The second sententia of the second chapter of Book 1 of Isidore’s Sententiae deals with the divine omnipotence.
Omnipotentia divinae maiestatis cuncta potestatis suae inmensitate concludit, nec evadendi potentiam eius quis aditum invenire poterit, quia ille omnia circumquaque constringit. Cuncta enim intra divini iudicii omnipotentiam coartantur, sive quae continenda sunt ut salva sint, sive quae amputanda sunt ut pereant. Nullatenus ergo posse effugi Deum quempiam. Qui enim non habet placatum, nequaquam evadet iratum.
The omnipotence of the divine majesty embraces all things with the immensity of its own power, nor will anyone be able to discover a way of escaping his might, because he binds all things on every side. For all things are confined within the omnipotence of the divine judgment, whether the things that are to be kept together fast in order that they may be saved, or the things that are to be cut off in order that they may perish. To no extent, therefore, can anyone escape from God. For he who does not have him pacified will in no way escape him angered. 1