Topic: The Wonders of His Supremacy
Text: Psalm 33:11
My Father is the most Supreme and He does exactly as He pleases. Psalm 115:3
My Father wasn’t elected so you can’t dethrone Him.
God has no beginning and therefore you can’t touch His future.
God is higher than the highest. Ecclesiastes 5:8
No matter how high your throne is, you’re still under His feet. Isaiah 66:1
Psalm 33:8-9, Isaiah 43:13
He says nobody can deliver out of His hands.
God decides who He will promote. Psalm 75:5-7
What I love most about the supremacy of my Father is that He has the last say.
This means sickness does not have the last say over you, no matter its nature.
The man who had been sick for 38 years received his healing in a moment. John 5:2-9
Death doesn’t have the final say, for God is the resurrection and the life.
John 11:25, 39-45
Poverty does not have the last say, but the Almighty God has the final say.
Genesis 17:1, Psalm 24:1.
Haggai 2:8, Psalm 50:10-11
2 Kings 4:1-7
Barrenness doesn’t have the last say, but God does.
He commanded us to be fruitful. Genesis 1:28
The King of glory has the last say, not the devil. Psalm 24:7-10
1 John 3:8
The most interesting thing about God’s supremacy is that not even you has the last say.
1 Kings 19:1-8. Elijah thought he was a failure, but God said no.
Gideon felt like he was the smallest man in Israel, but God called him a mighty man of valour.
You can’t beat my Father; He controls the heaven and the earth.
You’re part of His business and so He’s minding you.
Don’t fight against God, you can’t win.
Don’t resist Him; surrender to Him and your future will be guaranteed.
Cry unto God; ask Him to have mercy on you and save your soul.
Prayer Point: Cry unto God, the sovereign One and tell Him to speak into your life.