In our understanding of who God is, we come next to His omnipotence. God’s might, power, and will are other ways of describing this omnipotence, which does not diminish and never changes. This is another attribute that is hard for men to fathom, simply because we all change all the time. We change our minds, we age and grow, we learn new things. When we aim to do something, we must first learn how to do it or gather enough resources. For God, these things are frankly not the case. However, in light of the omnipotence of God, there are somethings that even He can’t do. In this message, I unpack the implications of an all-powerful God.
About the Series
John Calvin writes, “true and sound wisdom consists almost entirely of two parts: the knowledge of God and of ourselves.” If we don’t know who God is, we can never truly know ourselves. Having a right understanding of who God is as He presents Himself in Scripture is paramount for understanding ourselves.