His power is at work in us, and if only we set our mind on the things which concern Him, we will see this power in active operation. The power of God makes great works possible, but is just as operative in the small, unnoticed, things of life.
The power of God is great, yet He gives of it freely for His purposes. We have to wait for the power. There is no time for delay, as the Spirit has already come; the waiting is to prevent us dashing ahead, reliant on our own ability instead of His enabling. Even when works of power, or "miracles" occur, these only confirm the message: "Look Heavenward!"
The works of power are a signpost which says, 'Go, in this direction, to God.' But it is never intended that we worship the signpost!
Is He truly what I treasure most, so that my heart and heaven are already one (He said the Kingdom of Heaven is now, in the present). What do I value most in my life? What is it that I spend most of my time thinking about? Am I careless with my relationship with God? Do I neglect to spend time cultivating this relationship? Do I treasure it? Do I set as much value on it as He has on me?