Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as omnipotence.

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  • noun archaic omnipotence

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Examples

  • So that every sincere Christian is endowed with a kind of omnipotency, being able, as St. Paul says of himself, "to do all things through Christ strengthening him."

    The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 09.

  • Trust not unto the omnipotency of gold, or say not unto it, thou art my confidence.

    Letter to a Friend

  • We may laugh at them and are rightfully amused and scared BUT looking closer to home there are Bush and Blair par example who ask ‘God’ for ‘his’ help in waging war and all manner behaviours all sanctified by “God” a ‘voice’ they hear within their biological brain that supposedly comes from without to within..or is there all the time given its omnipotency !

    Iranian university professor’s take on Tom and Jerry cartoons | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Whatever hath no beginning, may be confident of no end; — all others have a dependent being and within the reach of destruction; — which is the peculiar of that necessary essence that cannot destroy itself; — and the highest strain of omnipotency, to be so powerfully constituted as not to suffer even from the power of itself.

    Hydriotaphia, or Urn-burial

  • Others as prodigiously inquire after his omnipotency, an possit plures similes creare deos? an ex scarcibaeo deum?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • They, much like God, are perfect already and only sinners would question their omnipotency.

    Trenberth on Statistics « Climate Audit

  • Is not the observation, Omnia mutantur, nil interit, a contemplation in philosophy thus, that the quantum of nature is eternal? in natural theology thus, that it requireth the same omnipotency to make somewhat nothing, which at the first made nothing somewhat? according to the Scripture, Didici quod omnia opera, quoe fecit Deus, perseverent in perpetuum; non possumus eis quicquam addere nec auferre.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • For as all works do show forth the power and skill of the workman, and not his image, so it is of the works of God, which do show the omnipotency and wisdom of the Maker, but not His image.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • For Thy omnipotency is not far from us, even when we be far from Thee.

    The Confessions

  • The eternity of God and the omnipotency of God, the everlasting strength and name of God, that he is Jehovah, are reasons for us to place our trust and confidence in him.

    The Sermons of John Owen

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