Sufficient

Grace. Grace. Grace.


One simple word to perfectly sum up our lives:


By grace we have everything we will ever require.

By grace our hearts beat and our lungs breathe, both supplying us life.

By grace we approach God’s throne with confidence.

By grace we receive forgiveness for our sin through the sacrifice of Christ.

By grace we start afresh each morning, washed clean from the previous day.

By grace we are the hands and feet of Jesus, serving those in need.

By grace we are the healing balm of the Savior, speaking words of hope and comfort to the downhearted.

By grace we are instruments in the Kingdom of Heaven, representing the King on earth.

By grace we hold our tongues from speaking words of harshness.

By grace we turn from our selfish motives and pursue selfless acts of kindness.

By grace we seek unity, love, and understanding despite our differences.

By grace we live in peace, and by grace we share peace.

By grace we abound in joy, and by grace we spread joy.

By grace we walk in faith, and by grace we lead others to find faith.

By grace we are victorious over life and death.

By grace we are strong, knowing that God walks with us through the valleys.

By grace we sing praise from the mountaintops.

By grace we worship at the Lord’s feet.


Grace, a word that surrounds us, fills us, leads us, and lifts us.

God’s grace is sufficient for all that we need. Amen.


2 Corinthians 12:9, “But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore, I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.”

This picture was taken at Ein Gedi Nature Reserve in Israel. This is where David sought refuge from the deadly pursuit of King Saul. God's grace was sufficient to meet David's needs here and to revive his body and replenish his soul.

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