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Is God Enough?

Is God enough for you?

This is a very important question. One that all Christians need to consider.

Is God enough for you?

Some of you may wonder what I mean by that question. Let me explain.

Is God enough for you?

Is He more important than your friends?
Whatever popularity you may have?
Your money?
Your romantic relationships?
Your family?

Something I've been processing through recently, if I lost all these things, would God still be enough?

Would I still be able to smile knowing God is in control? Would I still be able to find joy through the midst of trials? Would I still rely on God to give me everything I need?

Because, you see, God is always enough. It's just a matter of whether we make Him enough for ourselves.

Are you searching for happiness outside of God? Maybe you are searching for love and belonging inside the confines of a friendship, family, or a relationship. Maybe you're looking for happiness in money or popularity.

Those things will never be enough.

They will eventually fade away. Those friendships may die, the money will get spent, and the crowds will forget you in a couple years.

All these things will not lead you to happiness. That's why it's so important to realize that God needs to be at the center.

He is the only One Who can give you true joy; not happiness, but joy.

When we realize that God is enough for us, we won't be searching for belonging in any of these places. Because we know that nothing compares to knowing Jesus Christ.
"But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ. Yea, doubtless, and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of al things, and do count them but dung, that I may win Christ." ~Philippians 3:7-8 KJV


  1. This was an excellent and thought-provoking post, Ashley! I really enjoyed it. :D

  2. SO much truth here! Christ is beyond enough, and we must believe it instead of chasing after temporary things. :)

    1. Amen Dani! So true and something I have to keep reminding myself as well. Thanks for reading and dropping a comment!

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