He isn't married so smart too
BTW unlimited power is a contradiction. Even for God.
I wouldn't go that far. If I had a choice, I'd be married again. But all of my illusions have definitely been brought into reality about what I'd be getting myself into, if I ever remarried. Women are just dudes with some physical and linguistic upgrades, and they're fully capable of having all of the undesireable characteristics that any guy might ever have, either occasionally or as a part of their daily routine. The only way to know if it'll work between a man and a woman is for them to talk about all of the uncomfortable subjects that they try to hide while dating, but that are suddenly a big deal after they've gotten married 'cause after all he/she should have known such and such.....
As far as I'm concerned, from some of the nonsense I've seen recently, if it stays a secret while you're dating, it better stay a secret after you're married 'cause you were 100% unfair to the other person as far as what they were getting themselves into if now there's a situation that's irreconcileable with their desires and expectations 'cause someone decided to be a wimp about what was genuinely the facts of their lives 'cause they were afraid of losing someone. Lose 'em now or lose 'em later if it's something that won't remain a secret forever, as far as wanting kids, wanting a decade of financial discomfort in order to finish a doctorate, etc.
I refuse to marry people 'cause of all of the nonsense I've been seeing. I don't care if it's a total Cinderella story. People aren't open enough and upfront about what is most definitely going to be a big deal to them after they're married. I despise that kind of willful deception, and then they wind up feeling like a rib is being removed while they're wide awake during a divorce.
As far as unlimited power goes, unlimited power is an oxymoron. Just like free-will and freedom are oxymorons. God sets people free so they can live moral lives. In the United States, the Constitutional rights to live free are rights to live moral lives rather than licentious lives because many of the framers of the United States Constitution were theologians. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are in 21st Century language "life, liberty, and the pursuit of a morally sound life" because freedom can't exist in the presence of bondage. Christ sets us free to live morally sound lives. And self-governing nations that don't have monarchies are based on the assumption of a godly life, even if legislation of the previous 75 years or so has passed a lot of laws reflecting a morally relative philosophy. It hasn't work and won't.
True, or unlimited power is balanced with wisdom, which 70% of the time is going to mean dodging extremes in behaviour. Unlimited power isn't realized all at once, but is something worked through over the course of at least one eternity, depending on your view of how many demensions are involved in the Creation. There's a book that's been much in contention on another thread as to whether or not it should be regarded as Scripture though it's not included in the Bible. Some of the contention over it is whether or not it predates Noah's flood, though there's not yet any substantial proof of it being older than the second century B.C. and I got to wondering earlier if it might be the source of all that we've hated about the world after the flood when I got to thinking of it's contents as seeds and the remotest possibility of it being as old as it would appear to claim to be within it's pages. The book is filled with condemnation and I hadn't noticed that until a few hours ago. And I'm wondering if condemnation of the conscience entering into the human family that early in the game produced most of the world's religions, after the flood, in an attempt at cleansing the conscience as the book of Hebrews says that Christ's Blood alone does.
Man universally reaches out towards God on an instinctive level, but the creation of sooo many religions has always been a partial mystery to me. And the Holy Spirit may have answered that for me today in a way where, as it says in 1Corinthians that God catches the self assured in their craftiness and brings the wisdom of the wise in their own eyes to ruin. The carnal mind is at enmity against God for all of the reasons that anybody around here might think and speak of, but also because it's rooted in a condemned conscience. What predates religion that would have really created that condemnation in the generations after Adam's sin that would have been reasonably innocent of what happened and only aware of what happened by tradition until Moses wrote it down? Some say the book of Enoch and now I'm really starting to wonder about that. That if it is as old as some insist that it is, then perhaps it had a greater impact on creating "Mystery Babylon" than some would have imagined. Not for the unrighteousness of any of it's proclamations, but because of being the earliest seeds of the ministry of condemnation that though having the same effects as what St. Paul describes in 2Corinthians 3 would predate what he's talking about there. Again, if it's as old as some insist that it is.
Perhaps in our prayers for one another, we should all be praying that the Blood of Christ does it's most thorough work in cleansing the conscience of each person on the planet. A guilty conscience definitely plays a part in people treating one another the worst that claim to love one another the most, as in the husband/wife relationship. Husbands and wives get busy in trying to deal with matters of their own conscience, so they often accidentally aren't as attentive to all of the needs/desires of the other person that they swore on their wedding day that they'd always be attentive, loving, and self sacrificial towards.
Unlimited power is simply a clear conscience, that again, only Christ's Blood can cleanse. A clear conscience has zero problems with believing and speaking from one's blessing, authority, beliefs, and love in Christ (Mark 11:22-26; Colossians 3:12-17).