When we come such words we can only worship God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. John says, “Then I heard again what sounded like the shout of a vast crowd or the roar of mighty ocean waves or the crash of loud thunder: “Praise the LORD! For the Lord our God, the Almighty, reigns.” (Rev. 19:6).
God, Father, Son and Holy Ghost is ultimate uniqueness and there is none like Him. He is the A to Z, the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the Ending of totality. He is the Trinity three in One. One God, not three. He has control of everything natural and supernatural. He is absolutely invincible. He cannot be cannot be stopped or reversed.
Yahweh, God is invincible, in every sense and aspect such as strength, speed and intellect. He is beyond cause and effect, logic and reason, and can make anything happen without limits and imagination.
El Shaddai, rules all things. He handles any situation. He has all-incredible skill and wisdom. He creates anything and everything from nothing. He is self existent and self sufficient.
The one God the Bible declares, exists outside of everything and yet is concerned with even the smallest thing. He knows no bounds. He is immutable and immune to change. He is everywhere, at once, at all times. He knows everything and anything and has full comprehension of the the smallest quark to the immense universe and eternity.
He manipulates and creates concepts, shapes and destroy all forces. He can create or erase life all at once. He is beyond life and death. He is immortal. He brings everything back to its original state. He renews all things. He controls the extent of existence itself. He is totally unstoppable. It is amazing how there is a certain sense in the Apostles Creed of not only defense of the faith but holy defiance in these words against those who would attempt to make the Christian God less than He is or compare him to false gods of pagan religions.
Arthur Pink says, It is very beautiful to link together the following passages: “He walketh upon the waves of the sea” (Job 9:8), which expresses God’s uncontrollable power. “He walketh in the circuit of Heaven” (Job 22:14), which tells of the immensity of His presence. “He walketh upon the wings of the wind” (Ps. 104:3), which signifies the amazing swiftness of His operations. This last expression is very remarkable. It is not that “He flieth,” or “runneth,” but that He “walketh” and that, on the very “wings of the wind”—on the most impetuous of the elements, tossed into utmost rage, and sweeping along with almost inconceivable rapidity, yet they are under His feet, beneath His perfect control!”
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