(Scriptures quoted are from the NIV Bible.)
An attribute is a characteristic of a person by which we identify him or her.
When God identified Himself to Moses at the burning bush, He said His name was “I AM WHO I AM.” (This could also be translated “I WILL BE WHAT I WILL BE.”) – Exodus 3:13, 14. In other words, God becomes whatever is necessary in order to fulfill His perfect and holy will. In I Corinthians, Paul foretells the culmination of Christ’s reign on earth, the object of which is “that God may be all in all,” verse 28.
God’s character is all-encompassing, yet we generally think of Him as having four attributes: Love, Wisdom, Justice, and Power. (Included under these four are other qualities, of course. For example, mercy and compassion are expressions of His Love; and His faithfulness results from His combined justice and love.)
We read that righteousness and justice are the foundation of God’s throne (Psalm 97:2). Psalm 89:14 adds to this, “love and faithfulness go before