Today's Communion verse at Mass, Romans 6.9: "We know that Christ, raised from the dead, dies no more; death no longer has power over him." The fact is that nothing, nothing ever had or can have power over God, since he is the source of all power. This means that we'd better be aware of our own place before him. Some may think that they have a lot of power in this world, but the truth is that they have only temporary, limited power over those in the lower echelons, while their own destinies lie completely in God's hands.
Do you realize that we are the only creatures in this world who have rebelled against God and gone astray? It has happened precisely because we've forgotten our proper place before God. We are the problem, not God. May this realization make us relinquish our "power" and submit ourselves to the all-powerful (but most loving) Father.