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“Now to Him who is able to do exceeding abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us,” (Ephes. 3:20 NASB)

In his book, Your God is Too Small, J. B. Phillips writes, “There are, for example, those who are considerably worried by the thought of God simultaneously hearing and answering the prayers and aspirations of people all over the world. That may be because their mental picture is of a harassed telephone operator answering callers at a switchboard of superhuman size. It is really better to say frankly, ‘I can’t imagine how it can be done’ (which is the literal truth), than to confuse the mind with the picture of an enlarged man performing the impossible.” (p. 42-43)

Do you serve a God that can? He is the God that walked with the Three Hebrew Children in the fiery furnace and rescued them out of Nebuchaneezer’s evil hands. He is the God of Daniel who quieted the mouths of the Lions and was able to deliver him from their grasp. He is the God of Moses who parted the Red Sea and drowned the Egyptian army that pursued God’s people. He is the God of David that guided the single stone from David’s slingshot to Goliath’s head. He is the God that raised Jesus from the dead and defeated death, hell and the grave on the first Easter Sunday. He is a God that is greater than my understanding or ability to explain who He is. He is the Lord God almighty.

How big is your God? Is He a God that can?

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