Show Me Your Glory, Week 34: The Eternity of God



"Not only will he keep me for the rest of my life and time, he will keep me for the rest of his existence." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis

Take the time to listen to Dr. Davis's message on The Eternity of God. Then come back and spend a moment sharing your thoughts.
 
1) Explain the significance of God being “our dwelling place in all generations” Ps. 90.1. How does this help us understand the correlation between our being made in the image of God, and God being eternal in his being?
2) How does Moses reflect on the status of God even “Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever you had formed the earth and the world” (Ps. 90.2a)?  Explain the phrase “from everlasting to everlasting you are God” (Ps. 90.2b).
3) How does Moses describe human being, our “return to dust” (Ps. 90.3)?  How does Moses compare 1,000 years (10 full centuries) to the being of God (Ps. 90.4)? What does this suggest about God’s being and normal “clock time” that we experience?
4) What three metaphors are used in Ps. 90 to describe the fragility of human life, when it comes to time? How do these help us to understand ourselves juxtaposed over against God’s mighty person?
5) “It seems that I am most aware that I am mortal and subject to an end of my life when I ___________.  I now know that because I believe in Jesus Christ, when it comes to time, I can be assured that . . . “
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