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God is Able

For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure.

Philippans 2:13

There is a song the says, “God Is Able.”  James Smith looking through the Bible found several scriptures that helps us to see what God is able to do for us.
  1. He Is Able To Save Us  (Hebrews 7:25).  For this He came, for this was His Name called Jesus, for this He died and rose again.  He saves from wrath, from the world, from self, from the Devil, and from death and the grave.
  2. He Is Able To Deliver Us  (Daniel 3:17).  He delivers by shutting the mouths of our enemies and quenching the violence of their fiery passions (Hebrews 11:33-34.)
  3. He Is Able To Make Us Stand  (Philippians 3:21).  This is a great comfort in these slippery days, when men will not endure sound doctrine.  We will be able to stand if we are able so say, like Elijah,  “The Lord God of Israel, before whom I stand”   (1 Kings 17:1)
  4. He Is Able To Keep Us  (Jude 24).  He can even keep us from stumbling.  In Christ, we are kept in the Father’s hand, where no thief can steal.  “Kept by the power of God through faith”  (1 Peter 1:5).
  5. He Is Able To Satisfy Us  (2 Corinthians 9:8).  What a treasure here!  “All grace abounding toward you, that you always may have sufficiency in all things.”  Is it so with you? Why not?  God is able – able to do exceeding abundantly.
  6. He Is Able To Raise Us (Hebrews 11:19).  He is able to keep that which we have committed unto Him – spirit, soul, and body.  Joyful anticipation – this mortal shall put on immortality.  What  change – a body like unto His own glorious body.
  7. He Is Able To Present Us Faultless  (Jude 24).  What a joy to Jesus!  What a consolation to the Father!  What a prospect and privilege for the Christian.

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