Derived from the Latin word for all-powerful, the term omnipotence refers to an attribute that is proper to the Divine Nature: God can bring into existence anything that is conceivable.

Knowledge, will and power are one in God.  According to Christian Tradition, to ascribe omnipotence means that everything in the world was created by Him and that anything conceivable could be brought into existence by Him.

It is especially through our creation and redemption that God is recognized as omnipotent.

Theologically, it is in connection with God’s being the source of the existence of everything in knowledge and will that the doctrine of His omnipotence is expounded.

God orders all things in wisdom and love for the fulfillment of His plan, revealed in Christ and at least obscurely discernable in the wonders of the natural order. (8:44)