Unlimited power; commonly attributed to a deity or deities.(noun)
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Use "omnipotence" in a sentence
"The Holy Father highlighted the importance of understanding that God's omnipotence is not an arbitrary power, because God is Good, He is Truth."
"His omnipotence is the capacity to apply the DoShit method on any number of those variables directly and instantaneously, and change them, regardless of the laws of physic, regardless even of the dictates of causality and logic."
"-- In this solemn and impressive prayer, in which they make public confession of their sins, and deprecate the judgments due to the transgressions of their fathers, they begin with a profound adoration of God, whose supreme majesty and omnipotence is acknowledged in the creation, preservation, and government of all."