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God Of More Than Enough

Brethren, did you know that there were men who refused other men’s help in getting rich? A few of these men were:

  • Abram in Genesis 14:22-24;
  • Elisha in 2 Kings 5:15-16;
  • Peter in Acts 8:20;
  • Daniel in Daniel 5:17;
  • David in 1 Chronicles 21:24

These men and others I haven’t mentioned here , believed that God would make them rich in accordance with Deuteronomy 32:13-15 and Deuteronomy 8:18.

But there were other men who expected men to make them rich, people like:

These men forgot that by your own strength, you could prevail according to 1 Samuel 2:9.

Most of us are stuck somewhere in the land of enough, so where are you stuck? Do you feel like you are stuck? Have you done your best to free yourself? Do you need God’s or men’s help? We shall address this and other concerns here.

What Land Are You Living In ‘The Land Of Enough’?

To clearly illustrate the three types of ‘lands of enough’, I will use the nation of Israel as they went from slavery to the promised land of freedom.

We see that when the Israelites were in captivity in Egypt, they were given just enough food and clothes to survive (Deuteronomy 15:15; Numbers 11:4-5; Exodus 3:21-22). So, this is the case with most of us because we don’t even have enough food to eat and clothes to wear and we end up relying on donations and little handouts from friends and relatives to survive. We could easily say that we are at the mercy of others just as the children of Israelites depended on their masters.

  • The Land of “Just Enough.” “(The Wilderness/Mountain Valley Experience) 

Yes, we do see that the Lord delivered the children of Israel from slavery but because of their unbelief they wandered in the wilderness for years according to Deuteronomy 2:3. Although they didn’t believe in the Lord, he still loved them and provided them with enough food (manna), their clothes didn’t wear out (Deuteronomy 8:4), and when they were sick he healed them.

Everything the Lord did for them was temporal and it didn’t last, hence they didn’t have any leftovers or overflows. We can say that they were not progressing. Most of us have Jobs that only provide us with Just enough to live by until the next month. No savings or investments to show for our hard work.

  • The Land of “More Than Enough.” (Promised land/Spiritual Canaan Experience) 

Most of the time we get used to living a life of “Less Than Enough.” or “Just Enough.” And we do not know anything else. So, when people are speaking of “More Than Enough.” We can’t envision it and we end up missing God’s ultimate goal which is to prosper us as is written in Jeremiah 29:11 and Numbers 13:27. It’s not the job or business that brings this overflow, but it is God who gives us that power to get wealth and eat it there off (Deuteronomy 8:18).

Up to now have you thought of where you might be among these three states? I encourage you to seek the kingdom of God first and he will lead you to where you are supposed to be , so remember God has the power to lift you from where you are now and seat you with the nobles of our times (Psalm 113:7-8). After all our God is a God of more than enough.

More than enough
But with god we can have More than enough of thing that do matter

What Is The Meaning Of El Shaddai?

In Hebrew “El” is a generic word for “God.” For instance, El Shaddai” means “God Almighty” or “The All-Sufficient God.” El Shaddai is the God of “more than enough.” “Enough” here means God who can help us meet our needs. “More than enough” is having extra left over to meet the needs of others. “El Shaddai” appears in Genesis 17:1 NLT; Gen. 28:3 NLT; Gen. 43:14 NLT; Exodus 6:3 NLT.

Psalms 50:10 Our God owns it all and he is willing to give us anything we ask (Matthew 7:7). All we have to do is just ask the correct way in prayer (James 5).

Every time God gives you something it means it’s more than enough, look at the obvious things like rain, sun, air, etc these things and many others God gave us as more than enough and we can’t finish for each other. For instance, one person can’t breathe all the oxygen in the world, No one can use all the water in the sea. So, you can see that everything God gives us is more than enough and we can only determine what proportion we need.

Remember Exodus 16:13-16, “That evening quail came and covered the camp, and in the morning there was a layer of dew around the camp. When the dew was gone, thin flakes like frost on the ground appeared on the desert floor. When the Israelites saw it, they said to each other, “What is it?” For they did not know what it was. Moses said to them, “It is the bread the LORD has given you to eat.

