MORE THAN A SUPERPOWER

“Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us…” Ephesians 3:20 NKJV

In Ephesians 1:19, Apostle Paul revealed to us the power of God available to the believer. He called it the “immeasurable and unlimited and surpassing greatness of His [active, spiritual] power” (AMP).

Simply put, no other power measures up to God’s power. No man, devil, challenge, sickness, or situation is mightier than the power of God. The greatest of problems is infinitesimally minute in comparison with the power of God.

In verse 20, Paul explained the working of this power in the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. This power propelled Jesus from the depths of the earth to the heights of the heavens, above all principality, power, might and dominion, for all ages.

This power is still very much active today. We are talking about exceedingly great power here! And that power is at work in you. It is more than a superpower. It changes situations. In Ezekiel 37, it brought dry bones to life.

Put this power to work in your life and those of others. Speak over your situation. When you speak in faith over situations, you make God’s power available. (Mark 11:22-24)
This is the victory we have through Christ Jesus. We have exceedingly great power at work in us!

CONFESSION FOR THE WEEK:
There is nothing impossible for God to do, Therefore there’s nothing impossible for me to do, The power of God is at work in me. This week, I walk fully conscious of what I carry, the exceedingly abundant power of God!

Bible Reading Plan:
Luke 16:10-18, 1 Timothy 6:11-21, Proverbs 10:1-16, Nehemiah 3

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