Archive for March 3rd, 2021

This is a series on the attributes of God.

The Omnipresence of God Part 3: New Testament

Selected Scriptures

Purpose: In this session we shall look to the New Testament and what it teaches concerning God’s omnipresence so that we would draw implications for our lives.

  1. General affirmation on God’s omnipresence
  2. The omnipresence of the members of the Trinity
  3. The omnipresence of God and the Great Commission
  4. Distinction between general and moral presence


Reminder of the definition of the omniscience of God:

  1. Wayne Grudem: “God does not have size or spatial dimension and is present at every point of space with his whole being, yet God acts differently in different places.”[1]
  2. John Feinberg: “God’s omnipresence, on the other hand, signifies that God is present in the totality of his being at each point in space.”[2]
  3. John Frame: “Spatial omnipresence cannot mean that God is a physical substance spread through the material universe. What it means, rather is that God’s power, knowledge and ability to act in the finite world are universal.”[3]

What does the Bible in the New Testament have to say in further clarifying God’s presence and omnipresence?


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