The Lord God Almighty never loses a battle. He wins even when no one thinks he will win. The reason for his success is that he relies entirely on his Supreme Holy Spirit. When his Holy Spirit says "stop" he stops, and when he says "go" he goes. God recognizes that his Spirit is all knowing and all seeing, and is the part of him that is invincible. If it were not for his Spirit, he would have no power. It is his Spirit, his absolute submission to the Spirit, his recognition of its Supreme power and authority, and his infallible faith in the authority of heaven that empowers him.
God's power is our power. When we receive his Holy Spirit, we have available to us the same power and authority of God. That power increases exponentially when we submit to the wisdom of the Holy Spirit of God. To the degree that we progressively submit, our powers will continue to increase. To the degree that we institute reforms in our way of thinking, we progressively become like God. We have in God the proof that his way works, and we have in Jesus its power to destroy death's hold on us. When God's way has been tested and tried, we can then begin to implement innovative solutions to unique problems. Until then, we should continue in learning mode.
There are two principles that govern the universe and by which God determines how we should be judged. They are love and compassion; love for God and compassion toward fellow human beings. When we face the final judgment at the end of the age, those are the two principles by which God will judge us. Love for God means obeying his precepts; compassion means treating others as we would want them to treat us. These are basic but very powerful principles by which anyone, regardless of their religion or spiritual condition, can live.
That all of life can be summed up by two basic principles is alarming. It signifies that our most basic condition that accounts for most of the problems we are experiencing is a lack of love for God, and a lack of regard for fellow human beings. It is a global emergency of massive proportions, one that must be remedied in order for our society to survive long term. The foundation for change was established two thousand years ago when Jesus died on Calvary and later resurrected. When God returns to establish his kingdom, he will teach us the building code and the process of construction that guarantees eternal life.