Behold Your God — Part One
In the midst of a national dilemma or a personal trial, Isaiah’s cry to God’s people still rings true today: “Behold your God!” In Scripture, God reveals Himself as the gentle Shepherd as well as the holy, transcendent, almighty King. Our creator God is greater than His creation, teaches Alistair Begg. The source of true wisdom, He requires no counsel. Even the mightiest nations are under His sovereign control. When we immerse ourselves in Scripture, we’re invited to behold a God who is too great to fail us.
Topics: Faithfulness of God, Security of the Believer, Sovereignty of God, Trials, Trusting God, Worldview
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