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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM

Coffee Time with Jesus

  • Jesus: Wonderful
    For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given,
    and the government will be upon His shoulder.
    And His name will be called Wonderful.
    Isaiah 9:6
    Jesus is called Wonderful, a noun in the Hebrew language that Isaiah used as His name. Throughout the Scriptures, the word “wonderful” is used to describe miracles; it’s a word that suggests the supernatural. Jesus is called Wonderful, the source of miracles; all supernatural expressions come from Him. Jesus is called Wonderful, describing the mysterious or secretive attributes of God. Jesus has all the attributes of God, both those seen and unseen. His name “Wonderful” expresses those things about God that we don’t know. His name “Wonderful” reflects His incomprehensible nature. Jesus is so Wonderful; we have difficulty finding words to express it. Jesus also has a name written that no one knows but Him (Revelation 19:12). It’s a Wonderful name.
    Lord, I praise You for Your wonderful nature, and I stand in awe of the wonderful things You do for me. Lord, when I don’t know what to say in prayer, I simply worship in Your wonderful presence.
    Jesus is called Wonderful, a name that separates Him from the common things of life and lifts Him into the realm of majestic deity. Also, His name “Wonderful” expresses the concept of glory. Jesus has God’s glory, and He brings more glory to the Godhead. His name “Wonderful” puts Him in a class all by Himself. Call Him Wonderful, the separated One, the distinguished One, the noble One, and the only One.
    Lord, I call You Wonderful because of all I know about You in Scriptures, and I worship You for all the wonderful things You have done for me. Amen.
    Go Deeper: Colossians 1:16-20
    Jesus is too Wonderful to describe.