Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
"I began to understand God’s omnipotent power," Struecker said. "He was orchestrating every single bullet that was fired that night. ... The peace that I had was not only for my own life, but for the lives of my soldiers. If any of them were to get shot, then that was part of God’s sovereign plan."
Scientists also tell us that light will not reduce – You cannot dismantle the parts of light and have light. It will not work if you try to reduce it or dismantle any of lights parts it will not work.
Light is non reduce-able but you can use light as a source of energy because you can compress a
Contributed by Jeff Simms on Dec 2, 2005
Pastor David Legge says about this truth that “This power of God is different for it tells us that there’s no prayer too hard for him to answer! There’s no problem too difficult for Him to solve! There’s no need too great for Him to supply! There’s no passion too strong for Him to subdue, no
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Feb 2, 2006
The next time you feel yourself feeling confident, challenge yourself to do the impossible. You just may. There are legions of people with unchallenged genius potential. Take the story of two Irish music hall players who, in 1912, were spending an afternoon in a pub at Stalybridge in Cheshire,
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Feb 6, 2006
Charles F. Kettering, former research head of General Motors, was fond of telling this story. When he called a research and development meeting on a particular problem of not an immediate probability of presenting a ready solution, and he wanted the problem solved, he’d take care to first find a
Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 8, 2006
Therefore Lord God, you are more truly omnipotent, because you have no power through impotence and nothing can be against you.
Anselm of Canterbury (1033–1109), British
Contributed by Doug Lyon on May 11, 2008
On the way home from church one Sunday, a father asked his little boy what he learned in Sunday School that morning. The son said, “We learned about the children of Israel crossing the Red Sea.” The father smiled and asked the boy to tell him about it.
“Well,” his son said, “the Israelites
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jun 9, 2008
"So far we have seen that God is a real being who is perfect, necessary and unlimited, but nothing has been said about the fundamental nature of that being. Invoking the language of substances, we note that things that exist independent of mind are made of one of two types of substance (or of
Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jul 20, 2008
"The greatest single distinguishing feature of the omnipotence of God is that our imagination gets lost when thinking
Contributed by Peter Loughman on Jul 29, 2008
BUSINESS IS ALWAYS GOOD
I had a man in my last congregation who was in the snack business. He was part of a small company which supplied chips and pretzels and the like to mini markets and various retail outlets. One afternoon I asked Albert how business was, good or bad, up or down.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 11, 2008
In a speck of watery material smaller than the dot over this i, all the future characteristics of the child are programmed—the color of his skin, eyes and hair, the shape of his facial features, the natural abilities he will have. All that the child will be physically and mentally is contained in
Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Sep 17, 2008
The God we know and love is not to be portrayed as the Deists would have us believe. A 'god' who is supposed to have made the world much as a watchmaker might make a timepiece
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Dec 3, 2008
But in God's scheme of things, a person's a person no matter how small. In fact in God's scheme, the least are the most important. The poor and marginalized and abuse and downtrodden are given God's favor over the important, or wealthy, or famous.
Chris Tomlin wrote a worship song that I love
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 31, 2008
GOD IS EVERYWHERE
Some time ago, a man wrote to Reader's Digest about his son Doug. The man said one night, Doug was looking at a full moon. Little Doug asked his mom if God was in the moon. She said, "God is everywhere." Little Doug said "Is God in my tummy?" His mother said "Well, sort of..."
Contributed by Johnny Wilson on Feb 13, 2009
STRUGGLING WITH GOD
Just because God calls us or permits us to do something, it doesn't mean that we can afford to be complacent about it. Jacob’s return to the land of the promise was risky. If Jacob didn’t learn to be a little less conniving and little less arrogant, the old sibling feud would
Contributed by Jeffrey Powell on May 25, 2009
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S PRAYER
We have a rich history of how God miraculously intervened in the creation of this nation. You won’t read this in the public school history books because anti-Christian writers take great pains to remove God’s handiwork in the building of America.
In 1776, British
Contributed by Dwight L. Moody on Jun 11, 2009
A HIGHER SOURCE
"I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him and honour him" (Ps. 91:15).
First, "I will deliver." When God called Moses to go down into Egypt to deliver the children of Israel from the hand of the Egyptians, in all the world there wasn’t a man who, humanly
Contributed by Donnie Martin on Jul 17, 2009
"I share Einstein’s affirmation that anyone who is not lost in rapturous awe at the power and glory of the mind behind the universe ’is as