sufficiency.

–noun
1. the state or fact of being sufficient; adequacy.
2. a sufficient number or amount; enough.
3. adequate provision or supply, esp. of wealth.

While I was driving to my in-laws yesterday, this phrase crossed my thoughts: God’s grace is sufficient. I’ve heard that a lot in Christian circles.

But so many times, Christians say things – true things, but lofty things – and others (like me) nod, but sometimes I don’t really get it.

So I looked it up. What does sufficiency really mean?

God’s grace is enough. God’s grace is an adequate provision. It is wealth.

If that is the case (and it is), then it is all that I need.

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