The God of Love and Hate

     According to much of today’s popular thinking and theology, the God of love does not abhor or abominate anyone or anything (except, of course, the person who dares to say that He hates sin).  However, the Holy Scriptures are equally clear on these two…

The Unique Powers of God and His Word

       According to Psalm 147:15-18, the word of God governs nature in several unique ways.  Here, it is written, “He sends out His command to the earth; His word runs very swiftly.  He gives snow like wool; He scatters the frost like ashes; He casts out…

God’s Pleasure

       A good indicator of a man’s character and values is what makes him laugh, cry, and angry.  Another indicator would be what it is he derives his greatest pleasure from.  According to Psalm 147:10-11, Jehovah “does not delight in the strength of the…

Jehovah’s Praiseworthiness

       Jehovah’s praiseworthiness is like a brilliant diamond with an endless number of facets.  It is a bottomless well which can never be exhausted.  In Psalm 145:10-16, David states four facets of Jehovah’s utter praiseworthiness when he wrote, “All Your works shall praise You,…

In the Sight of the Righteous God

       “I don’t see anything wrong with it.”  How often that foolish statement has been used as the standard to justify a person’s actions.  “Behold, I thought” kept General Naaman a leper (2 Kings 5:1-11) and Saul of Tarsus a blasphemer, persecutor, and insolent…