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Synonyms for Almighty

Synonyms for Almighty

having unlimited power

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In the Fascist delirium of almightiness, individual instances of African Courage and Beauty were reduced to mere tools of propaganda.
Many need to be reminded of His almightiness seen in creation and the vastness of galaxies discovered and undiscovered which are merely drops in His Ocean of existence.
Than their captors asked them what they thought of Hamas and tried to impress them with their technological almightiness by showing them their houses via something similar to Google Earth.
He made Himself little to enter the human heart and renew it with the almightiness of His love.
It continues its own experience of almightiness because it observes that it won all that power.
The creator of the universe, in making himself a child, came among us to share in our human journey; he made himself little to enter the human heart and thereby to renew it with the almightiness of his love.
Already in Underworld, the apparent almightiness of the digital--the dark power of "soft" microsystems, "zeroes," "ones," and "pixels" to replicate themselves across the "real" world and thus "integrate" us all into the trajectories of representation and desire crisscrossing within the same macrosystem of sameness--was setting itself up as a premise of life worldwide (825).
The weightiness of the words (which I later learned translated as "Almightiness is unlimited like constant flowing spring / The power is called the deep entering of birth / It is the core for heaven and earth / It is eternal and works gently without struggling") was offset by the actress's whimsical angel costume and commedia tricks.
It was Heschel's belief that a man's works are "windows allowing us to view the author's soul." (1) Heschel's writings attest to the deep inner struggle in his soul, as he considers the almightiness and presence of God.