The more I live and the more I grow in my relationship with Christ, the more I realize God’s sufficiency and my deficiency.
I’m coming to the place in my life where, although I haven’t quite gotten to the point of practicing it perfectly, I’m beginning to realize that my life is not my own.
It’s easy for us to say that we believe that, but it’s much different when God begins to teach us that fact.
As long as you and I have life’s necessities of food, water, and breath, the rest is really not good for much.
I’m not saying that I’m ready to live on the streets for Jesus or anything, but I am saying that I’m beginning to realize that, if I had to, it would still be plenty fair.
It’s a spiritual journey to come to this place in my life.
I’m not there yet, but God is slowly teaching me that…
He has given us all so much more than we’ve ever earned or deserved.
I hope I’m getting closer every day to the point of being willing and ready to give it all back for Him and for His glory.