Al-Jabbar22 October 2019 Zaid Ali Alsagoff
Allah calls Himself Al-Jabbaar— The Compeller, The Restorer— on one occasion in the Quran. He is the One who compels all things according to His will. Al-Jabbaar is the Highest One, who irresistibly restores, repairs, and completes all of creation!
Jabbaar comes from the root jeem-baa-raa which points to three main meanings. The first main meaning is to compel and force someone to do something and the second is to be supreme and high. The third main meaning is to repair, to mend, or to restore something.
Jabbaar occurs ten times in the Quran, but is only used once for Allah ‘azza wa jall. Nine times jabbaar refers to the people oppressing others and only Allah is al-Jabbaar in a positive sense. His might is in the sense of power; Al-Jabbaar is the One who compels the tyrants, overwhelming them with His power and might.
How can you live by this name?
We should never be oppressive to others, nor misuse our authority.
We should ask Al-Jabbar to fix our affairs, whenever we feel unable to do something.
Whenever we feel distress we should ask Al-Jabbar to mend our hearts.
Source (more detailed): https://understandquran.com/and-the-answer-is-al-jabbaar/