The Only True God

The Father, His Son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit

The only true God is beyond human comprehension.

He is glorious and beautiful beyond description.

He is magnificent in splendor.

He is too wonderful for us to understand.

He is righteous and perfect in all His ways.

He only does wondrous things.

He is holy.

He is merciful.

He is gracious and giving.

He is longsuffering, slow to anger and patient.

He is abounding in goodness and lovingkindness.

He is abounding in truth and faithfulness.

His truth is everlasting.

He keeps mercy for thousands.

He forgives iniquity, transgression and sin.

He stops the iniquity of fathers at the third and fourth generation, because He is merciful.

His faithfulness continues to all generations.

His steadfast love endures forever.

His mercy is from everlasting to everlasting to those who fear Him.

He is merciful and full of compassion.

He is great in kindness and good to all.

He is kind, even to the unthankful, ungrateful, evil and wicked (Luke 6:35).

He is righteous in all His ways.

All His ways are just, fair, excellent and perfect.

His understanding is infinite.

His wisdom is pure, peace-loving, gentle, compliant, full of mercy, good fruits, unwavering and without partiality.

His judgments and ways are unsearchable.

His thoughts are past finding out.

His greatness is inconceivable.

His power is infinite.

His strength is immeasurable.

His might is limitless.

His dominion is everlasting.

His authority is absolute.

His eyes search to and from throughout the whole earth, strong on behalf of those whose hearts are loyal to Him.

He dwells with those who have a broken and contrite spirit.

He keeps in perfect peace those whose heart is fixed on Him.

He‘s a father to the fatherless.

He’s a defender of widows.

He gives power to the weak.

He increases the strength of those who have no might.

He proclaims good news to the poor.

He heals the brokenhearted.

He announces liberty to the captives.

He gives sight to the blind.

He sets free the oppressed and suffering.

He comforts those who mourn.

He gives beauty for ashes.

He gives the oil of joy for mourning.

He gives the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness.

He calls His people trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified. Isaiah 61

He heals the sick, diseased and crippled.

He gives hearing to the deaf.

He gives love to the humble.

He gives hope to the despairing.

He gives faith to the fearful.

He gives joy to the sad.

He gives happiness to the sorrowful.

He gives peace to the anxious.

He gives harmony to the confused.

He gives the kingdom of heaven to the poor in spirit.

He comforts those who mourn over their sin.

He gives the earth to those who are dedicated to Him.

He gives the Holy Spirit to those who hunger and thirst for righteousness.

He is merciful to those who are merciful.

He is so merciful, that if someone speaks against Jesus Christ, He forgives them.

He will reveal Himself to those who have a pure devotion to Him.

He calls the peacemakers His sons.

He gives happiness and favor to: the poor in spirit; those who mourn over their
sin; those who are dedicated to Him; those who hunger and thirst for
righteousness; the merciful; those who have a pure devotion to Him; and the peacemakers

He raises the dead to life.

He gives salvation to the lost.

He gives salvation to those who believe and rely on Him.

He invites the poor, lame, blind and crippled to His banquet.

Then, when there is still room, He compels people from the highways, streets and back roads to attend His great dinner.

He gives grace to the humble.

He gives understanding to the simple.

He gives rest to the weary and burdened.

He loves those who keep His word.

He exalts those who humble themselves before Him.

He forgives those who forgive.

He gives His people power over all the power of the enemy.

He does anything that two agree on.

He moves mountains for those who believe.

He gives eternal life to those who believe in Him.

He gives the living water which quenches thirst forever.

He gives a fountain of water which springs up to everlasting life.

He gives rivers of living water which flow from a person’s spirit.

He gives life, to an abundance, to the full, until it overflows.

He gives the unsearchable, unlimited, infinite, eternal riches of Jesus Christ.

He gives the food that endures to everlasting life.

He gives the bread of God which gives life to the world.

He satisfies all hunger for those who come to Him.

He satisfies all thirst to those who believe in Him.

He never casts out those who come to Him.

He will lose nothing of all the Father has given Him, and will raise them up at the last day.

He gives eternal life.

He offers more than 7,000 promises in the Bible, with more than 300 in the Gospels.

He give everlasting life to everyone who sees and believes in Him, and will raise him up at the last day.

He sets those free who abide in Him and His word.

He honors those who serve Him.

He makes His home with those who keep His teaching and love Him.

He gives the Holy Spirit to His people.

He gives His glory to His saints.

He shed His blood that we might be cleansed from sin.

He gave His body so that we could be whole and live.

He died that we might have eternal life.


Everything about the only true God is an eternal revelation.

He is from eternity to eternity.

He is eternity.

He created the heavens and the earth.

