The Biggest Promise in the Bible

 

“Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.” {Ephesians 3:20}

Have you ever thought about this promise? I mean, really thought about it?

“Unto him that is able to do all that we ask.”

Isn’t that a great promise? God is able to do all that we ask. But that’s not the promise.

“Unto him that is able to do all that we ask or think.”

There is nothing that we can ask or even imagine that God is not able to do. Truly unlimited power. But that’s not all the promise says.

“Unto him that is able to do above all that we ask or think.”

God’s power supersedes anything we can imagine or ask. Our greatest dream, and God is able to do more. But the promise doesn’t stop there.

“Unto him that is able to do abundantly above all that we ask or think.”

Paul wants us to know that God can’t just answer our requests, he is able to do more. And he can’t just go beyond our requests, he is able to go way beyond them.

But that’s not where the promise stops.

“Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.”

The possibilities of prayer don’t just go beyond, or even way beyond our requests. God’s power surpasses way beyond. There is no human limitation to what God’s power is able to do.

No task too difficult, no problem too big, no challenge too great.

And it is all by “His power that works in us” to bring glory to Himself in His church!

Remember this promise the next time you go to God in prayer. There might be varied reasons God doesn’t grant your request, but His ability to do so is not one of them.

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