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The word omnipotent comes from omni- meaning "all" and potent meaning "power." As with the attributes of omniscience and omnipresence, it follows that, if God is infinite, and if He is sovereign, w...
Omnipotence is an attribute of God alone. It is the quality of having all power (Ps. 115:3). He can do all things that do not conflict with His holy nature. God has the power to do anything He wants to. Nothing is too big for my God to accomplish, and nothing is too little for Him to use in accomplishing it! Psalm 115:3 says that nothing is "too hard for God" (Gen 18:14; Jer 32:17); or "I know that thou canst do everything?" or "God.... hath done whatever he pleased" (Ps 115:3; 135:6), or, negatively, no one "can hinder" God, in carrying out His purpose (Daniel 4:35; Isa 43:13), or God's hand is not "waxed short" (Nu 11:23); in the New Testament: "With God all things are possible" (Mt 19:26; Mk 10:27; Lk 18:27); "Nothing is impossible with God" (Luke 1:37).
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