He is a God of Wonders
All throughout the Bible, we see the many wonders of God on display. We see God's wonders in His miraculous acts and His mighty deeds. Moses proclaimed: "Who is like you, O LORD, among the gods? Who is like you, majestic in holiness, awesome in glorious deeds, doing wonders?" (Exo. 15:11). - God's wonders proclaim His omnipotence, His ultimate authority overall. They show us that He is here with us. The wonders of God lead to a sense of awe—there is no one like Him!
1. The Hebrew words mowpheth and pala are both translated as "wonder" in the Old Testament: (Deut. 26:8) (Psalm 75:1)
2. In the New Testament, these Greek words refer to the wonders of God: thaumasios, or "wonderful things" (Matt. 21:15); megaleios, or "mighty deeds'. (Acts 2:11)(II Cor. 12:12).
3. God's wonders not only showcase His power; they reveal facets of His character to us and glimpses into His plans and purposes on the earth: (Hab. 1:5).
4. They show Him to be a loving and protective Lord: (Exod.13:21–22).
5. He provided food from heaven, manna, for them: (Exo.6) (Exo.7) (1 Kings 17:6).
6. The wonders of God also enact His judgment: (Lev. 10:1–3) (Num.16:1–35). Acts 5:1–10).
7. We see that God is a God of wonders: (Matt. 6:9–13) (John 1:12–13) (3:16–18) Eph. 2:1–10).
8. God's wonders are meant to reveal His flawless character: (Ps. 119:2) (Jer. 29:13) (Matt.6:33