which god are you referring to
many religious people say that God is our Almighty god and that he is the son, the father and the holy spirit
God Almighty can not forgive the sin of rejecting His son, Jesus Christ. Christ
I think you mean Yahweh and thats just an other name for God Almighty the god for jews Christians and Muslims
Gospel should be capitalized when used as a specific reference to any or all of the four Gospels, for example, the four Gospels, the Holy Gospel, the Gospel of Matthew, and in titles of documents. Gospel should be capitalized when beginning a sentence. Gospel should be lowercase when used as a general term meaning "good news" or "story", for example, "the gospel as presented in the New Testament," "Paul took the gospel to the Romans"; of Jesus Christ, when referring to the law and the gospels; when referring to the law and the gospels; when referring to the third reading in the service.
Yes... Pronouns that refer to God (He, Him, His, etc.) are also capitalized.
All thenames of the deities are capitalized i ncludi ng God, Creator, Father, Almighty, etc.
Yes, the names for Deity are always capitalized. Examples: Almighty, Father, God, Savior
That is the correct spelling of the adjective "almighty" (meaning all-powerful, omnipotent). The capitalized noun Almighty refers to God.
A word referring 2 the deity? the answer is God, Almighty, Allah, and Lord. Those are words that refers to the deity.
God is the almighty. no one can beat god God is the almighty. no one can beat god
To show respect and reverance for God the Creator. If you are referring to a pagan diety, it is not capitalized.
No. Unless, maybe, you actually believe in the Greek gods.
If you are referring to the TV show then yes it should be capitalized. If you are referring to an office in general then no it shouldn't be capitalized.
We call god almighty because he is the father almighty/ the one and only god
This can be a regular noun or a proper noun. When referring to a monotheistic god, it is a proper noun and should be capitalized.