Doctrine of the Father

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Introduction
The most prominent and glorious being anywhere on this earth and in the heavens is God Almighty. He is the Creator and Lord of all. “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof.”The invisible heaven , and the hosts of the earth are His. And as everything belongs to Him by creation, dominion and authority will extend over all things forever. (System of Theology)
Everything, from birds to the solar energy was designed and should remind us of our God, When we look up at the sky at night and gaze unto the beautiful stars we should be reminded of a superior being. When we stand in front of the vast ocean and see it stop at our feet, have you ever wondered what makes it stop?
The Father and Angels – In Daniel 7:9-10 “I watched as thrones were put in place and the Ancient One sat down to judge. His clothing was as white as snow, his hair like the purest wool. He sat on a fiery throne with wheels of blazing fire, and a river of fire was pouring out, flowing from His presence. Millions of angels ministered to Him; many millions stood to attend him.” Now you know this is Almighty God with millions of angels ministering to Him, His Majesty. It seems almost unreal.
God is God all by Himself…He is self existent, God is perfect, God is Everywhere at the same time. He is to me an awesome God.
God has Outstanding attributes.
1. “attribute’ is defined as description, how you describe someone.
2. God has attributes for which He is readily praised; peaceful, faithful, joyful, patient, and loving; and He has attributes for which He is not readily praised: wrathful, all knowing, jealous, all power, and just.
a. A attitude doesn’t want to hear sermons about non-attractive attributes of God; but a good attitude will praise God for them.
b. In all of this, God is displaying Himself as the Holy One: special, unique, and glorious.
c. God is perfectly balanced in…...

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