Malachi 3:6 The infinite God of Scripture never changes nor can be changed by anything He has made, so that He always remains the same and is faithful to uphold what He has promised.
2 Corinthians 13:14 Though the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are eternally equal in power and glory, yet the Son and the Spirit took upon themselves subordinate roles in the economy of redemption in order to secure your salvation.
2 Corinthians 13:14 The God we serve has existed from all eternity as a tripersonal Being, and each of the persons is involved in the economy of redemption.
1 Corinthians 1:18-31 God’s wisdom, which infinitely surpasses that of men, is most clearly demonstrated in the Gospel, for it humbles men and brings the greatest glory to God.
Exodus 34:1-8 Your covenant Lord, being a God of great compassion and lovingkindness, is faithful to bless covenant obedience to the thousandth generation and to punish covenant disobedience to the third and fourth generation.
1 John 4:7-11 God is pure and absolute love and those who are born of Him will exhibit that same love in their lives.
Psalm 100 Because of God’s goodness to you His creatures, you are obligated to offer to God the praise and worship that is His due.
Acts 17:24-25 God stands in need of nothing from His creation, rather He Himself is the One who supplies all of His creatures’ needs.
John 4:24 God is spirit, and it is necessary for those worshiping Him to worship in spirit and in truth.
Psalm 102:23-28 God is the eternal covenant-keeping God who is able to fulfill His promises to His chosen and their seed.
Psalm 139:19-24 God is a just God who will render to every man his due.
Psalm 139:13-18 God has absolute sovereignty over all His creatures to fashion them as He pleases and to govern all the days of their lives according to His plan.