“I am boundless.”

“Lord, are You infinite?”

I am boundless.

“Are You omniscient?”

I know everything that is important.

“Are You omnipotent?”

I can do everything I want (care) to do.

God had just contradicted every key attribute in the traditional definition of God.  He is not exactly infinite, not exactly omniscient, and not exactly omnipotent.  All this was so new, I just didn’t know what to think, but I was beginning to sense that one reason God spoke to me was to clear up some misunderstandings.

2 thoughts on ““I am boundless.”

  1. Sandra Reply

    LOL I can do everything I want to. Funny guy! Love His sense of humor.

    1. Jerry L Martin Reply

      Yes, Sandra, but only in a sense. You and I are not omnipotent. The news
      in this chapter is that, apparently, God is not exactly omnipotent either
      but, unlike most of us (whose desires exceed our reach), God can do what he
      wants or needs to do.

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