God truly is love! It’s amazing!

We cite many nouns in describing God, the truly existent God of all. God is Spirit, God is One, God is everywhere, and God is Love. Now, in terms of love, it involves human feelings. 1 John 4 describes God as Love twice. God is called agape (God loves humanity). This means that this is one of the characteristics of God. This means that God is the most self-sacrificial being in the universe, for coming down as Jesus and dying on the cross for our sins. Nonetheless, love is not our God, but our God is Love.

He is the perfect picture of what love really means. God chose to love this world, even if it were fallen and in error. We are His Beloved Humans. We respond to His Love, and we are blessed truly with new life. His unconditional self-sacrificial love is all we need to lead a truly awesome life.

GOD LOVES YOU! For John 3:16-18 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.”

If you know what GOD’s love is, however, you’d see it as unconditional and uncaused. You’d see GOD’s love as encompassing over everything. Love may be described as the most important thing ever in history. Because of love, GOD created the Earth. Because of love, GOD sent His Son (as referenced above), and allowed His Holy Spirit to come and dwell within us (John 20:22). GOD’s ultimate purpose for all this? To fellowship and share with His people, and to do it through love. Love never ends, just as stated above.

We did nothing to initiate this love. And even when we’ve sinned, caused every issue against humanity…GOD STILL LOVES US! So, if people judge you, are hateful toward you, and even despise you – there will still be GOD who LOVES YOU WITH ALL HIS HEART! His love never fails, never gives up, and never runs out (Psalm 107:1-22 and Psalm 136:1-26 and Lamentations 3:22-24).

The Beatitudes explained

The Beatitudes are the name of the first part of Jesus’ teachings for the Sermon on the Mount. The descriptions and instructions are given for those who are to live in the Kingdom of God. Now, the Beatitudes are not absolute instructions or laws, they are the results of entering the Kingdom of God. God is to intervene in history and produce people just like those described in the Sermon on the Mount.

The idea behind using Kingdom of God is the phrase, “God is King” from Psalm 47:7. Kings, especially ancient, had absolute power over their entire dominion, and Hallelujah! God has absolute power over all Creation (His Dominion).

Kings typically provided protection for the people in their territories, provide what their subjects need, maintain order in the Kingdom (especially in legal matters), and represent the deity (God usually).

The Now and the Future Kingdom

The Gospels were clear that the Kingdom of God was a present experience (Luke 11:20; 17:21). Jesus’ teachings, healing, miracles, and other ministry were manifestations of the Kingdom. However, we see in many of the letters to different territories from the apostles made it clear that the Kingdom of God was also a future experience, as Jesus Returns. What it seems the Scriptures are clear about is that we have a limited experience of the Kingdom of God; however, the fullness of the Kingdom of God will be in the future.

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven/God

Matthew 5:3

The “poor in spirit” are those who recognize they have a need for God in all things, and like the poor and destitute who need others, the poor in spirit know only God can save and protect them from anything.

What the world is saying…

Humanity’s religions value the “spiritual master” or “spiritual guru”. People think if they know and do the right things, they can find their own spiritual salvation. People can find answers to their problems if they could just recognize it.


Jesus told us that the opposite is true. Those that are spiritually dry before God are happier, because they realize that they can rely on God’s strength, in which He cannot fail. This means that His believers cannot fail then either, as they have the certainty that in the Kingdom of God, The Messiah is in charge and in control.

See other verses: Isaiah 29:19; 61:1; Luke 6:20; Matthew 18:4.

Blessed are they that mourn, for they will be comforted

Matthew 5:4

“Those who mourn” are those people wishing for God to send His Messiah, in hopes God will restore His Kingdom and set the world right and free. We are told in Isaiah 61:2-3 that the Messiah would come to comfort those who mourn and provide for those who are grieving in Zion. These people understand the mess the world is in and seek God’s redemption. Their comfort comes in knowing that the Messiah has come, in which the redemption they hoped for will occur soon.

What the world is saying…

People need to avoid grief and pain. The pursuit of happiness is valued above other things, and hiding pain and reality is best. Nothing is solved, but pretending to be happy is sufficient.


