Jesus Christ was and is all powerful. He can do anything.
Jesus has submitted to the will of the Father, which is why He said that the seats on his right and left hand were not His to give. A son may be every bit as strong and powerful as his father but still submit to his father’s will, and likewise, although Jesus Christ is fully equal with God the Father, He still submits to the Father’s will.
Mark 6 says that Jesus “could there do no mighty work,” but this does not mean that He was not powerful enough. If someone asked you to rob a store, I hope you would say, “I can’t do that.” It’s not that you don’t have the power to rob a store, but that you will not because it would be against the teaching of the Bible. Likewise, when the Bible says Jesus “could not” do mighty works, it’s not that He was not powerful enough, but that it was outside His character. Jesus does not violate His character, and when men have unbelief toward God, He will not perform miracles for them in the same way that He will for those with faith.
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