Boundless


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Who is the person that knows you the best in this world? Think about how deeply they know you. They know your history. They know your tendencies. They can often predict what you will say and even think. They know your strengths and your weaknesses. When someone knows us that well, it’s vulnerable. They know things we would rather people didn’t know. And it’s dangerous. They can use that knowledge to deeply help us or deeply hurt us. But if by definition God is All-knowing, what does that mean about His knowledge of us? If He deeply knows you, what would that change in how you interact with Him?

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God is ALMIGHTY. Here is another big truth about God, He has all power and authority in His hands! This bedrock and stunning attribute of God is revealed in today's study. In Psalm 139 King David praises God for His power and His intimacy in creating us! It is no easy task to get our minds around the immensity and the intimacy of power that could create the astounding things we see in the world and at the same time intricately weave the beautiful fabric of our lives! God is showing us not only His awesome power in creating us, but His careful intimacy in giving us profound meaning, value and great purpose! God’s power is on display!

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“What prevents me from being baptized?” This is a question that a Eunuch from Ethiopia asks in Acts chapter 8. The question is a loaded one. If we were to turn the question around on ourselves and answer honestly, there is actually just one legitimate answer. There is only one thing that would prevent a person from being baptized. This encounter in Acts chapter 8 exposes that one thing and invites us to ask the same question: “What prevents me from being baptized?”

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God is everywhere. By definition, God would have to be ever-present. It is not that God is in everything (pantheism). God is not the tree or the plant or the clouds. Those are creations of God. But God’s presence is everywhere. That’s hard to get into our minds on a theoretical level. But it is even more challenging on a practical level. How would it change how I live if God is always with me? Are there times I wish God was with me? Are there times I wish He was not? This is more than just a theological point. This truth actually changes things in our lives. As we engage this idea of God’s ever-presence, it will realign some off-balance components in our lives.

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God is JUST. Here is another big truth about God! King David uncovers a real and raw approach to God. In Psalm 139, he cries out to God and wants Him to set things right in the world. David’s approach is one of righteous anger toward God’s enemies because they are his enemies. You see, David knows where to place his anger, and he knows who can do something about it. Like it was for David, it can be a challenging task for us to trust that God not only can set things right but that He will. Ultimately, God does set things all right, through Jesus!