Praise the Lord
I was meditating on God’s attributes and character the other day and I found some great words that attempt to describe Him. I say “attempt” because, well, you’ll see. And, as usual, I used the dictionary to help me understand what the words really meant. And, then, it inspired me to actually praise the Lord!
Join me, won’t you?
God is infinite.
Dfn. infinite: lacking limits or bounds; extending beyond measure or comprehension; without beginning or end; endless; vast; immense; [to me, “God” should be part of this definition in the dictionary!]
An almost infinite number word…
Dfn. googolplex: 1 followed by a googol of zeros or 10 to the googol power [googol is 1 followed by 100 zeros or 10 to the hundredth power]
God has forgiven more than a googolplex of mankind’s sins.
God is inestimable, invaluable and incalculable.
Dfn. inestimable: that cannot be estimate or measured; too great or valuable to be properly measured or appreciated
Dfn. invaluable: value too great to measure
Dfn.: incalculable:; that cannot be calculated; too great or too many to be counted
God is immeasurable, uncountable, innumerable, unlimited, boundless, enormous, vast in number, vast in depth-heighth-width.
What about God is inestimable, incalculable, immeasurable, innumerable, boundless?
- His grace
- His mercy
- His love
- His forgiveness
- His kingdom
- His light
God is eternal and everlasting.
Dfn. eternal: without beginning of existence; without end of existence; everlasting; endless; unceasing;
Dfn. everlasting: enduring forever; infinite; eternal; immortal; ceaseless; existing or continuing without end; perpetual; continuing indefinitely; endless; never-ending
God is immortal, immense, limitless, unfathomable, unbounded.
God is timeless, immutable, inalterable, unchanging, incomprehensible, inexhaustible.
Oh Praise Him!
Is He not worthy?
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Worship the Lord along with the David Crowder Band:
Get inspired to praise Jesus by listening to this classic rendition of Dr. S. M. Lockridge expounding on the qualities of the King of Kings.
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