The Arabic words used to denote omnipotence in the following verses of the Qur’an are:
- ‘aziz, which means “all-mighty,” “invincibly powerful,” “one before whom everyone else is powerless,” “respected,” “distinguished,” “dear” and “beloved”
- muqit, which means “omnipotent,” “ever-powerful” and “ever-nourisher”
- qadir, which means “omnipotent” and “all-powerful”
- qawiyy, which means “strong,” “mighty,” “powerful,” “potent” and “all-powerful”
“Our Lord! Send amongst them a Messenger of their own who shall recite unto them Your Verses and instruct them in the Book [this Qur’an] and wisdom and purify them. Verily! You are the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.”
Then if you slide back after the clear signs have come to you, then know that Allah [swt] is All-Mighty, All-Wise.
In [to] this worldly life and in the Hereafter. And they ask you concerning orphans. Say, “The best thing is to work honestly in their property, and if you mix your affairs with theirs, then they are your brothers. And Allah [swt] knows him who means mischief from him who means good. And if Allah [swt] had wished, He could have put you into difficulties. Truly Allah [swt] is All-Mighty, All-Wise.