Post Author: Bill Pratt
There are many passages in the Bible that speak to this issue, but I want to explain it in simple theological terms.
First, God is omnibenevolent (all-good). That means that he desires our highest welfare.
Second, he is omniscient (all-knowing). That means he knows everything that is possible to know. He has all the information he needs about us – our past, present, and future.
Third, he is omnisapient (all-wise). Wisdom refers to God’s unerring ability to choose the best means to accomplish the best ends in our lives. He makes no mistakes.
Fourth, he is omnipotent (all-powerful). He has the power to accomplish the best ends for your life by the best means for your life.
With these four attributes, you, as a believer, can completely trust in God. He desires your best, he knows what you need, he knows the best way to accomplish it, and he has the power to make sure it happens!
Rest assured in God, because there is nobody else like him.