Who is God? - The Fact The fact of God’s existence is so conspicuous, both through creation and through man’s conscience, that the Bible calls the atheist a "fool" (Psalm 14: 1) .
Accordingly, the Bible never attempts to prove the existence of God; rather, it assumes His existence from the very beginning (Genesis 1: 1) .
What the Bible does is reveal the nature, character, and work of God. Who is God? - The Definition Thinking correctly about God is of utmost importance because a false idea about God is idolatry.
In Psalm 50: 21, God reproves the wicked man with this accusation: "You thought I was altogether like you." To start with, a good summary definition of God is "the Supreme Being; the Creator and Ruler of all that is; the Self-existent One who is perfect in power, goodness, and wisdom."
Who is God? - His Nature We know certain things to be true of God for one reason: in His mercy He has condescended to reveal some of His qualities to us.
God is spirit, by nature intangible (John 4: 24) . God is One, but He exists as three Persons—God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit (Matthew 3: 16-17) .
God is infinite (1 Timothy 1: 17), incomparable (2 Samuel 7: 22), and unchanging (Malachi 3: 6) .
God exists everywhere (Psalm 139: 7-12), knows everything (Psalm 147: 5; Isaiah 40: 28), and has all power and authority (Ephesians 1; Revelation 19: 6) .
Who is God? - His Character Here are some of God’s characteristics as revealed in the Bible:
God is just (Acts 17: 31), loving (Ephesians 2: 4-5), truthful (John 14: 6), and holy (1 John 1: 5) .
God shows compassion (2 Corinthians 1: 3), mercy (Romans 9: 15), and grace (Romans 5: 17) . God judges sin (Psalm 5: 5) but also offers forgiveness (Psalm 130: 4) .