theology November 27, 2016 A Pentecostal Catechism: Q5 What can GOD do? Posted by Henry Volk in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Remember who still reigns this Election Day. Публикувахте от A Pentecostal Catechism в Вторник, 8 ноември 2016 г. PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleFree eBook – The Stranger in Your House by Gregory L. Jantz ($15 Normally) Next articleCyber Monday FREE e-BOOKS from PentecostalTheology.com 17 Comments Reply November 8, 2016 Varnel Watson But is He omniscient? Does God know He can do ALL things? Ricky Grimsley Reply November 8, 2016 Ricky Grimsley God cannot do all things for he can not lie. Reply November 8, 2016 Henry Volk He all things according to his will. Reply November 8, 2016 Henry Volk His will is determined by his nature. Reply November 8, 2016 Ricky Grimsley Do yall believe God’s will always happens? Reply November 8, 2016 Varnel Watson Some believe Revelation occurs circular in history since 70AD Reply November 8, 2016 Henry Volk Ultimately his will will happen. It was his will to create independent contingent wills. Reply November 11, 2016 Varnel Watson Q5: But has His will been pre-willed or He wills it at will? Reply November 11, 2016 Henry Volk As far as the Catechism is concerned, he just wills ? Reply November 11, 2016 Varnel Watson GOD has to will even outside of the premise of Catechism in order for His will to be all-willing… Reply November 11, 2016 Henry Volk Sure Reply November 12, 2016 Walter Polasik The correct antecedent to “He does whatever He wills” would be sovereign. “Almighty” (or Omnipotent) means there is nothing God cannot do (short of going against His own nature, of course). Reply November 12, 2016 Varnel Watson Can God do anything but fail? Charles Page Reply November 27, 2016 Nelson Banuchi God cannot do whatever his power can do or whatever we imagine he can do with his humanity but only what is consistent with his essential moral nature as righteous and just. Reply November 27, 2016 Varnel Watson Nelson Banuchi Does God also know all things or is it also a limited scope? Reply November 27, 2016 Nelson Banuchi As I read my Bible, God foreknows all things. Reply November 27, 2016 Jerome Herrick Weymouth Anything he like. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.