Grace and Peace to you!!
He is more than Enough!!
Psalm 91:2 “I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in Him will I trust”. God is more than enough “He is all-sufficient. This means He is your healer, your provider, your victory, your shepherd, your peace, your joy and you’re Lord! You must hold fast to your confidence in order to obtain the victory. You must be patient and know that God is never late, He’s always right on time.
We must believe in our heart and know in our spirit that God is all-sufficient in every area of our lives! Stake your claim by the words of your mouth. Begin saying what you need God to be in your situation. Our Almighty God is more than enough, and He is delighted to meet you at your point of need.
He is perfectly complete within His own being. Sometimes for us this can be a difficult attribute of God to understand, because it is so different from our human understanding of things. It’s different from our human existence, and because it is hard to understand, men have tried to diminish it in any way that they can. We do not like to think about something that can't be put in a box, something that can't be categorized or demonstrated with some mathematical formula. God defies the formulas; He defies the descriptions and we can only understand all of these magnificent things that God reveals about Himself by His Holy Spirit. The Word of God is absolutely clear about the fact that God is completely self-sufficient and self-sustaining. He never has to recharge His batteries and He never has to refuel His engine.
We (humanity) are only partly sufficient. If we don't get nourishment, if we don't get rest, if we don't get to recharge our batteries, we can't keep going. We are only sufficient to the extent that we have outside resources that refuel and replenish the strength that we have, but God is completely sufficient. He never needs to be refueled or recharged. He never needs help from any outside source whatsoever. John 5:26 says “For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself”
In other words, He is self-sustaining. He is self-sufficient. Isaiah 40:28 says “Hast thou not known? hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary…
As we think about the sufficiency of God we see the essence of His sufficiency—what is it that really brings about that power within Him; we see the extent of His sufficiency and we see the extension of His sufficiency to you and me. It is good to know that we have a God Who is self-sustaining, but the wonderful thing is that He extends that sustenance to you and me. He is sufficient to meet our needs, and not only that, He offers and keeps the promise to meet our needs. So the sufficiency of God is something that we have a personal interest in.
The essence of God's sufficiency—that is, the essential reason for it. The essence of God's sufficiency is the fact that He created all things. Additionally, we want to think about the sufficiency of God and the extent of that sufficiency. How far does that sufficiency go? The Bible makes clear that not only did God create all things, but that He sustains all things as well. God not only created all things, but He keeps everything going.
We have said that God is sufficient to have created all things and He is sufficient to keep them going, but the most wonderful truth to me is that He extends this sufficiency to us! The extension of His sufficiency.
You know, the word sufficient has to do with being able to do whatever is necessary. If you have sufficient money, you have enough money, if you have sufficient strength, you have enough strength and if you have sufficient time, you have enough time. We are talking about God's sufficiency, and we have seen some amazing things that God is able to do, and does do on a continual basis. The Word tells us that His sufficiency is aimed directly at you and me.
God is sufficient to take that tough thing that you are going through right now, that disappointing thing, that sad thing, that exciting thing, that challenging thing that you think is beyond your ability, God is able to take that and work it together for good. If you are going through times that are difficult and hard and you think, “Surely there is no way in which this can be good.” God would say, “No, this is not a good thing, but I am sufficient to work it together with other things in your life and the combination of those things will make it good for you”. It will make you more like Christ. He is sufficient to work all things together for good, and He has promised to do that.
Overcomer, Ephesians 3 has one of the greatest benedictions in all the Bible. This benediction fits in perfectly with what we are talking about today, and I think it is a fitting one to conclude with. Ephesians 3:20-21 says “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen".
Be Optimistic; Be Open Minded; Be an Overcomer!!