This is what the LORD has commanded: ‘Everyone is to gather as much as they need. Take an omer for each person you have in your tent.’” The Israelites did as they were told; some gathered much, some little. And when they measured it by the omer, the one who gathered much did not have too much, and the one who gathered little did not have too little. Everyone had gathered just as much as they needed.

From this passage, we learn that our God is a God of more than enough and he is willing to supply all our needs according to his riches in glory (Philippians 4:19). So don’t ask from a point of lack but from a point of abundance as your father in heaven is rich.

Our God is not like the devil who owns nothing except what he has stolen (John 10:10) but pretends to own everything as we read in Matthew 4:8-9, Then the Devil took him up to a high place and showed him in a second all the kingdoms of the world. “I will give you all this power and all this wealth,” the Devil told him. “It has all been handed over to me, and I can give it to anyone I choose. All this will be yours, then, if you worship me.” Jesus answered, “The scripture says, ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve only him!’”

Did you know that some of the promises God has promised you are beyond your ability and resources? We can only hope that when we do our part the Lord will do the rest. So, we need to surrender, obey and be faithful to God’s leading in our lives. We read in Deuteronomy 28:2, “And all these blessings shall come upon and overtake you because you obey the voice of the Lord your God.” Even God tells us to test him, in Malachi 3:10, “…Test me in this,” says the LORD Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.“

Remember even when things seem impossible never forget that our God is a God of impossibilities (Luke 1:37). For instance, we see in the book of Luke 9:10-17 that it was almost impossible for 5000 people to be fed with five loaves of bread and two fish but Jesus did it and the people had more than enough to eat and there were twelve full baskets of leftovers. As the food was being distributed, God miraculously multiplied what they had.

Did you know that most of us when we pray we do not expect to get an answer at all and if we get an answer we are ok with just enough to get by or just survive? No wonder God shows up as a God of more than enough to teach you a lesson for doubting Him. For instance, let us look at the case of the children of Israel in the wilderness, they were tired of eating manna, and they wanted Moses to give them meat for a change (Numbers 11: verses 4 to 6 and 13 to 14).

.Just as Moses had many questions as to how, where, and even when this meat will come from. Most of us have the same questions (Numbers 11: 21 to 22). God is reminding us that there is no limit to His power in Numbers 11:23.

How Does God Answer As A God Of More Than Enough?

We need to understand how God answers us so that we don’t miss each other. I will use a bible passage to explain myself. We read in the book of Numbers 11:31, that “The Lord sent a wind from the sea that brought quails and dropped them all around the camp. There were quails on the ground about three feet deep as far as you could walk in a day in any direction.”

Lessons We Can Learn From Numbers 11:31

Here Wind – represents “The Holy Spirit.” We know very well that when the Holy Spirit shows up supernatural things happen for instance during the day of Pentecost (Acts1:8).

The wind located the quails (your need). The Holy Spirit searches all things (1 Corinthians 2:12). He knows where what I want can be found. For the Israelites it was meat, and the meat was at the sea.

This Wind brought the quails (the means to bring the need). When the Holy Spirit is involved things and even helpers come to you without struggling.

Quails were all over the camp. When it is the work of the Holy Spirit you will end up with more than enough situations.

The quails were up to about “three feet above the ground.” God’s provision was prominent – it could be seen by everyone.

The quails stretched as far as one day’s journey all around the camp in every direction that they could turn to. They wanted one day’s supply but God almighty gave them what was more than enough for one full month.

We see that in the Book of 2 Corinthians 9:8, “And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work.” For instance, we see that: In the Book of 2 Kings 4:1-7, When Elisha supplied the need of the widow in debt, the debt was cleared and there was more than enough left for the family.

Also, we see that in the Book of 1 Kings 17:1-16, When Elijah received the last meal of the widow of Zarephath, the woman had more than enough throughout the three and half years of famine.

What then is your need currently? What is the debt that needs to be cleared? What is the challenge that needs to be addressed? There is more than enough available. Only believe, and you will see the glory of the Lord. God of more than enough never disappoints.

Pastor Nathaniel.

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