim that He is a God who answers prayers and believes that you have what you asked for in prayers to Him.