The Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent

2nd Sunday after Christmas January 3, 2021
SUB-THEME 1: The Living God – Who is He? (1)
TOPIC: The Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent
TEXTS: Psalm 147:5; John 16:30; Acts 17:27; Acts 17:27

i. to enlighten us about the nature of God as the Omnipotent, Omniscient and
Omnipresent One and
ii. to challenge us to a life of devotion in worship and service
INTRODUCTION: When we say God is omnipotent we mean He has unlimited power, that is,
He is all powerful, the reason He is called el shaddai(or the self-sufficient one). When we say He
is omniscient we mean He knows all things; and when we say He is omnipresent we mean His
presence is everywhere. Understanding this nature of God should trigger devotion in believers’
life, worship and service. Let us proceed to the study for more detail.

1. How is God described in these passages and what do they mean?
a. Gen.17:1; Exo.6:3;
b. Psa.139:4, 7-10; Psa.147:5; Matt. 10:30; Heb.4:13
c. Jer.23:24
2. Discuss how God has demonstrated these attributes in relation to man and the implication
for us: Gen.18:9-15; Isaiah 43:1-2; Matt.10:30
3. In the light of the above, how should we relate to God? 1 Cor.15:58; 2 Tim. 1:12;
Heb.3:12-14; Jude 24-25.

CONCLUSION: Our God is matchless in all ramifications. He can be trusted. As we start the
year 2020, let us come to Him without reservation and no holding back. Let us give Him all we
are with total devotion in life, worship and service. As we start in joy and peace, so we pray to
end the year in Jesus name.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Our God is awesome!

MEMORY VERSE: Heb. 4:13 - Neither is there any creature that is not manifest in his sight:
but all things are naked and opened unto the eyes of him with whom we have to do.