Life can be hardLife can be hard, really hard. 

Trouble and affliction abound to chop at the roots of any illusion of strength or power we may carry. If we’re honest, when we’re in the middle of a trial the temptation to dwell on our surroundings can lead to a self-perpetuating pity party. At our lowest point we may consider giving up.

But when we dump our weary selves at our Father’s feet, He reaches down and cradles us in His grace. The love of the Son flows through us as the living water promised in John 7:38. And the comfort of the indwelling Spirit calms our fears.

We are rescued . . . not with a partial or part-time rescue. With a complete, full-time rescue. Share on X

On TopThat’s what the little word all means. No aspect of your life is untouched, left hostage to a fallen world or the enemy of your soul. No need goes unmet, aching for fulfillment. God can take care of it all. That’s what all-sufficient means, infinitely able. 

And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work (2 Corinthians 9:8). [emphasis mine]

How has God shown you His all-sufficiency lately?
We want to know.

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