To say God has all power is to say what we can easily understand, not because we have experienced it but because we can, through rational thought, reach this conclusion logically.
Obviously, I don’t have to prove there is power. It’s a no-brainer. Scientifically we have identified many different forms of power.
It is all around us, very available and is presented mostly in manageable forms. We derive much benefit from power – we couldn’t live without it – but the bottom line is we cannot create it. If it wasn’t freely supplied we wouldn’t have it.
We have learned ways to harness it effectively and to convert it from one non-useable form to a more useable one but, again, we cannot create it. In fact, one well established principle of physics reminds us that…
Energy can be converted from one form to another but it cannot be created or destroyed.
At least not by us.
Even the power we manage is presented to us in a controlled state. If it wasn’t we would be out of luck. Sunshine, rain and wind are all forms of power that can become quite destructive if supplied in excessive amounts. [Read more…]