Am I Enough?
One of these days my life will be perfect. I will be rich enough, energetic enough, thin enough. If I were just a little bit “more” life would be great. There are days that I feel every finger is pointed at me, every wrong is blamed on me and every laugh is directed at me. Not wanted, undesirable, unaccepted, unworthy.
I am not “enough”.
How does one start being “enough”?
Does being “enough” mean that you have worked more, exercised and dieted more, collected more possessions to earn your way to the title of “enough”?
Is there a goal you could set for yourself that when achieved would truly convince you that you were “enough”?
There is nothing that can give you the feeling of being “enough” on this earth.
That is something that only God can give you.
Remember who You are in Christ, He makes it quite clear…..YOU ARE ENOUGH.
Being “enough” is not something you can buy or work overtime to earn. You are a child of God, simply for that reason, YOU ARE ENOUGH.
“There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” Rom. 8:1
“Not Guilty, you are now free to live as the person God created you to be!
“To the praise of His glorious grace, which He has freely given us in the one He loves” Eph 1:6
God has accepted us, unconditionally, wholly and completely now that we belong to His son.
And finally, who are we to argue with what God says about you, His creation?
14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Psalm 139:14
“So God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female, He created them.” Genesis 1:27
God respects and loves us. He made us fearfully and wonderfully. We are reflections of God’s glory. We can reflect His character in all we do.
You are “enough” because you were created in God’s image, not because of anything you own, anything you have done, and certainly not because of your physical appearance.
As long as you believe what God says is true, no one will be able to convince you ever again, that you are not enough.
You are “enough” , quit living your life making up for the feeling that you are not .
Quit the exhaustive and obsessive self improvement projects. Quit trying harder than comes naturally to you, quit exhausting yourself in your pursuit of “enough”.
Your life holds meaning because God loves you and you are His child. He created you to be more than “enough”.
God created you for victory.
Are you living in victory?
……………and so I ride