This Is Our God
Dr. Neufeld explores the attributes of God – what we need to know about His nature and character – and includes a full discussion of the doctrine of the Trinity.
God is not only the creator of all other things and therefore by necessity is unlike them but that all other things exist because He sustains them. All other things have a relationship of dependency on God. He, however is not dependent on them
he image of God in battle is but one image of a God who is Almighty. That is no one can stop His power. Whatever He wants to accomplish He does. There never is one thing that God sets out to do that He is unable to do because of a lack of resources or a lack of power.
“God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish.” Once we understand that we are perishing because the wrath of God rests on the human race, we see clearly that salvation consists in being saved from God’s anger.
Through the persons of the Trinity God has completely and objectively known himself. There is nothing about God that God does not know. God knows himself in a way that you and I can never know ourselves. We can only view ourselves as the subject of our observations but God can view himself as the object of his observations.