We talked a lot about a grace deficiency and the remedy, but let’s zero in on the sufficiency of grace. Throughout Paul’s writings, he talks a lot about how sufficient God’s grace is. Even in a difficult time, God reminded him “My grace is sufficient” (2 Corinthians 12:9, ESV). God’s ability and power in Paul was sufficient, more than enough to see Paul through a difficult time.
He mentions later in 2 Corinthians 3:6 that God has made us competent, enabled, and qualified—all aspects of God’s grace at work in him. Timothy said God’s grace increased his faith and love in Christ (1 Timothy 1:14, ESV). God’s grace is practical.
The more we tap into the multiplicity of His grace, the more we will walk in greater joy and victory each day. It’s making His grace practical in our everyday life. It’s walking in His power, not ours. His grace is sufficient—more than what we need each time, and it is never depleted.