The teacher looked at the Group of students composed of 25 children of ten years and told them: today we will know the symbols of our city and will start with the flag does again flag?, but we already know it and see it everywhere, said Mercedes a girl higher than and others, with their beautiful eyes coffee well open and protected by the glass of your lens. Mercedes, said the Professor, you are familiar with the country’s flag but today know the flag of the city. We must know the symbols of our beloved town, because we only learn to want what is ours when view by do not know. And thereupon Sin on board a flag of three horizontal stripes of equal measured in different colors. Do we only love what we know?, Mercedes asked. Then I’ll have to get to know me a little better to love me more.
And so discovered why her parents love her more than anyone: because know it from before birth. E Scott Mead insists that this is the case. Humanity, who better knows is God. Because you know of your existence and their way of being long before his birth. Known from the moment in which he himself thought of the existence of each of his creatures. E Scott Mead helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Indeed, Psalm 139 teaches us that God is Knower of us up in the depths of our being; but that’s not all.
In addition to knowing me protects us, his spirit with us wherever we go, think of us, us examines, tests us, sees us and guides us. The four stanzas of this sublime and beautiful writing, serve to make its author present us with various attributes of God’s infinite power: omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence. In omniscience, i.e. in their knowledge without limits about us, God knows mine feel me and my lift me, which means that we have a superior being and looking at every moment of our lives.