The words may be a bit different at times. But whether it’s the Apostles’ Creed or the Nicene Creed, we join in confessing our faith in an almighty God. On a rare Sunday we may not use the words of either creed, but an almighty God is part of our thinking, teaching, worshiping, and living.
We may not always think carefully that God has almighty power when we speak the words. Our voices quickly move on to the next idea. One word follows another. We are always moving on. We leave our worship behind and go out the door to another event or activity. On and on. But the regular reminders in our worship are important in the parade of activities and interactions. Among those reminders stands our faith in the almighty God.
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Author: John A. Braun
Volume 108, Number 7
Issue: July 2021