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.
The dictionary defines the word mighty as possessing great and impressive power or strength, especially due to size while the word almighty means having complete power or being omnipotent. This title is reserved for God alone.
It is wonderful to know that the name of Jesus is also The mighty God. It then means that when He manifests in this name on your behalf, no one and nothing can defeat you. It doesn’t matter how hopeless your life may seem, He is mighty to save you (Ps 24:8, Zep 3:17).
One of the greatest displays of God’s mighty power was when He raised Jesus Christ from the dead. As believers, we have received the same Spirit behind that great power (Eph 1:19-20, Rom 8:11). This power is far-reaching enough to sustain the universe and is close enough to save you (Heb 1:3, John 3:16).
Many have been deceived into believing for less than what Christ died for. His death and resurrection opened a way for us by His name to do mighty works, but sadly, this is not often the case. One major reason for this is unbelief, and according to the bible, its presence limits the release of God’s mighty power (Ps 78:41, Mk 6:5-6a KJV). The only cure for this is the Word (Rom10:17).
Go into today reminded that God is sovereign and His name is mighty to deliver. But unless you see yourself in the light of who you are in Christ and act accordingly by faith, you’d be limiting the mighty manifestation of His power (Judges 6:11-16).
Bible in 1 Year: John 5-6 (in today’s audio)
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