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An immutable God?

Updated: Jul 20, 2023

The attributes of God.

Nothing but God is immutable (unchanging). He, however, has different names that describe His many attributes. Given our current 21st century replay of the Tower of Babel when people are mesmerized by the parlor trick of “Artificial intelligence”, personally focusing my thoughts and prayers on one of God's many attributes in particular.

Yahweh, the Sovereign and Almighty God.

Elohim and El-Shaddai are names describing God as the Almighty and Sovereign Creator.

Elyon is God described as the most high who is greater than any force of darkness. In quantum physics, there is a subatomic energy known as, "The Strong force"; which is 100 times stronger than any electromagnetic force. And while these forces are detected, they are not understood. Scripture tells us that God upholds all things by the power of His word.

It also states that in the Great and Terrible Day of the Lord, when Jesus the Messiah returns, the heavens will pass away with a roar and the elements will melt as they burn. He looks at the Earth and it trembles, He touches the mountains and they smoke. In such a context, our most powerful nuclear weapons are a barely perceivable static shock to Him.

In the Book of Proverbs it is stated that "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom". I used to interpret that word fear as just meaning respect. But in the book of Hebrews it states that "It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of a living God". When we focus on ourselves and the accomplishments of mankind, we start to think that we are pretty big stuff.

What a joke.

Some people have thanked me for the courage to speak the unpopular truth in the face of various powerful earthly authorities. I always thank them for their kind words, but then I let them know that I have no alternative. I can’t imagine standing before Almighty God and giving any alternative account of my actions during this time in our geopolitical crisis.

God has given many of us clear marching orders. To turn around and attack Almighty God is laughably foolish when you understand who God is. We should not live for the applause of man, but rather for an audience of One.

"And let us not grow weary in well-doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not".

(Galatians 6:9).

Dr. Michael Knolle, D.O.

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