My grace is sufficient FOR YOU, 5

“My grace is sufficient FOR YOU.” – 2 Cor. 12:9 (Emphasis mine).

Every word of this assurance shines: “FOR YOU”

The Lord’s grace is sufficient for each of His redeemed children.

My grace is SUFFICIENT for you, 4

“My grace is SUFFICIENT for you.” – 2 Cor. 12:9 (Emphasis mine).

Every word of this assurance shines: “SUFFICIENT

Sufficient” expands and amplifies with the measure of the need. No necessity is too small and none too big as to go beyond the capacity of the blessing here promised.

My grace IS sufficient for you, 3

“My grace IS sufficient for you.” – 2 Cor. 12:9 (Emphasis mine).

Every word of this assurance shines: “IS”

IS is present tense. Christ is always speaking personally to the one in need, and saying, right now “My grace IS sufficient for you.”

My GRACE is sufficient for you, 2

“My GRACE is sufficient for you.” – 2 Cor. 12:9 (Emphasis mine).

Every word of this assurance shines: “GRACE”

Grace is undeserved favor. We are unworthy for we are sinners. Christ bestows His grace not because of our goodness, but because of His.

My grace is sufficient for you

My grace is sufficient for you.” -2 Cor. 12:9

Every word of this assurance shines:

My grace is sufficient for you.”

It is Christ’s grace that is sufficient. It is His power to give.

My grace is sufficient for you.”

Grace is undeserved favor, goodness shown to the unworthy. We deserve nothing, for we are sinners.

“My grace is sufficient for you.”

IS is present tense. Christ is always speaking personally to the one who is in any need.

“My grace is sufficient for you.”

The word “sufficient” is one whose meaning expands and amplifies with the measure of the need. No necessity is so small as not to be included; and none is so great as to go beyond the capacity of the blessing that is promised.

My grace is sufficient for you.”

The grace is sufficient for each of His redeemed children.