He Can Do What He Wants, He’s God All By Himself

He Can Do What He Wants, He’s God All By Himself

S. O. A. P.

Here’s Your 90 second AM Devotional!

S-cripture:

Romans 9:15

For he says to Moses, “I will have mercy on whom I have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I have compassion.”

O-bservation:

In this letter to the Romans, St. Paul references a passage of scripture taken from Exodus 33:19. Moses had asked God to show him His glory. The Lord answered Moses with the above passage.

A-pplication:

What is being said here to Moses, by God? My answer to that question is simply, “He Can Do What He Wants, He’s God All By Himself.” At no time can we bring God down to our small level for Him to play in our world by our limited understanding. He already did that once. We killed Him and He came back to life after conquering the enemy of our souls, Satan himself.  Today He is unlimited. If He shows kindness to any of us, His followers, it’s only because by His Grace we can even follow Him. There is nothing that we have or are that He has not given us. Be careful not to judge the Almighty! “He Can Do What He Wants, He’s God All By Himself.”

P-rayer:

Dear Jesus,

Today I can only respond to You by bowing and humbling myself over and over again to your unlimited greatness! Amen

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  • Mariana Martin Reply

    100% agree, he is King and Lord, his will is sovereign. I cry out for his mercy because love is the essence of him. My heart was anguished on Sunday after the news of your illness, seeing Robbin’s face in particular was very painful. (I was called to pray for her more than a year ago). But after the first shock I rose in faith to fight this spiritual battle and when you win (we win) you will be promoted to a higher spiritual level.
    I love you and I am with you! Isaiah 38:1-5.

    December 2, 2023 at 10:03 am

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