God's Word Power

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1

God is endless - awesomely powerful. His power is in His spoken word (what He has said, what He says). Notice the scripture.

"And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." (Genesis 1:3)
"And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness..." (Genesis 1:26)
"And God said [more examples here]."

God's Word - A study.  What does it mean to "say"?

Said verb Past tense and past participle of say.

Say verb., said (sĕd), say·ing, says (sĕz).

transitive verb
To utter aloud; pronounce: The children said, "Good morning."
To express in words: Say what's on your mind.
To state as one's opinion or judgment; declare: I say let's eat out.
To state as a determination of fact: It's hard to say who is right in this matter.
To repeat or recite: said grace.
To report or maintain; allege.
To indicate; show: The clock says half past two.
To give nonverbal expression to; signify or embody: It was an act that said "devotion."
To suppose; assume: Let's say that you're right.

intransitive verb
To make a statement; express oneself: The story must be true because the teacher said so.

A turn or chance to speak: Having had my say, I sat down.
The right or power to influence or make a decision: Citizens have a say in the councils of government. All I want is some say in the matter.

Archaic. Something said; a statement.

Approximately: There were, say, 500 people present.
For instance: a woodwind, say an oboe.

[Middle English seien, from Old English secgan.]
sayer say'er noun

To produce or make (speech sounds): articulate, enunciate, pronounce, utter, vocalize. See words.
To put into words: articulate, communicate, convey, declare, express, state, talk, tell, utter, vent, verbalize, vocalize, voice.
To put into words positively and with conviction: affirm, allege, argue, assert, asseverate, aver, avouch, avow, claim, contend, declare, hold, maintain, state.

The right or chance to express an opinion or participate in a decision:

God's Transitive nature and power:

Transitive (to transform, to change).
  1. (Abbr. trans. or tr. or t.) Grammar. Expressing an action carried from the subject to the object; requiring a direct object to complete meaning. Used of a verb or verb construction.
  2. Characterized by or involving transition.
  3. Logic & Mathematics. Of or relating to a relationship between three elements such that if the relationship holds between the first and second elements and between the second and third elements, it necessarily holds between the first and third elements. Examples of transitive relationships are equality for numbers and divisibility for integers.
God Himself is described as a transitive (triune) being (of or relating to a relationship between three elements): Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

For us, one of the greatest examples of a transitive relationship is the relationship of God, through Jesus, to (us) man.

John 8:19
Then said they unto him, Where is thy Father? Jesus answered, "Ye neither know me, nor my Father: if ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also."

John 14:6
Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. (Romans 10:17 KJV)

God's Word - A weapon of righteousness.
Text by Wayne Jackson:
The weapon employed by the Faithful and True One is that of a sword, a sharp sword, that kept on proceeding from his mouth (Rev 19:15). This is an obvious allusion to his powerful word (cf. Heb. 4:12).

Scripture is replete with references to the incomprehensible power of the spoken word of God. No less than ten times in Genesis 1 Moses employed the verb “said” in describing the creative acts by which the universe was fashioned. Later, the Psalmist expressed it like this: “By the word of Jehovah were the heavens made, and all the host of them by the breath of his mouth. . . for he spake and it was done” (Psa. 33:6,9). In maintaining the world, the writer of Hebrews observes that the Lord Jesus upholds all things “by the word of his power” (Heb. 1:3).

And so, at the time of judgment, the Savior will wage no carnal conflict with his enemies; he will merely speak the word, and they will be banished to eternal punishment (cf. Isa. 11:4; 2 Thes. 2:8).
God's Word expressing His thought.

"What Solomon calls 'Wisdom' is the same word as Logos in John 1;  it means God's Word expressing His thought."  ~ Oswald Chambers, Biblical Psychology pg 37.

"The LORD by wisdom hath founded the earth; by understanding hath he established the heavens." Proverbs 3:19 KJV

Wisdom and Logos - further study:

Wisdom - Hebrew bə·ḥā·ḵə·māh

Logos - Wikipedia

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