The Omnipresent, Omniscient, Omnipotent God

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Dear God,

Do you see what I’m dealing with right now?

Do you know my mortgage and car payments are due?

Do you see my sick child fighting this awful disease?

These statements are familiar statements that many of us may have wondered silently or maybe even questioned God aloud at some time in life.

God is omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent.

Omnipresent means God is always present with us. One of His names is Jehovah Shamma, the Lord who will never leave us nor forsake us, even during times of testing and trials.

Our omnipresent Father never promised that we wouldn’t have trials. However, because of He’s omnipresence, we can take comfort in knowing He is there, right along side of us to comfort us through every trial, through every pain.

He’s there to provide the weary rest for their souls.

When the soldier of God returns from the battlefield and his shield is filled with dents, his armor has some tears, his sword is bent, there in the secret place of God, the soldier finds rest for his soul.

He crawls into his Daddy’s lap and rest his head on the One who says “Enter into my rest. Cast all of your cares upon me, and take My yoke upon you. For My yoke is easy. My burden is light.”

The Father is omniscient, which means He is all knowing.

He knows the amount, date and time those bills are due. Yet, He’s not worried and filled with fear.

He knows the result of the mammogram.

He knows your child is sleeping in a jail cell tonight.

All He asks is that we come to the One who knows.

Know that the Omniscient Father has you in the palm of His hands.

All of our days were written in God’s book before one of them ever came to be (Psalm 139:16).

Therefore, nothing surprises God.

He knew what would happen before it happened.

So we must pray, have faith and believe that He is the author and finisher of our faith.

He is the beginning and the ending.

He has already written your story and He says that all things work together for your good.

God is omnipotent, which means He is all powerful and an all sustaining God.

You may ask, what does the power of God have to do with me?

We have the omnipotent God living and breathing on the inside of us.

God created us in His image.

Because of the finished work of Jesus on the cross, we have the creative, powerful ability to call those things that are not as though they were (Romans 4:17).

We can lay hands on the sick and they will recover (Mark 16:18).

We can declare “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10).

We can speak life into our circumstances, instead of death.

We can bind poverty and lack, sickness and disease, generational curses and spirits of inheritance on earth and it will be bound in heaven. We can loose financial stability, health,  peace, honor and respect on earth and it will be loosed in heaven (Matthew 18:18).

Jesus came to overcome the world. Like Jesus, we too can overcome the circumstances of this world.

We are over-comers by the (all-powerful) blood of the Lamb and the words of our testimony.

What are you saying about the bills that are due?

What words do you speak over the child who is ill or who’s sleeping in the jail cell today?

Declare the Word of God over every situation and when you are tired of fighting, go into the secret place with the Omnipresent Father who is always there to give you rest for your weary souls.

While in the secret place, cast your cares upon the Omniscient Father who already knows your pain. He just wants you to release them to the One who cares for you.

After you have been strengthened and renewed in the presence of your Loving Father, prepare your armor, grab your (s)Word, and fight in the Omnipotent power and authority given you by Christ Jesus.

Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called and about which you made the good confession in the presence of many witnesses. (1 Tim 6:12)

From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force. (Matthew 11:12)

May God’s love overwhelm you,

Marilyn J.

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11 thoughts on “The Omnipresent, Omniscient, Omnipotent God”

  1. Thank you Marilyn for this powerful word! You have painted the picture so clearly, God is awesome! Even when we are faced with the unexpected, the Lord is all knowing. He knows before anything happens to us, and He knows all that we need before the “due date.” (Amen! 🙂 ). So we need not fear or be anxious, but ask and trust that God is more than able to do it. And much more, He is also able to make everything work out for our good. Thank you Jesus!

    Have a beautiful day! God bless you my sister 🙂

    1. Shade, I agree our God is awesome, amen! Thank you sis for reading and commenting on my post. You have a beautiful day in the Lord also!
      Overflow of God’s love and blessings to you! 🙂

  2. Marilyn,

    When we take God’s yoke upon us, we’re telling Him, “I’ll move out the way and trust Your way.” Our human nature is so use to handling things that we often forget during the moments of trials and tribulation.

    1. Amen Antoinette! For me, it is not always easy to move out of my own way. For years, I depended on myself to get things done. I’d include God in my plans, but I was the one in control. Sometimes, I still find myself reverting back to those ways, but once I recognize it, I repent, surrender to God, and rest in Him. Trust is not always easy, but it is possible.
      Many blessings to you!
      Marilyn

  3. Hi Marilyn! What an encouraging post! Yes, I wonder sometimes if God sees me. Or what he is thinking about my trials and problems. But you are so right to say it’s not what I think, it’s his invitation to rest in him. No matter the circumstances. He just wants us under his wings, because that’s where we belong.

    Thank you for this soothing and supporting post!
    Ceil

    1. Ceil, under His wings is where I find peace and strength to get me through the overwhelming days. Sometimes I try to figure things out on my own instead of running to the arms of the Father. But I take comfort in knowing that no matter how or when I arrive, He’s always there… waiting. His consistency is amazing.
      Many blessings to you Ceil.

  4. So often we know “Christian” words but don’t apply them to our lives. Thanks for this post that gives real emotion and practical application to familiar and powerful truths!

    1. So true Karen. Sometimes as Christians, we speak what we’ve heard from pastors, teaching messages, etc. It’s important we know who God is personally.
      Many blessings to you 🙂

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