He created billions of holy angels.

He created man into His own image and likeness.

He had a plan of salvation before the foundation of the world.

When man chose self, He slew an animal and clothed them with coats of skins, a prophecy of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice.

He came to earth as a man.

He was fully man and fully God.

God’s Son became a seed, an embryo, a fetus, a baby, a child, a boy, a teen, a young man, a man.

He lived as a human like us.

He had parents, siblings, a home.

He was a carpenter.

He knew as a 12-year-old boy that He must be about His Father’s business.

Yet, He is the Lord God Almighty, from eternity to eternity.

He is in heaven now, as He was before the foundation of the world.

Though He is God, He will forever be robed in glorified flesh, to honor mankind.

His countenance is like the sun, shining in its strength.

His head and hair are white like wool, as white as snow.

His eyes are like a flame of fire.

His voice is as the sound of many waters.

His hands and feet are nail-pierced.

He brought the kingdom of heaven to earth.

He made it possible for humans to live forever in heaven.

He reveals mysteries of the kingdom of heaven.

He speaks things kept secret from the foundation of the world.

He reveals Himself.

He knocks on the door of every person’s heart.

He’s available to every person, all the time, their entire life, for all eternity.

He believes in every person. All He asks is that they believe in Him.

He hides.

He is in the secret place.

He is the hidden treasure.

He is the gift of God.

He’s the unsearchable, infinite, eternal, unlimited One.

He is everywhere on the earth.

The earth is His, and the fullness thereof.

His glory fills the universe.

The universe exists in Him.

He’s revealed Himself to the simple.

Someone must become like a child to enter His kingdom.

He is the God of paradox.

He dwells in the high and holy place, and with him who has a broken and contrite spirit.

The things highly regarded among men are detestable and an abomination to Him.

He who finds His life will lose it. He who loses His life for Jesus will find it.

Many who are first will be last, and the last first.

He who exalts Himself will be humbled. He who humbles Himself will be exalted.

To be His disciple, someone must give up everything he has.

If they do, they find everything they want, need, desire, long for, hope for and dream of.

To be His disciple, someone must hate their family and their own life.

Their love for Him must be so great that their love for their family looks like hate.

Anyone who leaves family and home for Jesus will receive one hundred fold, an exponential return, in this life and in the life to come, eternal life.

If anyone wants to be first, He must become the very last and the servant of all.

He who loves His life will lose it. He who hates his life will keep it for eternal life.

A seed has to die to live.

A human has to lose his old nature to find eternal life.

If someone gains the whole world, but forfeits their soul, it profits them nothing.

There is nothing someone can give in exchange for their soul, because they are made in God’s image and likeness.

The richest person without Jesus is poor.

The poorest person with Jesus is rich.

Outside of Jesus, there is nothing.

Apart from Jesus, someone can do nothing.

Without Jesus, someone has nothing.

Even if they gain the whole world, they possess nothing.

Without Jesus, a person is spiritually dead.

If they die without Jesus Christ, they go to eternal death.

He who believes in Him has everlasting life.

He offers eternal promises, rewards, treasures, riches, gifts and infinitely more.

He who does not believe in Him is condemned already.

His command is everlasting life.

Jesus gives eternal, everlasting life.

He who believes in and relies on Him will live forever.

They will never die.

No one can pluck them from His hand.

Jesus’ Father, the only true God, is greater than all.

No one can pluck them from the Father’s hand.

He died for the world, for every person.

Yet, most people choose self instead of Him.

Few enter the narrow gate which leads to life. Many go in by the wide gate and broad road that leads to destruction.

The harvest is plentiful. The laborers are few.

Many are called, few are chosen.

He’s the God of the universe.

Yet, He’s chosen the simple, poor, blind, crippled, needy, suffering, diseased, powerless, common, ordinary, unknown and have-nots.

He’s chosen the foolish, weak, lowly and despised things.

He’s chosen the foolish things to put to shame the wise.

He’s chosen the weak things to put to shame the things which are mighty.

He’s chosen the things which are not, to bring to nothing the things that are.


Genesis 1:27, 2:7; John 8:58, John 1, Revelation 1, Matthew 13:11, Psalm 78:2, Revelation 3:20, Isaiah 45:15, Matthew 13:44, John 4:10, Isaiah 57:15, Luke 16:15, Matthew 10:39, Matthew 23:12, Luke 14:33, Mark 10:30, Matthew 19:30, Mark 9:35, Matthew 18:4, John 12:24-25, Matthew 16:26, John 15:5, John 3:17, John 10:28-30, Matthew 7:13, Matthew 9:35-38, Matthew 22:13, 1 Corinthians 1:27-30