Show Me Your Glory, Week 37: The Divine Omniscience

"Because he knows all things, and because we know that he knows, dear friends, we can trust him. We are loved. We are cared for." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
Refresh your soul with this great message from Dr. Davis. Encourage one another by sharing your thoughts on the discussions questions.
1) Why is God’s question “Have you not known? Have you not heard?” important in the context of Isaiah 40.28?  What is the significance of the language in how God describes himself in that verse, i.e., “The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth” v. 28b?
2) How does God describe himself in terms of faintness and weariness (cf. v. 28c)?  Explain the meaning of the phrase “his understanding is unsearchable” v.28d.
3) According to verse 29, to whom does God give power and increase strength?  What is the implication of the statement that "Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted” v. 30.
4) What four assurances are given in �Isaiah 40:31?  Why do you think God’s power and strength are connected to those who have learned to “wait for the LORD”?  
5) “My biggest challenge in believing that God fully understands my situation, and that he cares for me in the midst of it is ______ __________________.”
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