Jesus Is Enough

Jesus Is Enough

When did we as a people decide that Jesus Christ of Nazareth was not enough to draw in the crowds? When did we decide that our churches, conferences, and retreats needed to be a performance, a show with dimmed lights and fog machines in an attempt to usher in the Spirit of the Lord? When did we decide that the leaders behind the pulpits and propped up on platforms should be idolized? When did we determine that the easy road of wickedness was better than the narrow road of righteousness? As much as it grieves me, I cannot answer the question of when, but I have a pretty good indication of why.

We got lazy and stopped reading the Word of God for ourselves; therefore, many do not have the truth written on their heart and lack discernment or the knowledge of the real Jesus of the Bible, who was all love but also flipped tables and fashioned a whip. We stopped looking at the King of Kings and focused our gaze upon man. We believed the lie that prophets should only speak of prosperity and of what God can do for man instead of the other way around. We stopped fearing the Lord.

If we really want the world changed by repentance, we must repent ourselves and start choosing to preach uncompromised truth. If we're going to see people set free, we must start doing deliverance in the church. If we want to see real change, it begins in our own homes and hearts.

We have got to set the bar higher by allowing the life of Jesus to be the model we strive for. We start by loving one another, feeding and clothing the poor, speaking the truth, and walking in miracles, signs, and wonders. Maybe then we will not have to depend on the worship team to set the mood, nor will we need a fancy show using emotional manipulation of witchcraft and divination, which is a cheap substitute for the real movement of the Holy Spirit. Jesus is enough!
Kayla Osborn
April 15, 2024

Then Jesus said to His disciples, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.  For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it.  For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?
Matthew 16:24-26 NKJV‬
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