Guest Post by Cheryl Cope
All-atoning (our complete atonement)
All-beauteous (perfectly beautiful)
All-bountiful (of infinite bounty)
All-commanding (having sovereignty over all)
All-conquering (that subdues all)
All-divine (supremely excellent)
All-forgiving (forgiving all)
All-giver (the giver of all things)
All-good (completely good)
All-gracious (perfectly gracious)
All-healing (healing all things)
All-judging (possessing the sovereign right of judging)
All-just (perfectly just)
All-kind (perfectly kind)
All-knowing (having all knowledge)
All-loving (of infinite love)
All-merciful (of perfect mercy)
All-perfect (completely perfect)
All powerful (omnipotent)
All-ruling (governing all things)
All-sagacious (having all sagacity)
All-saving (saving all)
All-seeing (seeing everything)
All-sufficient (sufficient to everything)
All-sustaining (upholding all things)
All-wise (possessed of infinite wisdom)
All-worthy (of infinite worth)
What is our response to this?
Why, praise of course! What else can you do for such an awesome God as this?
He is the only one worthy of these words and perhaps that is why most of them have been taken out of our modern dictionaries. These words came from the 1828 edition of Noah Webster’s dictionary (my personal favorite).
What is your reponse to this list of wonderful words to describe our awesome Lord, King, and Saviour, Jesus Christ?
She helps her clients change their habits including their thinking habits, which are at the root of most habit change. She incorporates prayer, biblical principles and the leading of the Holy Spirit in all aspects of her work. Cheryl offers private and group coaching programs. Her next group weight loss program starts in mid-January, 2012. For more information visit www.CherylCope.com or email Cheryl at email@example.com.