The Omnis of God – Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent

Many people in the freelance community work in nonprofit organizations. Some are committed to religion. In this article, we will discuss a few terms that we can find in various texts related to religion.

What Is Monotheism?

Monotheistic religions believe in a single God. Mono means ‘one,’ and ‘Theo’ translates to God. Therefore, they believe in only one God in the universe. Three prevalent Monotheistic religions are Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.

Scholars of these religions are called theologians, and they learn religious history. They describe God’s characteristics and attributes using the terms omnipotent, omniscient, and Omnipresent.

The Omnis of God – Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent

The 3 omnis of God in religion are Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent.

What does omnipotent mean?

Omnipotent means all-powerful. Theologians say that God is more powerful, can do anything and everything he wants, and has the universe under his control. He gives only one order, and the work is done. God’s power is in everything in the world, including wind, water, gravity, rain, physics, etc.

God who laid for your earth and raised the sky, the proof of the sky is in the control of God. The bottom of the planet is in the power of God. The breeze from the winds is in the power of God. The cold weather is God’s decision. The heat of summer is God’s decision. The falling rain from the clouds is God’s decision. The falling snow is God’s decision. The coming of a storm, the shimmering of lightning, the roaring of the thunder, the changing of the seasons, the various fruits of the trees, the flavor of the fruits, the fragrance of those flavors, the sweetness of the fruits, the covering of the fruits. One pomegranate is sufficient proof of the splendor of God. Try to join the seeds as God has. Then, wrap it in a shroud. Then, package it. Then, fill it with color.  Then, fill it with flavor. Look at the milk coming from the cow. The musk from the glands of deer. The poison in the fangs of a snake. The honey in the mouth of Bee.

The God Master of the sons of Adam. The ruler of the soul who walks on two and four. Water occupant, land occupant, creatures who crawl, fly, swim, and attack. Those who tear, those who sting overall, are the sovereignty of God.

What does omniscient mean?

Omniscient means being all-knowing about everything in the universe. In religion theory, Omni means “all,” and scient means “knowledge.” G “d kn “wing everything in “the univeUnivere knows past, present, and future. He knows when the rain starts and when the rain stops, and he knows when starting clod winds and when start hot winds. God knows when the earthquake comes and when the seeds grow from land and produce vegetables, fruits, and other things.

God knows all the situations of the universe and knows every person’s thoughts in his mind, and he person’sery person’s wishes and prays. Our knowledge and understanding are fire; our knowledge stops at one place, but God’s knowledge is unlimited. For exam example, know at which time you get married. When a woman is pregnant, God knows that women deliver a baby boy or girl. He knows how babies create in women’s bellies and, when women are born, and ath time. He knows when you are born and when you die.

God knows which step you take and for what and what you’re thinking behind it. Look at the other you’re,d t flies in the Skyy. God gives them knowledge about who can fly an airplane. Look at all the great doctors, engineers, mechanics, and pilots—all of this knowledge God provides to him. There are signs of God converting night into day and day into night. God owns all knowledge, and there is no need to learn.

God has never learned and cannot learn. You can count only finite numbers, but God can count infinite numbers. God knows all things because he made them, not because those things accepted upon him; for example, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. You don’t know the number, but you don’t know the number of hairs on your head. God knows your relations with family, friends, cousins, and neighbors and how you treat all these relations. God knows what you want for your life: good relations, a car, a good house, money, good grades on papers, etc.

It’s the story of three sons and one fIt’sr. One day, Father together all three sons and gives one apple to each of them and says eat this apple where can’t see you. So, one son goes to thecan’t looked the room, and eating an apple; the second son goes to the room, opens the closet door, sits in there and closes the closet door, then eats an apple. The last son goes to the park, mountain, and others to eat an apple, but he cannot because he thinks God knows and sees him everywhere he goes. So, the moral of this story is that God sees you everywhere, and who knows you?

What does omnipresent mean?

Omnipresent means all present. In religion theory, God is everywhere, but you cannot see him, and he is close to your heart. In the night, you go to sleep, but God cannot sleep; he is always present everywhere and every time.

There is no limit to God. He is present everywhere and in every country, every city, every town, and every street. Every home and every person’s heart he has watching you wheperson’so in the world. Look around you; you can see God’s nature; everything shows God’s presence. See, the two combined rivers with different colors, but they cannot cross with each other; this river also indicates the presence of God. The various fruits of the trees, the flavor of the fruits, the fragrance of those flavors, the sweetness of the fruits, the covering of the fruits only God can do this unlimited nature of God. God is everywhere when you are at home, at a job, on the road to walk, when you go to school, and when you go to university; God is everywhere, but not physically. God in your heart and see the beautiful nature of God.


It’s the story of a father and sons. Today, his son walks on the road, and he sees a tree of mangos; he thinks that it broke the mangos, so he mangos and mangos, then walk home. Then, he was given the mangos to his father, who asked him where he got them. Sons say broke from the tree, but no one can see me. Then his fathers say no one sees you, but God always sees you, and he knows your good and evil thoughts.

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