God's omniscience requires the Christian to affirm the totality of God's knowledge, God's sovereignty in His knowledge, and God's incomprehensibility.
I. The Totality of God's Knowledge. A. No One Is Hidden from God. B. God Knows the Lives of Men. C. God Knows the Hearts of Men. II. God's Sovereignty in His Knowledge. III. God's Incomprehensibility. A. The Incomprehensibility of God's Knowledge. B. The Incomprehensibility of God Himself. IV. Applications. A. The Omniscience of Christ. B. The Futility of Hypocrisy. C. The Believer's Benefits. D. A Motive to Worship.
Great Sermon! Great sermon. I liked it. I am from India.One thing which I found difficult to follow were a few words which were not known to me. It would be great if the sermon is told in simple english.Other than that, it was splendid.
Karin Browning (10/16/2013)
from northern Maine
Great Sermon! This is why I love the Reformed faith. Stellar sermon. Thank you and miss you.both.