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The Sufficiency of God

By   •   November 28   •   Topics:

Praying hands on an open bible

In God’s economy, you must go down into the valley of grief before you can scale the heights of spiritual glory. You must become tired and weary of living alone before you seek and find the fellowship of Christ. You must come to the end of “self” before you can begin to live. The happiest day of my life was when I realized that my own ability, my own goodness, and my own morality were insufficient in the sight of God. I am not exaggerating when I say that my mourning was turned to joy, and my sighing into singing. Happy are they that mourn for the inadequacy of self, for they shall be comforted with the sufficiency of God.

Prayer for the day

Almighty God, You have given me real life through Jesus Christ. My soul praises You.

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26 Comments

  1. Valeria Gatti says:

    Your message is a great comfort and encouragement for me Mr. Graham. It speaks of my life. It speaks of now. May God bless you always for the great servant of the lord that you are. We hear so many bad news and scandals about so many preachers but never anything about you. That is really something.

  2. REBECCA SARAH says:

    Nothing can separate us from the love of GOD, 4 as long as we remain in the presence nothing can hinder us “the fire” is not ment to burn us…thank you LORD

  3. sampathbezzam says:

    I m benefitted through ur messages

  4. Margareta Cronholm says:

    Thank you Mr. Graham. How I like your words about God’s sufficiency. Yes praise Him for His love deeper than we can understand.

  5. Linda Watson says:

    I sometimes forget the sufficiency of God.