In his austere contrast, Jesus asserted that the true way toward happiness has to come through a radical shift in thought process of people – a repentance in other words – so we can see ourselves for who we really are. Once people are broken in life, God’s Will can be so much more accomplished, because people actually recognize who they really are, and why God chose them to be on this Earth: For His Purposes! This is the absolute utmost importance in the Kingdom of God and what will be a true sense of happiness. Only after recognizing the sorrow of trying to trust in the world is when we can recognize that God comforts us by His Spirit and that we can trust in Him and His Strength. Knowing the Messiah has come to offer redemption is the greatest comfort for those who mourn. If you are broken and contrite, God has a plan to bring you comfort… Be patient and wait for the Lord’s relief for your suffering.

See also: Isaiah 61:2-3; 66:13; John 14:1; 16:7; 16:20; Revelation 7:17.

Blessed are the meek for they will inherit the Earth

Matthew 5:5

We see this similarly in:

  • Psalm 37:11, “But the meek shall inherit the earth; and shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace.”
  • Psalm 32:1-2, “Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man unto whom the LORD imputeth not iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no guile.” This notes all who the Lord has forgiven. Those poor in spirit are inheritors of the Kingdom of God.
  • Proverbs 8:34-35, “Blessed is the man that heareth me, watching daily at my gates, waiting at the posts of my doors. For whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall obtain favour of the LORD.”
  • Psalm 41:1, “Blessed is he that considereth the poor: the LORD will deliver him in time of trouble.” We remember Jesus’ note about being merciful in Matthew 5:7.

What the world says…

The proud and strong inherit the earth. Only those clever enough or confident enough in their abilities inherit what life has to offer. Gaining wealth, power, and respect is part of gaining the world. Some assert that gentleness does not get you far.


It may seem like meekness is a disadvantage; however, it is wonderful in God’s Eyes. God invites you to trust in Him, and this gives you certainty that His Plans will work and accomplish what He has promised for His People.

See also: Isaiah 61:1; Numbers 12:3.

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they will be filled

Matthew 5:6

Similar to how poverty leads to hunger, spiritual poverty can lead to hunger for righteousness. Jesus is talking about people who desire God’s Rule over their life, which brings justice for all. God will satisfy the hungry and thirsty for righteousness. This fulfills God’s Promise in Isaiah 65:13, “My servants will eat… my servants will rejoice…”

How the Old Testament described righteousness: This was a legal relationship, such as in law, courts, judges, etc. It meant ethical or good or fair behavior. It described also a covenant relationship, in which God would relate and do right toward His People.

How the New Testament explained righteousness: It was similar to how the Old Testament explained it, and Paul expanded the legal part of this. Because of Jesus’ atoning death on the cross, God justifies sinners. This does not mean God makes people righteous, but that God has applied Christ’s righteousness to us so we can become legally acquitted of the penalty of sin, which is death.

Jesus reflected righteousness in the covenant concept to described what is restored: the relationship between God and humanity; 2. Relationship between humans and Creation; 3. Human relationships.

What the world says…

Hungering for right things is playing a fool. Things don’t just change, and sometimes setting aside honor to do what is inconvenient may be needed. Quit worrying about what is right, and just get what you need. Look out for number one!


Jesus gives the promise that those who are starving for righteousness will be satisfied, for His Kingdom is characterized by righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit.

See also: Romans 14:17; Isaiah 55:1-13; 65:15; John 6:48.

Blessed are the merciful for they will be shown mercy

Matthew 5:7

Mercy is part of God’s Nature. People experiencing God’s Mercy are indeed grateful to Him, and this seeks to cultivate a merciful attitude in return to God.

What the world says…

People want justice, and want to condemn other people to make themselves feel better. The world idolizes the arrogant and merciless in sports and athletics, and also idolizes wealth and fame, and movie celebrities. Mercy is a liability, because of how costly it is, which prevents people from managing their goals.


Jesus challenged the world’s thinking on this matter, in which mercy is an essential quality. Mercy described Jesus’ life, as God has mercy on us. Jesus bridges giving and receiving mercy, and recognizing that God is truly merciful and cannot be bought by our mercy. Receiving God’s most precious act of mercy is great, which is eternal life.

