There are a lot of fluffy, of little consequence bible studies out there for women - - - DEEP is not that. DEEP stands for Discerning Evidence, Equipping to Persevere. We dive DEEP and we drink DEEP the grand and glorious truths of God's Word - We want nothing less!
"We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ,"
~ 2 Corinthians 10:5 ~ ESV
- The Attributes of God -
Monday Evenings at the Grier Home
Our Summer Study @ 7:00PM
"WE SHOULD NO MORE TOLERATE FALSE DOCTRINE THAN WE WOULD TOLERATE SIN." J.C. Ryle
Who Does God Say That He Is? Misconceptions about God abound. But they don’t have to. God has revealed His character in Scripture, illuminating the attributes that define Him. While we, being finite creatures, can never truly comprehend everything that God is, we should study what He Himself has said. In this 16-part teaching series, The Attributes of God, Ligonier Teaching Fellow Dr. Steven Lawson articulates a biblical understanding of divine attributes and explores how a right understanding of God can affect every aspect of our lives.
A. W. Tozer: "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us. The history of mankind will probably show that no people has ever risen above its religion, and man’s spiritual history will positively demonstrate that no religion has ever been greater than its idea of God. Worship is pure or base as the worshiper entertains high or low thoughts of God. For this reason the gravest question before the Church is always God Himself, and the most portentous fact about any man is not what he at a given time may say or do, but what he in his deep heart conceives God to be like. We tend by a secret law of the soul to move toward our mental image of God. This is true not only of the individual Christian, but of the company of Christians that composes the Church. Always the most revealing thing about the Church is her idea of God." -A.W. Tozer, The Knowledge of the Holy (New York: HarperCollins, 1978), 1.
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