that is the square root of 65? or what adjacent hills there are that have no valleys between them? Does God know round squares, and sugar salt- lumps, and Snarks and Boojums and Abracadabras??
(g) Omniscience, as qualified by holy will, is in Scripture denominated ?wisdom.? In virtue of his wisdom God chooses the highest ends and uses the fittest means to accomplish them.
Wisdom is not simply ?estimating all things at their proper value? (Olmstead); it has in it also the element of counsel and purpose. It has been defined as ?the talent of using one?s talents.? It implies two things: first, choice of the highest ends; secondly, choice of the best means to secure this end. J. C. C. Clarke, Self and the Father, 39 ? ?Wisdom is not invented conceptions, or harmony of theories with theories; but is humble obedience of mind to the reception of facts that are found in things.? Thus man?s wisdom, obedience and faith, are all names for different aspects of the same thing. And wisdom in God is the moral choice, which makes truth and holiness supreme. Bowne, Principles of Ethics, 26 ? ?Socialism pursues a laudable end by unwise or destructive means. It is not enough to mean well. Our methods must take some account of the nature of things, if they arc to succeed. We cannot produce well being by law. No legislation can remove inequalities of nature and constitution. Society cannot produce equality, any more than it can enable a rhinoceros to sing, or legislate a cat into a lion.?
By this we mean the power of God to do all things which are objects of power, whether with or without the use of means.
<011701> Genesis 17:1 ? ?I am God Almighty.? He performs natural wonders:
<010101> Genesis 1:1-3 ? ?Let there be Light?; <234424>Isaiah 44:24 ? ?stretcheth forth the heavens alone?; <580103>Hebrews 1:3 ? ?upholding all things by the word of his power?; Spiritual wonders: <470406>2 Corinthians 4:6 ? ?God that said Light shall shine out of darkness, who shined in our hearts?; <490119> Ephesians 1:19 ? ?exceeding greatness of his power to us-ward who believe?; <490320>Ephesians 3:20 ? ?able to do exceeding abundantly. Power to create new things: <400309>Matthew 3:9 ? ?able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham? <450417>Romans 4:17 ? ?giveth life to the dead, and calleth the things that are not, as though they were.? After his own pleasure: <19B503>Psalm 115:3 ? ?He hath done whatsoever he hath pleased?;
<490111> Ephesians 1:11 ? ?worketh all things after the counsel of his will.? Nothing impossible: ( <011814>Genesis 18:14 ? ?Is anything too hard for
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