Mark 10:27 – God’s Authority and Power

And Jesus looking on them said, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.

- Mark 10:27

And Jesus looking on them said, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.

– Mark 10:27

Thoughts on Today’s Verse…

This verse shows us God’s authority and power, and also gives us great faith. Since the creation of the world, God’s authority and power has always been by man’s side, and manifested in each of His acts. For example, God guided the Israelites out of Egypt and across the Red Sea. When the Lord Jesus did His work on earth, He fed the five thousand with five loaves and two fish, raised the dead and made the blind see. All this is the actual and real manifestation of God’s authority. As long as we obey God’s sovereignty and arrangements, look up to God in all things and heed everything that He has arranged for us, we can see that His authority and power is everywhere, and thus we have our faith in God strengthened.

I want to share a passage of God’s words with you, “The authority by which God rules all things, and the power of God, show all things that God is present everywhere and at all times. When you have witnessed the ubiquity of the authority and power of God, you will see that God is present everywhere and at all times. The authority and power of God are unconstrained by time, geography, space, or any person, matter or thing. The breadth of God’s authority and power surpasses the imagination of man; it is unfathomable to man, unimaginable to man, and shall never be completely known by man.


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