Lesson One
by Jim O'Connor

1. Jesus taught His disciples to pray, "Our __________ which art in heaven" (Matthew 6:9).

2. God "gives to all __________, and __________, and __________ things" (Acts 17:25).

3. 2 Peter 3:9 informs us that "God is not willing that any should __________, but that all should come to __________."

4. 1 John 4:8 tells us that God is __________.

5. List the other attributes of God from the following scriptures:
a. 1 John 1:5 ___________________
b. Psalm 145:17 _________________
c. Psalm 130:7 __________________
d. Luke 6:35 ____________________
e. Titus 1:2 _____________________
f. 1 Peter 5:7 ___________________

6. "It is not in man that walketh to __________ his steps" (Jeremiah 10:23).

7. "...they received the word with all readiness of __________, and searched the __________ daily, whether those things were so" (Acts 17:11).

8. God declared the "end from the __________" (Isaiah 46:10).

9. God knows the "__________ of the heart" (Psalm 44:21).

10. Acts 17:27 tells us that God is not very __________ from every one of __________.

11. What does Psalm 66:18 say will keep the Lord from hearing us? __________________________________________________________________

12. OMNISCIENT means (God knows all things) (God is all-powerful) (God is everywhere).

13. OMNIPOTENT means (God knows all things) (God is all-powerful) (God is everywhere).

14. OMNIPRESENT means (God knows all things) (God is all-powerful) (God is everywhere).

15. Jeremiah 32:17 says: "...there (is nothing) (are few things) (are many things) too hard for thee."

16. God is available to us (most of the time) (some of the time) (at all times).

17. Psalm 33:6,9 says, God spoke the world into existence.  True___ False___

18. The fact that God is ETERNAL means that He had no beginning and He will have no ending.
True___ False___

19. Acts 17:30 tells us that God will be tolerant of idolatry.  True___ False___

20. Those who worship idols are guilty of worshiping the creator instead of the creature.  True___ False___

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