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(1)      Omnipotence  = unlimited power

            (a)Luke 4:39

Jesus has power over disease, it is subject to his word.
(b) Luke 7:14-15
Luke 8:54-55
John 5:25
The Son of God has power over death; it is subject to His word.
(c) Matt. 8:26-27
Jesus has power over the winds and sea; they are subject to His word.
(d) Matt. 8:16
Luke 4:35-36, Luke 4:41
Jesus the Christ, the Son of God, has power over demons; they are subject to His word.
(e) Eph. 1:20–23
Christ is far above all principality, and power, and might, and dominion, and every name that is named, not only in this world, but also in that which is to come; all things are in subjection  under His feet. All the hierarchies of the angelic world are under Him.
(f) Heb. 1:3
The Son of God upholds all things by the word of His power.
FIRST PROPOSITION: Jesus Christ, the Son of God, is omnipotent.


(2)   Omniscient = 1. having infinite awareness, understanding, and insight 2. possessed of universal or complete knowledge  
(a) John 4:16–19
Jesus knew men’s lives, even their secret history.
(b) Mark 2:8, Luke 5:22, John. 2:24-25, Acts 1:24
Jesus knew the secret thoughts of men; He knew all men; He knew what was in man.
In 2 Chron. 6:30
     Jer. 17:9-10 we are told that God “only knoweth the hearts of the children of men.”
(c) John 6:64
Jesus knew from the beginning that Judas would betray Him. Not only men’s present thoughts but their future choices were known to Him.
(d) John 1:48
Jesus knew what men were doing at a distance.
(e) Luke 22:10–12,  John 13:1, Luke 5:4–6
Jesus knew the future regarding not only God’s acts, but regarding the minute specific acts of men, and even regarding the fishes of the sea.
Note.—Many, if not all, of these items of knowledge up to this point could, if they stood alone, be accounted for by saying that the Omniscient God revealed these specific things to Jesus.
(f) John 21:17,  John 16:30, Col. 2:3
Jesus knew all things; in Him are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.
SECOND PROPOSITION: Jesus Christ is omniscient.
Note.—There was, as we shall see when we come to study the humanity of Christ, a voluntary veiling and abnegation of the exercise of His inherent Divine Omniscience. (Compare Mark 11:12–14: Phil. 2:7.)
(3)    Omnipresent =  present in all places at all times
(a) Matt. 18:20
Jesus Christ is present in every place where two or three are gathered together in His name.
(b) Matt. 28:20
Jesus Christ is present with every one who goes forth into any part of the world to make disciples, etc.
(c) John 3:13—“And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the son of man which is in heaven.”
The Son of Man was in heaven while He was here on earth.
Note.—The reading here is doubtful. It is found in this way in the Alexandrian MS., and almost all versions. The closing words are omitted in the Sinaitic and other important MSS. It is accepted by most of the best editors; e. g., Tischendorf and Tregelles, but it is rejected by Westcott and Hort.
(d) John. 14:20, 2 Cor. 13:5
Jesus Christ is in each believer.
(e) Eph. 1:23
Jesus Christ filleth all in all.
THIRD PROPOSITION: Jesus Christ is Omnipresent.
(4)      Eternity
John. 1:1, Mic. 5:2, Col. 1:17, Isa. 9:6, John 17:5, John. 8:58, 1 John 1:1,Heb. 13:8
FOURTH PROPOSITION: The Son of God was from all eternity.
Heb. 13:8, Heb. 1:12
FIFTH PROPOSITION: Jesus Christ is unchangeable. He not only always is but always is the same.
(6.) Phil. 2:6
SIXTH PROPOSITION: Jesus Christ before His incarnation was in the form of God.
Note.—The Greek word translated “form,” means “the form by which a person or thing strikes the vision; the external appearance.” (Thayer, Greek-Eng. Lexicon of the N.T.)
(7) Col. 2:9.
SEVENTH PROPOSITION: In Christ dwelleth all the fullness of the God-head in a bodily way.

***GENERAL PROPOSITION: Five or more distinctively Divine Attributes are ascribed to Jesus Christ and all the fullness of the God-head is said to dwell in Him.