God is Enough


“You’re not good enough.” “You’re not smart enough.” “You’re not strong enough.”

These are the words we tell ourselves. Sometimes, they are the words that we get told. They are the words which remind us of the everpresent truth of our humanness.

We fail. We mess up. And we surely fall short in our relationship with God.

But the good news is this: God is enough. His promises are perfect and His plans never fail.

“This God — how perfect are His deeds!
How dependable His words!
His is like a shield for all who seek His protection.
The LORD alone is God; God alone is our defence.” – Psalm 18: 30-31

How encouraging is it to know that we have a God who is forever perfect! When we fail, He picks us back up. When we forget the meaning of love, He shows us that His love is unconditional. And when we forget our worth, His reminds us of the truth.

My challenge for you this week is to focus on the perfection of God in the midst of our failures. When you feel like you aren’t measuring up to the standards in life, remember that He is enough.


6 thoughts on “God is Enough

  1. lydiatheballerinist February 17, 2018 / 9:08 pm

    This is such a powerful message. I agree, sometimes we can get caught up in what other people think about us and what the world tells us, but we just need to step back and remind ourselves that God is enough. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful message ~ it’s just what I needed to hear!
    Lydia <3

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  2. Masami February 18, 2018 / 8:10 am

    Love this so much! Especially this part: “focus on the perfection of God in the midst of our failures”. xx

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  3. HighHopes February 19, 2018 / 1:14 pm

    Such a lovely post, this is something I often struggle with so this was so encouraging to read. Thank you ❤️

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