The Bible And World View About God.

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BIBLE AND WORLDVIEW ABOUT GODGod is the creator of the whole cosmos and every thing in it according to the bible as written in Genesis 1 and 2. It is believed in science that the cosmos came into existence as a result of the big bang .God was in the beginning ever before He thought about creating the world, this a proof that there is God, I have heard people say , " There is someone up there", and I see them pointing towards the sky not knowing if they really know who is up there.All things made by God are His and to Him alone is ascribed greatness, power, glory, victory and majesty, 1 chronicles 29:11-12. Some people believe that whatever they have was achieved through human effort and so they take they glory instead of giving it to God, this not really a worldwide view because this between those that know and trust God and those that don't.The Bible tells us in Psalm 119:137 and Deutronomy 32:4 that God is righteous, His judgments are right and His work is perfect, we cannot question God even though most times we do. Some people say that God is not fair so they have all the "whys " about every thing.God has a lot of attributes that characterize His nature according to the bible which might be different from the worldview, I will discuss a few of these..God is love and He extended His love to us through sending His son, Jesus to die for us as a sacrifice for our sins 1 John 4:8 and John 3:16. Worldview is that Jesus did not know He was going to be killed, they don't believe that this was planned to be for a reasonGod is light and in Him is no darkness 1 John 1:5, He is holy and faithful, only Him should be worshiped, Revelation 15:4 and 1 Corinthians 1:9. Worldview is that God cannot be trusted because He allows bad things to happen to good people, this should have been cleared by Job 1 and 2 were Satan was given permission for everything he did to Job from God, he did not touch Job's...

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