The Sufficiency of God

A new year brings the excitement of opportunities and the challenge of the unknown. As we walk forward, may we remember – always – that GOD IS ENOUGH!

 When all things pass away
 When all is said and done
 I will know that my God is still enough
 Whatever may come.
  
 He’s enough when I face my highest mountain.
 He’s enough when I walk through valleys dim.
 He’s enough when my heart is broken - 
 I can rest my life in Him.
  
 He’s enough in my disappointments
 When each day seems a prison of pain.
 He’s enough when the sun grows brighter;
 He’s enough in the pouring rain.
  
 All my life I have searched for purpose.
 All my days have been spent in pursuit.
 Now I know that the Goal is Him.
 God’s enough! He’s enough! It is true!
  
 He’s enough when my dearest friendships
 Fade away like the twilight dim,
 And He’s still enough when the morning light
 Awakens my heart again.
  
 He’s enough when my fiercest battle
tosses me scarred and torn.
 He’s enough when the strain of this life
 leaves my poor heart worn.
  
 He’s enough when I’m on my knees in prayer;
 He’s enough when I rise to stand.
 His great grace is my sword and shield;
 He holds Me with His mighty hand.
  
 I will rejoice in my all-sufficient Savior
 proclaiming His mighty love.
 For I know though battle roars
 My God Is Enough!
  
 When all things pass away
 When all is said and done
 I will know that my God is still enough
 Whatever may come. 

II Corinthians 3:5 Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; but our sufficiency is of God;

II Corinthians 12:9 And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.

Photo – Branches, Leslie Moon

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