Show Me Your Glory, Week 39: The Omnipotence of God

  

"Dream big, for nothing is too hard for God." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
Dig in to this message from Dr. Davis. We'd love to hear your thoughts!
 
1) What charge does God give his people in Ps. 62.8?  Why does the psalmist say we should trust in him and pour our hearts out to him?

2) How does God describe those of both low and high estate (v. 9)?  What do the metaphors and statements of breath, delusion, and lightness say about the nature of human life apart from God (v. 9)?

3) What specifically does God command his people to put neither trust nor hope in (v. 10)?  What is the meaning of the psalmist’s statement: “power belongs to God, and that to you, O Lord, belongs steadfast love” (vv. 11-12)?  In your judgment, what is the best way to understand the concept of God’s omnipotence?

4) In the context of discussing God’s power, how should we understand the meaning of verse 12, i.e., “For you will render to a man according to his work”?  Why should we never view omnipotence only in abstract philosophical terms alone?  Explain.

5) “Because nothing is too hard for God, I am going to trust him to ___________ . . .” 
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