Real power, God’s power, is found not in the form of coercion, but can be seen through Christ’s presence with people in their weakness and fragility, giving them hope by the power of Christ’s love.

And for those who know the power of God at work in their lives, amidst their weakness and fragility, know that they do not need to worry about when the Son of Man is coming. He comes to us not because of what we have done, but rather out of his great love for us and for what he can do for me and you. And so whenever the fullness of time may be we can be glad when they say to us, “Let us go to the house of the Lord!”, knowing that in love our Savior welcomes us home.

The Power of God