Earlier this month I got to preach in a chapel service at Biola’s Talbot School of Theology. I preached from Psalm 139 about divine omniscience, which has been much on my mind for the last few months.
God knows everything about us, and the Bible talks about his knowledge not as some static catalog of facts, but as a searching, seeking, proving, and uncovering event of inquiry. In this sermon, I dig into Psalm 139 to explore God’s omniscience as bad news and good news, or to say it more precisely, as law and gospel.
There’s a little Jack Chick and a lot of Franciscus Junius in here, just to keep everybody engaged.