Power is not just a title or a position; it is a force. Obtaining power tends to do something to one’s state of mind. Over time, it will make one treat people differently. Often, given the way in which our culture works, our own hubris will corrupt the way in which we handle power and lead us to ruin. But, in the book of Corinthians, the Apostle Paul talks about a different kind of power. A power that for all the world looks like weakness. But, in fact, is the very power on which this universe is built.