God Is Sufficient In All Ages For His Children

Text for Today: Ephes. 3:14-20 “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us.” (vs. 20).

The world teaches us to be self-sufficient, self-reliant, self-motivating. But anytime we put self before the Saviour, we are in trouble.

Beloved, I want you to know that, only God is the all sufficient. Let nothing disturb you, nothing frighten you, all things are passing, God is unchanging.

Patience gains all; and nothing is lacking to those who have God, because He alone is sufficient. There are many things you can never get from a man no matter what you do, if you like cry or even shout at him, especially if he has no power to give such things.

It is practically difficult for a man to give what he does not have, except you want him to go and steal. However, I stand here today with all humility and boldness to present to you a man who has nothing He cannot give, in fact He has capacity to give all things you could ever desire in life.

It’s a pity that many people on earth go to wrong places instead of pitching their tents with the Man who is able to meet all needs. Jesus however, teaches us to pray in exactly this way.

He teaches us to ask our heavenly father to give us everything we need, purely out of his own goodness and mercy toward us. (Matt 6:9-14). Unlike customer service representative who may not be able to meet all your needs free of charge, God alone meets our needs perfectly.

Where faith is lacking, he supplies faith. Where health is poor, healing and joy in the Lord makes us rich. He fights our numerous battles even when we are not conscious of such. He is the All Sufficient God.

You are a Champion!

Further Study: Philip. 4:10-20.

Covenant Prayers                          

  • Father, I thank you for the gift of this new day.
  • I reject every spirit of financial embarrassment in my life.
  • Oh Lord, give unto me exceedingly abundantly above all that I ask.
  • Father, let all my disappointments become divine appointments.


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