His Name Cannot Be Overcome // Glimpses Link Up — 26 Comments

  1. It’s been a heavy week, indeed, friend. It is difficult sometimes in the midst of the big to remember the personal and intimate love that He has for each of us. Thank you for always directing us back to that truth. I’m so glad to hear that this school year is starting off good for your boy! Blessings on your week!

  2. There are so many things to pray about. Sunday I found myself thanking God for dry streets in my corner of Texas, but we know that there are many who are struggling to clean up and rebuild. May we stay faithful in prayer and allow God to do what only He can.

  3. It is such troubling times to see all the suffering in the world. 🙁 It makes my heart heavy too. I’ve only heard Mosaic one time I’m my daughter’s church, but I’m listening to it again now. You find the best songs, Barbie! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Barbie,
    Love the lyrics to this song…..I am emotionally exhausted waiting helplessly as my mom and cousins rode out the hurricane in Florida. They are all okay – some roof and other damage to homes, but praise for their safety. Jesus is the name that CANNOT be overcome…Praise!

  5. The news is so overwhelming. I just can’t take in all the devastation in so many areas. All we can do is cry out to Him for help for people and for these things to somehow turn hearts to Him.

  6. Hi Barbie. Thank you for this hope-filled post. It especially touches my heart that when we don’t know how to pray, all we need to do is pray Jesus’ name. “The Name that brings comfort to the broken, sight to the blind, freedom to the captive.” Amen! Praying His Name right now for all who are in some kind of storm or disaster, whether within or without! Blessings and hugs!

    • One time shortly after being saved I was in distress while sleeping. I managed to whisper the Name of Jesus, and the presence of evil fled. His Name is so very powerful.

  7. I have raised my head with wonder that God truly hears my prayers. We are blessed to have our God.
    Barbie, I am a Native Californian too and have watched with saddened eyes and heart at the devastation that is happening to Yosemite and the NW and all around. I was a Navy child so was born in San Diego but have lived in many places in CA and consider it “home” more than anywhere else I have lived…even in TX where I have lived the longest.

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