Elizabeth Yasdani

Jeremiah 50:7 says God is the ‘Habitation of Justice’. That sums up everything about God’s faithfulness in three words. If He is where justice dwells then we need not fear he will deal with us capriciously. Everything He does is honest and true. He never alters His favor or opinion due to a whim or feeling. If God is the habitation of justice, which He is, He will never judge or punish unrighteously. Every decision He makes is 100% perfect and just. Wouldn’t it be nice if earthly judges could be right all the time, but even if they can’t God can because He is the habitation of justice. He is where justice dwells and I’m so thankful that this One who is 100% true and just, by His love and sacrifice enables me to call Him Savior and Lord!!

R. C. Sproul

God is not made up of parts. It’s not like God is one part sovereignty, one part justice, one part immutability, one part omniscience, one part eternality, one part love. God is His attributes at all times.To understand any single attribute of God, you must understand that attribute as it relates and connects with all the other attributes of God. For example, the love of God is eternal. The love of God is sovereign. The love of God is immutable, the love of God is holy. God’s justice is a loving justice. His Holiness is a loving holiness and His omniscience is a loving omniscience, just as his love is an omniscient love. And so, the danger we must guard against is extrapolating love from all of the rest of God’s attributes, as if it stood alone.

Samuel Logan Brengle

We judge trees by their fruit, and so we judge Jesus, and then we can find out what kind of a heart He had. We find in Him love; therefore Jesus had a loving heart. He bore the luscious fruit of perfect love. There was no hatred with His love, no venom, no spite, no selfishness; He loved His enemies and prayed for His murderers. It was not a fickle love, turning about every new moon, but a changeless, eternal love. “I have loved thee with an everlasting love” (Jer. 31:3.)

Francis Chan

In our culture, having feelings or emotions is often equated with weakness. This is a lie that is deeply ingrained in many of us. God created feelings, surely like anything else they can be misused and abused, but the intent and purpose of feelings came from God, since he created emotions. Why is it difficult to believe that he himself has emotions?


Bill Johnson

It is impossible for God to lie. His Word is always in complete agreement with His nature and character, and therefore His very words release His power to accomplish what He has said. This is what the angel declared to Mary: “For with God nothing will be impossible” (Luke 1:37). The word for “word” is rhema, which is the freshly spoken Word of God. The word “impossible” means without ability. An expanded literal translation of this verse could be, “No freshly spoken word from God will ever come to you that does not contain its own ability to perform itself!”


A.W. Tozer

God is a Person, and in the deep of His mighty nature He thinks, wills, enjoys, feels, loves, desires and suffers as any other person may. In making Himself known to us He stays by the familiar pattern of personality. He communicates with us through the avenues of our minds, our wills and our emotions. The continuous and unembarrassed interchange of love and thought between God and the soul of the redeemed man is the throbbing heart of the New Testament.

A.W. Tozer

We would think of God, then, as maintaining the unity of His uncreated Being throughout all His works and His years, as ever saying not only, “I did,” and “I will do,” but also “I do” and “I am doing.” A robust faith requires that we grasp this truth firmly, yet we know how seldom such a thought enters our minds.