The Correct Answer Is: TRUE
Psalms 139:1-6: "1 O Lord, You have searched me and known me. 2 You know my sitting down and my rising up; You understand my thought afar off. 3 You comprehend my path and my lying down, And are acquainted with all my ways. 4 For there is not a word on my tongue, But behold, O Lord, You know it altogether. 5 You have hedged me behind and before, And laid Your hand upon me. 6 Such knowledge is too wonderful for me; It is high, I cannot attain it."
For the God of the Bible to truly be the Creator God of this universe, he must be all-knowing. This knowledge not only extends to knowing how this universe works, but knowing everything that goes on in this universe. In Psalm 139, David is expressing his awe towards God, saying that the Lord searches him and knows him. This is how God's all-knowing nature concerning us works. Some believe that God is all-knowing in the sense that the future is already written and that everything that happens to us, good or bad, was predetermined to happen to us, meaning we couldn't change it no matter what we do. The Bible's version of fate if you will. But that's not how David describes God's all-knowing nature: God knows all about David, because God knows David. And since God knows David better than David knows David, God can know everything that David will do in a given situation. And when you think about it, realizing this makes God even more powerful than we may have thought of before. After all, it is easy for God to predict the future, if he already created the future. However, it is much harder for God to predict the future, if the future has not already been written. And yet the Bible shows us that God can do so, and do so to perfection, in spite of mankind's freewill choices. Now that is power. Such knowledge is too wonderful for me, and I cannot attain it, but God has it because He is the true God of this universe.