See also: Psalm 86:15; Joel 2:13; Psalms 103:8; 145:8; Luke 6:36.

Blessed are the pure in heart for they will see God

Matthew 5:8

Seeing God is one of the greatest hopes for a believer; however, only the pure in heart will have this blessing. Purity of heart is not a personal effort, and is not part of maturity. A pure heart is one free of sin, and only Christ Jesus can clean us of sin. God gives a pure heart, as we desire and He grants us.

What the world says…

Culture devalues a pure heart, whereas instead people search for pure water, pure air, pure food, etc. Having a polluted heart is not a problem for the world.


Jesus said that it is not what goes into a man that defiles him, but what comes out (Matthew 15:11). True happiness is only in the presence of God. It inspires those living in the Kingdom of God to want to seek God.

See also: Exodus 33:20; Psalm 24:3-4; 51; Hebrews 12:14; Revelation 22:1-4; 1 John 3:2-3.

Blessed are the peacemakers for they will be called sons of God

Matthew 5:9

Peace is always central to the Kingdom of God; therefore, those normally at war with each other would become at peace, and all things are made right especially when peace occurs. We are also made adopted children of God when we are saved.

What the world says…

Get peace at any price, and give peace a chance. Peace means the ceasing of conflict, and the world wants to be free of war. World peace will solve all problems. Some seek personal peace through many ideas: Music, drugs, meditation, destressing methods, etc.


Jesus promised His Disciples peace before Ascending. His peace is a clear sign that the Kingdom of God is within our grasp or midst. Only Jesus makes that peace possible, and only in Him are we adopted children of God.

See also: Psalm 4:8; Isaiah 9:6; Romans 5:1; 12:18.

Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the Kingdom of God

Matthew 5:10

Just as the Kingdom of God belongs to those poor in spirit, it also belongs to those who are persecuted because of righteousness. Enduring opposition is important, because it shows that we stand up for what we truly believe in!

What the world says…

Principles are good, but not if they get you killed or cause grief. Righteousness is not valued in the world. Standards for right and wrong are not governed by what God desires, people get away with what they can do for their own desires.


Jesus made it clear that the disciples would experience persecution, and it may seem that loneliness and isolation are part of what is doing right; however, your reward is in Heaven. He sent the Holy Spirit to guide and comfort us, so we are not alone. He is always there. He will always be there… You understand?

See also: 1 Peter 3:14-15; 5:10; Luke 6:22-23; John 15:18-21.

Blessed are those who have not seen yet have believed

John 20:29

Jesus spoke about the Resurrection here, where it’s one thing to see the risen Christ as many of His Disciples had, but it is another to believe today based on these eyewitnesses. There are blessings in recognizing Christ has risen and truly believing the eyewitnesses.

What the world says…

Nobody knows what happened 2,000 years ago. People can’t just resurrect from the dead. Skeptics note the Bible’s contradictions.


Jesus said that He IS the Resurrection and the Life (John 11:25). We have testimony of the apostles and t he ministration of the Holy Spirit.

See also: 1 Peter 1:8; John 1:12; 17:20-21; 1 Corinthians 15.

It is more blessed to give than to receive

Acts 20:35

Giving to those in need leads to more happiness than receiving. The life that continuously takes without giving is selfish, and this leads to greater unhappiness. Meeting people’s needs is the road to a blessed life.

What the world says…

Look out for number one, cater to your own needs, target your own pleasures. Get what you can now. If you are generous, people will take advantage of you. You make it on your own. You cannot please everyone, so just please yourself.


Jesus says He came to serve and He urges His Believers to do the same. He wants us to have the joy of serving others, and serving God, and to delight in what He has called them to do. We are blessed when we follow our Master’s example (Christ’s example), for a servant is not greater than his Master.

See also: Matthew 6:1-4; Luke 6:38; 22:24-30.

The Beginning of it all (Journey the Word 1)

Welcome to the Journey the Word series. We are journeying chronologically through the Word of God from Genesis to Revelation. This is the beginning of that series. Thank you for continuing to read our content. We do hope you enjoy this series, for it is going to be the longest series and one of the most important. Each post will be numbered in that same parenthesis “Journey the Word #” to help guide you to reading in the right Chronological order. 🙂 Enjoy!

