J. Gerald Harris, Editor, The Christian Index

READ Jeremiah 33:3

Some have referred to Jeremiah 33:3 as God’s address. In the verse God invites us to approach His throne of grace with prayer. He also promises to answer our prayers for He says, “And I will answer thee.” But in the last part of the verse He announces that He has the power to “show (us) great and mighty things, which (we) know not.”

Obviously, there is no limit to what God can do. In fact Ephesians 3:20 is where Paul tells us that God is “able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.” There is nothing impossible with God. He omnipotent. That means He has all power – power over principalities, powers, might and dominion and all other distinctions of power.

I will mention two things, which God has the power to do.

First, God has the power to redeem. He redeemed John Newton, a vile slave trader, who expressed his testimony from complete debauchery to glorious salvation in the hymn, Amazing Grace.  God can save the wretched sinner and the religious hypocrite.  He can save the drug addict and the person trusting in his own good works for salvation.  He can save the down and out and the up and in.

Secondly, God has the power to revive. He can revive and restore delinquent and backslidden believers, broken and beleaguered families, but He can also revive dead and lukewarm churches. Actually, I do not believe a morally and spiritually bankrupt nation is beyond the reach of God’s reviving and restoring power.

PRAY: Dear omnipotent Father, give us the grace to repent in our hearts, our homes, our churches and in our nations so that we might experience a true weeping, reaping and sweeping revival. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

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