Power In The Word (1 of 4) by Jeff Strite
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Series: A Word About The Word
George Faull once wrote fact that "atheists, agnostics, or skeptics will often try to stump us with a question about our God. These skeptics think they are being clever and they take pride in their great intelligence. They will say (for example)
"If God is all powerful, can He create a rock so big He cannot lift it?"
In other words, if God is all powerful He should be able to create any size rock He wanted, but if He could create a rock that was too big for Him to lift... that would prove He wasn't all powerful. Skeptics love to mock us with these kinds of challenges because they believe it shows the lack of logic in worshipping some supposed God.
So George came up with a few responses you might try out if one of these skeptics tries that question on you:
1. Why would He want to lift it? And... do you need a rock like that for something?
2. Not right now. Right now He is seeing if He can make a square circle for another skeptic.
3. By definition, a rock is only a small fragment of a larger piece of the same substance. Therefore, your question is illogical and flawed from conception.
4. Well, I assume the rock would need to be created where you could see Him create it and lift it, or you would not believe. Since He already created the earth and hung it upon nothing with all the other heavenly bodies, your question ought to be "Can God create and hang a planet bigger than any other than I can already see?"
The answer to that is "Yes, but I doubt if would do it just so you could believe."
5. Someone told me you were witty and I have concluded they were only half right.
Our God is an awesome and powerful God.
There is nothing He can't do.
Nothing He can't create.
And nothing He can't lift.
In fact, some people refer to God as the "higher power"
In Isaiah 55, God says... "You got that right!"
"That's exactly what I am."
"I AM higher than ...
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