How do we know that God exists? Can we really know God? How much of God can we know? In this lesson, we will learn the answers to these questions and observe the grace God has shown us in revealing Himself in Scripture and nature.
Beginning to see but more to learn so Jesus told them to "tell no one." Does your response earn a "Blessed are you?" or a "Get behind me Satan?" It depends on whether you know the real Jesus or depend on your knowledge/opinion?
Where does integrity begin?
Who is Christ?
Why the censures?
What is the cost?
What are the consequences?
In this message, Randy Kirkland teaches on the knowability of God -- we can, in fact, rightly and surely know this One, True and Living God. He has revealed Himself sufficiently and clearly for us in His written Word, the Bible.
So in this study we learn about the high calling and ultimate pursuit of THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD.
Though we can never understand God fully, we can nevertheless know Him truly. We can gain knowledge about God and His existence through His creation and our conscience. But this is sufficient only for our condemnation, not our salvation. To know God savingly, we need the Scriptures.
Part 6 of an exposition of systematic theology. Having proved that God exists, the next question to address is that of our relationship to him. Can we know God, and if so, can we only know about him, or can we know him as a father and a friend?