When God does the impossible, no man can lay claim to any part of the glory that belongs only to Him

Bob Deffinbaugh (Bible.org) comments on Paul and the shipwreck of Acts 27: Two full weeks had passed, and the storm showed no sign of weakening. No one had seen the sun, the moon, or the stars for many days (verse 20). Since ancient sailors navigated by the heavens, this meant they had no idea where … More When God does the impossible, no man can lay claim to any part of the glory that belongs only to Him

God works through human weakness so that He receives the honor and the praise.

Bob Deffinbaugh wrote an article on Acts 18:1-7 at Bible.org: It took a while to realize this, but it is noteworthy that Paul’s first significant success evangelizing among the Gentiles came at this point in time, a time when Paul was at his lowest. He was fearful, both of his safety, and of the results … More God works through human weakness so that He receives the honor and the praise.

A.W. Pink: How entirely different is the Lord!

In our Bible reading plan we come to Exodus 13-15, an especially chapter 15, the Song of Moses. Arthur W. Pink  (1886-1952) comments on verses 11-12 “Who is like you, O Lord, among the gods? Who is like you, majestic in holiness, awesome in glorious deeds, doing wonders? You stretched out your right hand; the earth swallowed them. … More A.W. Pink: How entirely different is the Lord!