Divine Power. Introduction. Thomas defines dunamis as “from dunamai [to be able, to have power], meaning, “(miraculous) power, might, strength” .
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Thomas defines dunamis as “from dunamai [to be able, to have power], meaning, “(miraculous) power, might, strength” .
This Greek word occurs 119x in the NT. Our study of dunamis, while not exhaustive, focuses on the broad areas of application and relevance. Let us never forget that power belongs to the Lord (Matt. 6:13; 22:29; Rom. 1:18-20; etc.).
Evidenced in the Person of Jesus Christ
Evidenced in the People of God
Evidenced in the Church
Evidenced in Response to Adversarial Powers
Just as divine power was seen in Christ’s resurrection, it will also be witnessed in our own (1 Cor. 6:14; 15:42-44, 55-57).
Have you obeyed the gospel of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation (Rom. 1:16-17; Heb. 5:8-9)?