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Omnipotent Power

Omnipotent Power

Omnipotence is another way of stating what we believe God to be. God is all powerful and all knowing. As spiritual students of life, we begin to shift our thinking and love of God from a person who is in the sky, to a God which is an unlimited principle and who is all powerful.

When we can accept this vast and emerging definition of God, then we are able to see how our thoughts are prayers and we are always praying. The very act of prayer does not change God, it changes us. All of our prayers are heard because we know that God is all powerful and all knowing. We stop telling God how big our problems are, and begin telling our problems how big God is.

We listen and we accept our readiness for this immense power to work in all areas of our lives. God, the omnipotent power of the universe, is well capable of expressing amazing things through us. If we let it be so!

 

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