Anglican Church Sunday School Manual For July 5, 2020 :- Topic – Omnipotence

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Anglican Church Sunday School Manual For July 5, 2020 :- Topic – Omnipotence

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STUDY 28

5th Sunday after Trinity July 12, 2020

THEME: IN THE NAME OF JESUS CHRIST

SUB-THEME: Attributes of Jesus Christ (11)

TOPIC: Omnipotence

MEMORY VERSE: Matthew 28: 18 “And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All

authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth ”.

TEXTS: Genesis 1: 1-3; John 1: 1-4; Matthew 28: 18.

AIMS:

i. to learn that Jesus share the same all powerful nature with God and

ii. to shows Jesus’ empowerment of His followers.

INTRODUCTION:

“Omnipotence” is a theological term that refers to the all-encompassing power of God. It

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describes God as having virtually unlimited authority or influence. From Genesis to

Revelation, the Bible reveals Jesus Christ as sharing omnipotence with God. Our study

shall further expose the universal omnipotence of our Lord Jesus Christ.

He reveals in the Bible that He is all-powerful and in the final sense is the ruler of nature,

history and nations as nations are as a drop in a bucket and counted as small dust on the

balance ( ). He is the all-powerful Lord who has created Isa. 40: 15 all things and sustains

them by the Word of His power (Gen. 1:1-3; Heb. 1: 3). Yet He has so fashioned human

beings that He graciously appeals to them to return to Him in obedience because He

holds them responsible for their thoughts and actions.

STUDY GUIDE/QUESTIONS:

1. Describe the oneness of God’s omnipotence with Jesus Christ in John 1:1-4; Phil

2:9-11; Heb 1:3; compareGen 1:3; Psalm 3:6.

2. What are some of the different situations in which Jesus demonstrated His

omnipotence in His earthly ministry? Acts 10: 38; John 2: 7-9; Mark 5:1-13; Luke

8:43-44

3. How has Jesus empowered His disciples and the Christians in our generation for the

continuation of His ministry? Luke 9: 1-2; Matt 28;18; Mark 16:17-18; Acts 1: 8;

19:13-17.

4. What can possibly limit the operations of Christ’ omnipotence in our Christian lives?

Isa. 59: 1-2; Matt. 13:58; 17: 14-20.

CONCLUSION: The omnipotence of Jesus Christ was totally manifested in His

conquering of death in order to open the gate of salvation to all who believe in Him. The

climax of His omnipotence is in judging the whole world; both great and small.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: No one can be more powerful than Jesus Christ the conqueror of

death

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