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Godly Jealousy.

As a devout believer, I am confident of God's divine attributes reflected in His scripture. The first and foremost characteristic that comes to mind is His complete holiness. Leviticus 19:2 affirms that God commands His followers to "be holy, for [He] is holy." This indicates that holiness is a fundamental aspect of His nature, and it is something that He expects from us as well.


Countless verses throughout the Bible reinforce God's holiness, including Psalm 99:3, 5, and 9, and Isaiah 6:3. These passages portray God as a lofty and holy being, worthy of utmost respect and reverence. Time and time again, God's holiness is recognized and revered by mortals and celestial beings such as angels.


In addition to His holiness, Scripture also describes God as being completely loving. The book of First John, in particular, describes God's love in an all-encompassing and perfect way. I John 4:8 states, "Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love." This means that love is central to God's identity and character and is the essence of His being.


Furthermore, the Bible attests to God's unchanging character, as He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Malachi 3:6 confirms, "I the Lord do not change. So you, the descendants of Jacob, are not destroyed." Similarly, James 1:17 emphasizes that "every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows."


It is important to note that God is never described as being envious, covetous, or greedy in His word. This is in stark contrast to many pagan deities, who were often portrayed as being jealous and selfish. God's love, generosity, and selflessness are evident in every aspect of His creation, as He tirelessly works to uphold His holiness and spread His message of hope and salvation.

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