The setting of the Bible itself is usually in the Middle East, Asia, and Europe (and occasionally Heaven). The conflict begins right from the start as God’s beloved creatures are ruined by sin. Adam and Eve’s rebellion is assuredly the curse that brought sin and death into the beautiful pristine world that is Earth. God has worked on redemption from there until present.

Much of this redemptive process always had the same recurring process: God attracts people to Salvation in Him by sacrifices made, then people fall away, God sends judgment or allows suffering, people come back to Him, and then the cycle repeats.

Because of this cycle of turmoil, God eventually sent Jesus to take the redemptive helm. He is the graceful one that imputed righteousness upon people that believe upon God and are obedient to believe that Jesus Christ took their sin away and gives them eternal life.

But still, with people’s decisive rebellion and ignorance, there is still yet another judgment awaiting that will be far greater, in which God will eventually have this world destroyed along with the existing heavens to birth a New Heaven and New Earth. However, God’s People are the winners and will be with Him in eternity to celebrate and be part of His Glory.

Genesis, which is the first book of the Bible and first in our chronology, represents the beginning of life.


Genesis 1-2

The first chapter in Genesis tells us how God brought form to the formless area, and had filled emptiness with life (AMAZING!). “Now the earth was formless and empty[…]and God said, ‘Let there be light, and there was light'” (Genesis 1:2-3).

By the power of His Word, the speech from His Lips, God created light in the void, placed the universe with all galaxies, and made birds and fish to fill the air and seas respectively. Then, the first human being was born from the dust of the ground – simply amazing and extraordinary!

God is the creator who gives life to humanity and all living things. The world is His beautiful and “very good” creation (Genesis 1:31). God is the designer, the architect, the artist, the coder, and the life giver. He good, He is loving, and He takes delight in His Creation.

Acts 17:24-26 says, “God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands; Neither is worshipped with men’s hands, as though he needed any thing, seeing he giveth to all life, and breath, and all things; And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation.”

God created mankind in His own image (Genesis 1:27). He made the first man, Adam, from the dust of the ground, and then made Eve, the first woman, from Adam’s side. Their directive was to fill the earth and reign over God’s Creation.

Days of formingDays of filling
Day 1: God created the day and night by dividing the light from the darkness.Day 4: God created the sun, moon, stars, and other entities to fill the day and the night.
Day 2: God created the sky and waters by separating the waters from the sky.Day 5: God created the birds to fill the skies and the fish to fill the seas.
Day 3: God created the seas and dry lands by gathering the waters to separate from land. God made vegetation grow on the land as well.Day 6: God created humans and animals that would fill the land.
Day 7: God rested on the seventh day and blessed it and made it holy.

The Glory of God the Father

When it comes to Creation, we think of Genesis 1:1… “In the beginning, God created…” However, there is so much more to Creation than that. What are we referencing? We are referencing how the entire Trinity operated in the Creation Process. Why do we point this out? It is important to understand just how Creation came to be, and understand all of the aspects that God had to handle to be able to create all living and non-living things. He was the one who spoke to the living and non-living and formed things according to His Will!

It is good to quote Romans 1:20 before we get started, “Since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse.”

As Christians, we must acknowledge God, if we believe in Him, to be the Creator of the Universe and everything within and without it. Therefore, God is the Creator of everything inside and outside of this Universe. God is infinite and eternal – God is Spirit as Jesus has said! We cannot comprehend in our minute minds the awesomeness of God, because we weren’t made with the capability to do so. God stated this as we see in Isaiah 43:10, “’You are my witnesses,’ declares the Lord, ‘and my servant whom I have chosen, so that you may know and believe me and understand that I am he. Before me no god was formed, not will there be one after me.’”

