God definition

God s love means that God eternally gives of himself to others.” Even before creation, the persons of the Trinity loved and gave of themselves to one another (Jn 17:24). We imitate this attribute by loving God with our whole being and by loving our neighbor as ourself (Matt 22:37–39). God is also holy; “he is separated from sin and devoted to seeking his own honor.” God cannot tolerate sin, and he commands his people to pursue this same holiness (Lev 19:2; Heb 12:10–14).
God s blessedness means that God delights fully in himself and in all that reflects his character.” This means that God is a happy, joyful God; he is entirely happy in his own person and joyful in who he is. He is happy with his work, and with everything, that reflects his own glory. He rejoices in his people, not in our failings but in the ways in which we reflect his excellence. We imitate God’s blessedness by rejoicing in everything that God finds delightful, be it the good deeds of others, the gifts that he has given us, creation as it reflects his character, or God himself.

Examples of God in a sentence

  • The Contractor shall be liable for default unless nonperformance is caused by an occurrence beyond the reasonable control of the Contractor and without its fault or negligence such as, acts of God or the public enemy, acts of the Government in either its sovereign or contractual capacity, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes, unusually severe weather, and delays of common carriers.

  • No party shall be liable for delays, nor defaults due to Acts of God or the public enemy, riots, strikes, fires, explosions, accidents, governmental actions of any kind or any other causes of a similar character beyond its control and without its fault or negligence.

  • Causes beyond a party's control may include, but aren't limited to, acts of God or war, changes in controlling law, regulations, orders or the requirements of any governmental entity, severe weather conditions, civil disorders, natural disasters, fire, epidemics and quarantines, general strikes throughout the trade, and freight embargoes.

  • Force Majeure: Events that materially affect the cost of the Goods or Services or the time schedule within which to Perform and are outside the control of the party asserting that such an event has occurred, including, but not limited to, labor troubles unrelated to the Contractor, failure of or inadequate permanent power, unavoidable casualties, fire not caused by the Contractor, extraordinary weather conditions, disasters, riots, acts of God, insurrection or war.

  • Force majeure as used in this Article means acts of God, war (whether declared or not), invasion, revolution, insurrection, or other acts of a similar nature or force.

More Definitions of God

God means "that than which a greater cannot be thought."
God. Man, World.” - 11 February 1981. “Looking Back: Memories of World War I.” – 13 August 1981. Interview of Coach Faragelli of the Saskatchewan Roughriders by David Lande. - 4 June 1982. Saskatchewan Poets: Stephen Scriver, Hockey Poet. – 8 August 1983. Green Room, Emile Belcourt and Marilyn Harrison. – 24 January 1985. USSU Press Conference. - 4 July 1985. Relating to CHSK-FM, loans, housing, student services. Slapshot / Steven Scriver, Ron Marken. - February 1988. Looking Back. - July 24 [….].
God of course, means different things to different people in different traditions. By offering nuanced spellings — GOD, GOD, or Godde — the meaning I intend is this: Reality with a personality, not a person outside reality. What is gained by spelling GOD with all (or small) capital letters or by going back to a spelling left behind some 600 years ago? Just this: an opportunity for each of us to nurture a personal relationship to the Nature part of Nature+, not just the + or transcendent aspect. Consider the words of James Hillman, one of the more influential psychologists of the past half-century:
God s infinity” means two things: (1) the absolute perfection of the moral attributes and (2) the timeless and non-spatial character of God.’ Heppe, Reformed, 65. See Rohls, Reformed, 46f.
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God s reconciliatory mission means we must never close the door to the possibility of