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The Bible teaches that a person is convinced in the existence of God through knowledge with him, if the Holy Spirit impresses the heart and mind towards the facts of these existence. In many cases, people may trust God first, only then starts to build a logical and intellectual basis for faith in a God who can not see. As we saw yesterday, the Bible describes God as our Creator, a fact that shows how he or she is linked with this world. What do the following texts teach us in regards to the other activities of God here on earth, especially in the context from the great controversy? Further Study: Read "danger of speculative knowledge", The Ministry of Healing, p. 334, 345, "The Word made flesh," Testimonies, vol. 2, pp. 344-349, and "Preface" and "Introduction", The Great Controversy, p. 5-15. Meditate on the attributes of God expressed in Scripture. How many of them may know from other sources, that is, of nature, or from personal expertise? What do you teach your answer about how the Scriptures are essential to our understanding of the God is actually like? How much confidence can we have within our conclusions about God, apart from the information given in the Bible? Is there room for God realization using their company sources? If so, exactly what are they, and how to ensure that the information given is correct? Discussion Questions: How have you ever experienced personally God's activity? How have you ever seen action in your lifetime and the lives of others? How can you figure out how to get comfort from finding out how close and intimate relationship with God is within us? Why any worldview that denies supernatural contradicts the Word of God

Even essentially the most cursory reading from the Bible reveals that God is actively included in humanity and with what happens here on Earth. Not far away, indifferent, as some ancient Greeks taught about God, as well as as some Christian theologians try to describe today. Although radically different from what has been made, God is intimately associated with its creation. Read Malachi 3:6 (CB) James 1:17 (CB), 1 John 4:8 and 16 (CB), and a pair of Chronicles 6:18 (CB). What do these texts tell us regarding the attributes of God? What other attributes of God are revealed within the Word? "In His Word, God has dedicated to men the ability necessary for salvation. The Holy Scriptures can be accepted just as one authoritative, infallible revelation of His will. Are the standard of character, the revealer of doctrines, and also the stone test of religious experience. "All Scripture is God-breathed and it is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness in order that the man of God could be complete,

furnished completely unto every work good '(2 Tim. 3:16, 17, VM) "(CS 9).

The Bible reveals truths about God, do not find elsewhere. Among these truths belongs to who will be the Creator. In fact, this can be a first thing the Bible informs us about God: he created "the heavens as well as the earth" (Gen. 1:1). "God has become pleased to communicate His truth to the world by human agencies, and He Himself, by His Holy Spirit, qualified men and enabled the crooks to make that work well. los adventistas