#171 – The God of The Bible
June 22, 2014•26 min
Yesterday on The Morning Meditation we looked at God’s Offer of Guidance. He wants to be our Instructor, Teacher and Counselor. Are you willing to take Him up on His offer?
Today on The Morning Meditation:
THE GOD OF THE BIBLE
Gen. 1:1 “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”
God is named in the first verse of the Bible. He is here identified as the Creator. The word God itself is Elohim. The word Elohim is the word El put in the plural form and that is where we get “ohim” as an ending on the word “El.” The plural in the Hebrew is three or more differing from the English in grammar. In English we have the singular and the plural. In the Hebrew we have the singular, duel, and the plural. There is no attempt to prove there is a God in this passage. It just tells us what God does. But the reason I am making at least a short comment on this is to show that in the very first verse of the Bible God revealed Himself in TRINITY, i.e., the three strong ones. God is One Go