We must declare His Awesomeness and glory every day; that is, be in awe of Him. It’s so beautiful. It’s pointless to ever think that you, anyone else, any other being above or beneath, side to side, etc. could ever surpass God, because each moment you take a breath, you are glorifying God, because He gave you life (Genesis 2:7; Psalm 139:14-15). He is the air you breathe; He is the substance of everything and everyone around you (Acts 17:25; Romans 11:36). He is everywhere, uncountable, and infinite. There is nothing without God, because He imparted and imputed His Being into everything around us, in us, and through us (Revelation 10:6). We are a part of God and are made in His Image as we see in Genesis. Even death has no power over us, because death is only a condition, but God is infinite. He gave us power to overcome death, if we choose life (that is to believe in Him) (1 Corinthians 15:57).

So yes, God exists in everything, and yes, we can freely believe in Him all we want. You know what? He made all of us because He loves us. He made everything because His Inheritance is given to His Children. Everyone on Earth and probably in parts of the Universe has a part of His Inheritance, however, His Children (that is His People have an additional part, which is eternal life. He imputes onto us immortality when we express faith in Him! He wants to give His Life over to people to save them from eternal death. The only way that God destroys is through eternal death, but He gives life in eternal life. Our lives on Earth are temporal and are our ground for accepting His Salvation and His Will! He came to save us all from eternal death, by becoming one of us purposely, and being subject to us for a change. Through this, He granted us salvation from death to life, because He loves us! This can be found in John 3:16-21.)

“By faith we understand that the Universe was formed at God’s Command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible” (Hebrews 11:3). This is saying that there is a substance in everything…you know what that is? It’s God! He is the substance of everything seen and unseen. The breath of His Mouth made the starry host (WOW!), as we see in Psalm 33:6.

When we believe in God – that means that we believe that He created everything and that He is eternally our only God. We have the privilege of believing in Him, and because of it, we are blessed eternally. What a deal! The Lord created us to be us in our capacity, which means that we were perfectly created to be able to handle living on Earth. If, in our current state, we were placed on even a nearby planet, we would not survive. There would be some inconsistency, nonetheless. He knows what He is doing! Furthermore, we live in just the right age, as we are crafted for a purpose of glorifying God.

The Nature of God

God the Father is the source of the Divine Nature of the Trinity, and He is the initiator and general director of the Godhead.

The All Knowing

The omniscience of God is the attribute of Him, to which, He knows everything past, present, and future. God knows even things hidden from human sight. Scripture notes the wisdom of God in all His actions, and even has it all ground into His Marvelous Knowledge. Feel free to study the Scriptural references, if you please.

  • His Knowledge originates within Himself (Isaiah 40:13-14; Job 21:22; Romans 11:33-34; 1 Corinthians 2:16)
  • His Knowledge is complete (Matthew 10:30; Psalm 147:4; Isaiah 40:26)
  • He knows things hidden from human understanding (Deuteronomy 29:29; Job 37:15-16; Daniel 2:22; Matthew 24:36; Acts 1:7; 2 Corinthians 12:2-4)
  • He knows of people’s actions, needs, hearts and minds, individually, and their sin (Job 24:23, 31:4; 34:21; Psalms 33:13-15, 44:20-21, 139:1-3; Jeremiah 2:2 16:17, 23:24; Matthew 6:8, 31-32; 1 Chronicles 28:9; Genesis 20:1-7; Hebrews 4:12-13; and even more)
  • He knew of Jesus Christ’s passion (Acts 2:23, 3:18, 4:27-28)
  • He knew who would become Jesus’ disciples (Romans 8:29; Jeremiah 1:5; Romans 11:2; 1 Peter 1:2)
  • He knew of the free will people would have and would adopt in their actions (Psalm 139:4; Exodus 3:19; Deuteronomy 31:21; 1 Samuel 23:10-13)
  • He knows those who are His (2 Timothy 2:19; Numbers 16:5; Exodus 33:12; Job 23:10; John 10:14; 1 Corinthians 8:3; Galatians 4:9; 1 John 3:19-20; Revelation 3:8)

Ever Present (Omnipresent)

God is omnipresent in that He transcends everything in space, and is present in all fullness.

