Is Jesus Sufficient? (part 2 of 3)

Here is what I get from The Book regarding Jesus Christ...

His grace is abundant, as is His comfort, and through his abundant grace come abundant faith and love. Through Jesus Christ’s work, the grace of God super-abounds to us all. As sin increases, the grace of God in Christ expands exponentially—like an exploding super nova birthing stars. Hope abounds via the indwelling Christ. 

Jesus Christ does not love me only enough to adequately satisfy my need to be loved. He loves me beyond my ability to comprehend. He loves me more than enough to fill up the infinite capacity of God, which is beyond knowledge. 

He does not want to simply live His life through me and prove Himself adequate for whatever challenges the day might bring. Jesus Christ desires to do exceeding abundantly beyond all that I can ask or even conceive, not according to my inadequate resources, but out of His entire capacity to do the works of God in and through me! 

I do not believe Jesus is interested in being sufficient, simply adequate to the task before Him, any more than I am. I want to triumph, to win, to celebrate an overwhelming victory. He does too! 

Again, the Bible states that Christ leads us in triumph in every place, and gives us victory. And it is in Him that we overcome the world and all that assaults us or would come against us.[1]

[1] Ref. Acts 4:33, 2 Cor. 1:5, 1 Tm. 1:14, Rm. 5:15, 15:13, Eph. 3:19-20, 2 Cor. 2:14, 1 Cor. 15:57, 1 Jn. 5:5