Psalm 139:1–6, Luke 10:13, Genesis 3:4–7, Psalm 90:4, 2 Peter 3:8, Acts 2:23


1. God knows everything all the time. 
2. 5 Implications of God’s omniscience 

• God knows everything (and you don’t, you are limited and dependent)
• God knows everything (so can go to him first)
• God knows everything (and that knowledge always acts together with his goodness and wisdom)
• God knows everything (so you don’t surprise him)
• God knows everything (and loves you anyway)


“You mean,” said Lucy rather faintly, “that it would have turned out all right – somehow? But how? Please, Aslan! Am I not to know?”
”To know what would have happened, child?” said Aslan. “No. Nobody is ever told that.”
”Oh dear,” said Lucy.
”But anyone can find out what will happen,” said Aslan. “If you go back to the others now, and wake them up; and tell them you have seen me again; and that you must all get up at once and follow me – what will happen? There is only one way of finding out.” 
— C.S. Lewis
“When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years.”
— Mark Twain


Praise to the Lord



How Great Thou Art