  • He transcends all spatial limitations (He can’t be boxed) (1 Kings 8:27; 2 Chronicles 2:6; Psalm 113:4-6)
  • He is present throughout Heaven and Earth (Psalm 139:7-12; Jeremiah 23:23-24; Numbers 14:21; Deuteronomy 4:39)
  • He is near to all human beings (Acts 17:27-28; Psalms 16:8, 34:18, 145:18; Isaiah 50:8, 57:15)
  • He is always present with His People (Exodus 29:45, 33:15-16; Psalms 14:5, 72:19, 96:7-13; Malachi 1:11; Revelation 5:13; Isaiah 43:2; Zephaniah 3:17; 1 Corinthians 14:25; Genesis 28:15, 31:3; Matthew 29:20; 1 Corinthians 3:16; John 14:18; Ephesians 2:22; 1 John 3:24)

All Powerful (Omnipotent)

God is omnipotent, which means He has all power and able to do whatever He wills to do.

  • Overall, He is omnipotent (Mark 10:27, 14:36; Genesis 18:14; Psalm 93:1; Luke 1:37; 2 Corinthians 4:7; Job 9:12, 42:2; Isaiah 14:27; Jeremiah 10:6)
  • He is the Almighty (El Shaddai) (Genesis 28:3, 35:11, 43:14; Exodus 6:3; Job 11:7, 31:2)
  • He is the Lord Almighty or God Almighty (Sabaoth) (Psalms 24:10, 89:8; Jeremiah 10:16; 2 Corinthians 6:18; Revelation 11:17, 19:6)
  • He is the Mighty One (Genesis 49:24; Joshua 22:22; Psalm 50:1; Isaiah 1:24, 10:21, 60:16; Mark 14:62; Luke 1:49)
  • He shows His Power through Jesus Christ (Acts 2:24, 4:10, 10:38; Romans 1:4; Ephesians 1:19-21; Colossians 2:13-15; Revelation 12:10; Luke 5:17, 6:19, 8:46; 2 Peter 1:16; Hebrews 7:16; 2 Corinthians 13:4)
  • He rules in Creation (Romans 1:20; Psalms 19:1, 65:6, 68:34; Matthew 8:26) He cannot tolerate evil or be tempted with it (Habakkuk 1:13; James 1:13)


Jesus had urged us overall to think of God as our loving Father, because Jesus came to express not only the Kingdom of God, but also the love of the Father. Now, Jesus referred to God the Father as “Abba” – which is an Aramaic word roughly translated as “Daddy,” which shows the intimate relationship between God and His Son (or sons, such as us His People male and female).

God the Father is the perfect example for all Earthly fathers, because He is loving first, just, fair, graceful, kind, and an infinite other depictions. Nonetheless, His outstanding quality and notion of character is Love – “Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love” (1 John 4:8). Everything the Father does is motivated from love, and we are encouraged by Paul to do the same thing (as we see in 1 Corinthians 13), for if we don’t do something in love, it is as if we are a clanging cymbal or gong.

If we’re doing things in love, we’re doing things out of awe for the Father, out of a servant’s heart to help people, and out of the kindness that derives from the Father. Through God’s covenant with Abraham, He chose the Jews as His People. After that, he nurtured and protected them, even when they disobeyed…why? Because, He loved them! In God’s greatest act of love, He sent His only Son to be the perfect sacrifice for sin of everyone, which includes Jews and Gentiles alike.

This Aramaic word, “Abba,” is a common word used by people, especially young children, who would use it to address their fathers. This signifies a close/intimate relationship of a father and his child. Those that believe in Him have the right to call Him Father, for not everyone is a child of God. Only those who are born-again are to be called Children of God (as we see in John 1:12-13). We have the Spirit of Adoption, whereby we may cry Abba! Father! (Romans 8:15) We are promised that we are born of God (our Spirit is), so that we may be partakers of Him (John 1:13-14; 2 Peter 1:4). One day, we will be like Jesus, a son of God… (1 John 3:2, 5:1)!

What does this mean then? We are part of the Family now! If we are born again, we have been adopted into the family of God (John 1:12, 3:1-8; Romans 8:17; Galatians 4:7), which makes us “joint-heirs with Christ Jesus.” When were we chosen to become part of His Family? It was before the foundation of the world (as we see in Ephesians 1:4).

It is difficult to just explain one entity of God, as He is One God in three persons: The Father, The Son, and The Spirit. Therefore, we must continue to explore God in the other distinct persons, so that we receive a better understanding of God overall!