The True All-Knowing God of the Bible

   I addressed the timely topic of Ramadan for last month’s article. Let us continue now with the conclusion to April’s article, “Allah, the God of Perhaps” (Part 4), in which we looked at some examples in the Old Testament of how the God of the Bible is not a “god of perhaps” but the God of all-knowing. In this article, we will look at some examples in the New Testament of God being truly all-knowing. So how do we see God in the New Testament? 

   Not only does the Bible teach that God knows the number of the stars, as we read in Psalm 147:4, but He knows the number of the hairs on our head. As we read in Matthew 10:30: “But the very hairs of your head are all numbered.”

   Now, let me share with you a great evidence that Jesus is God who came in the flesh and knows even the thoughts of man. If you read the passage in Luke 7:30-49, you see that Jesus was invited to eat at the home of a Pharisee by the name of Simon. While Jesus was eating at Simon’s home, a simple woman from the city came up behind Jesus. She was crying, and then she began to wash His feet with her tears and wiped the tears away with her hair.  She began to kiss His feet and then anointed His feet with an ointment. The Pharisee was speaking to himself, not out loud but in his thoughts: “If this man was a prophet, He would know who this woman who touches Him is! She is ...

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