Katherine Johnson - March 19, 2017

I Am More Than Enough

I Am

We sing about it, we rehearse it to ourselves, we encourage others with it: God is enough! We say it so often in our Christian circles that its truth can often fall flat in our ears and fails to transform our souls. Do we really believe that God is more than enough, or do we settle for Him being just enough, almost enough, or perhaps not quite enough? In the passages listed below, Paul appeals that God doesn't merely make up for our deficit, but instead tempts us to be filled with all the fullness of God (Ephesians), towards a righteousness not of our own (Philippians), unto one who is able to do far more abundantly than all we could ask or imagine (Ephesians) and that He is completely sufficient (2 Corinthians). Paul is wooing us into the rich reality of the gospel – that He (really is) more than enough!

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Parents-to-be spend hours (days? weeks? months?) discussing it. It sticks with us for our entire life. It has meaning, significance, maybe even history attached to it. We can love it or hate it. You hear it every day. What is "it"? A name...your name. It identifies you! In Exodus 3:14, God also identifies Himself with a name: I AM ("Tell them I AM has sent me to you.") This Sunday, we will begin a new sermon series: I AM. Over the coming weeks, we'll be looking at some of the many "I Am" statements made by God and Jesus throughout scripture. As we learn more about who God is, we'll learn more about who we are in Christ. A win-win! We are really excited about this sermon series and can't wait to get started this Sunday!

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