Isaiah 9:6 (KJV)
For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
Right from the announcement of His birth, through to His resurrection, Jesus was and is still a wonder. There are several accounts that left all in awe as He manifested the name “Wonderful” both in the Old and New Testament. In order to do the miraculous which defeats the enemy, the Lord manifests in this name (Exo 3:20, Job 9:10, Ps 77:14, Acts 4:30).
In life’s overwhelming situations where the only way out is through an act of wonder, knowing Jesus’s name as ‘Wonderful’ becomes very expedient. Unfortunately, many in ignorance still use His name in vain (fear or jest). But for us who believe, the power of attorney in His name to do wonders has been given (Exo 20:7, Mk 16:17-18).
It’s good to note that wonders aren’t random occurrences based on any man’s choosing or by any particular pattern but they’re events by God, suspending natural laws in order to make His name known. However, our anticipation and preparedness in faith are keys that help us as vessels to facilitate their occurrence.
God is glorious in holiness and fearful in praises. If we honor Him with our lives in holiness and praise, rather than in sin; murmuring and ingratitude, His wonders will follow us. (Exo 15:11, Josh 3:5).
Go into today, trusting God concerning that seemingly hopeless situation, and as you do so living in holiness and praise, He will in His perfect time, manifest wonders to transform your destiny for His glory.
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