Mighty yet merciful

Some of the lines from Isaac Wimberley’s spoken word in the song sung by Kari Jobe (“Forever”) reads:

He is honourable, accountable, favourable. He is searchable yet knowable, indefinable yet approachable, indescribable yet personal! He is beyond comprehension, further than imagination, constant through generations and king of every nation“.

This piece beautifully describes this big mighty God who holds all the power we could ever imagine. And He loves us so immensely and wants a personal relationship with us!!! He will forgive us, no matter what. Its mind-blowing, how mighty yet merciful our God is towards us.
Read Psalm 89:8 ( and Ephesians 2:4-5 (


Your Say.

Do you like to have your say?

We can be so busy thinking of how we are going to make our point, that we don’t hear other people.

James 1:19 ( reminds us that listening is better than speaking. It is important to take time to listen to other people. Listening helps us say what matters without hurting others.

Romans 12:10. (

As we listen to others, we begin to understand their perspective and background, this helps us love them better and more genuinely, so that we really help them where they are.

Lord, help me to genuinely listen to what others say so that I can love them better.



Adverts always brag about the POWER of various products. Powerful deodorants, detergents, vacuum cleaners and cars.

But listen to how David praises God for His power: ‘Yours, O LORD, is the greatness, the power, the glory, the victory, and the majesty. Everything in the heavens and on earth is Yours, O LORD, and this is Your kingdom. We adore You as the one who is over all things.’ (1 Chronicles 29:11 NLT).

God has legit power – the kind that makes any other claims to power sound lame. And if you love and trust Him, that power lives in you.



Marvel’s Black Panther is set in Wakanda, a fictitious country in East Africa with technological capabilities unlike anywhere else on the planet. What is the source of their technology? One word: Vibranium.

It’s interesting that Vibranium didn’t make the Wakandans less African, but instead set them apart from every other nation and elevated their humanity.

Similar to how Jesus works in people’s lives; He sets us apart from the rest of the world. Just like the Wakandans found their power in Vibranium, we find our power in God.

Read 2 Corinthians 4:7 here: