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God, Father Eternal

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  1. Other names for God the Father are Living Father, Father of lights, Heavenly Father, Eternal Father or Everlasting Father, and the Greek transliteration of the Hebrew word, Abba. Do We Look Like Our Father? The European Cuckoo fascinates British people. The male bird heralds summer with his distinctive “Cuck–coo” call.
  2. May 29,  · God of Our Fathers - George W. Warren Eternal Father Strong to Save - John B. Dykes Piano solo arranged by Marilynn Ham Performed by Sarah Sejen.
  3. Jan 02,  · Jesus was claiming to be eternal, just as His Father is eternal. The apostle John also declared this truth regarding the nature of Christ: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John ). Jesus and His Father are one in essence, they exist sans time, and they share equally in the attribute of eternality.
  4. For God to be 'eternally Father' to an eternal Son not only requires that God be called "Father" in the OT, but requires that God's fatherhood is spoken of in reference to another divine person. If we do not find God being "Father" in relationship to another divine person who is "Son" (and we do not), then there is no solid reason to conclude.
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  6. It is God speaking to God. The eternal Son cries out to the Father at the moment when the penalty of sin has been laid upon him. If it be asked, how could one man pay for the sins of the entire race, we find the answer in the doctrine of the Trinity. Only an infinite God could bear the sins of the world!
  7. The Eternity of God T he Scottish theologian James B. Torrance () published in a brief but brilliant book titled Worship, Community and the Triune God of Grace. The doctrine of grace, Torrance noted, is directly related to two of the primary divine attributes, God’s holiness and his love.
  8. The Eternal God of the Bible has always existed and will continue to exist in the future. As El Olam, He is known as the Everlasting God. The Hebrew name Olammeans “forever, perpetual, old, ancient” implying that there is an infinite future and past.

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