Devotional | Glenda Durano

I sensed the Lord giving me a new direction. “I can’t do that, God. I’m not smart enough,” I argued.

I recited my burgeoning list of flaws to the Lord. “I don’t have enough talent. I don’t have enough time.”

When we argue with God, we highlight our shortcomings, hoping God will agree that our limitations are greater than His power. But He never will.

You may not have what it takes, but God does. God uses imperfect vessels who are never enough so His power will be seen, not ours. That’s why the Apostle Paul wrote, “For Christ’s sake, I delight in my weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:10).

You were never intended to be enough. Surrender to God, and allow His power to permeate your purpose. He is always more than enough.