Omnipotence. In the opening chapter of Genesis, the God of Heaven did something no one else could do: He created everything out of nothing. In verse after verse of chapter one He simply spoke and fully formed things and creatures came into existence. As we read that opening chapter, our hearts and minds are granted the gracious privilege of beholding the origin of everything we see and God’s glory is on display as the sovereign Lord over the entire creation process. Turning our attention to chapter two, it appears that the omnipotence of God is one of the immediate attributes that is particularly noticeable.