I declare in Jesus’ name, I am enough. I was bought with a very high price and I say, “Yes” to the blood of Jesus in every part of my life because Jesus is enough!


In the light of the demonic globalist agenda, the mess on the news and the uncertainty of how things are going to be in the future as the world sets itself on fire, it’s important for us to remember that Jesus is enough. 

We need to get that in our spirits today. When we could be latching onto despair or fear, we have to say, “It’s OK. I am not un-equipped because I have Jesus and Jesus is enough. I’m not too poor. I’m not too stupid because I have Jesus and he is enough.”

This is something I deal with all the time. Most days the man in the mirror says, “Hey, man. You just don’t have the head to figure this out.” I deal with that all day long, every day. And I have to pray and seek the Lord on it every day because I know that’s not the Father talking. 

Sometimes, it’s the voice of the enemy, but most days it’s the “in-a-me.” Can I tell you something? The Bible says both of those are liars. Satan is called the “father of lies, a thief and a murderer.” What does he want to kill? Your faith in God, your belief in Jesus, and your promise and purpose in the kingdom. If he can do that, he can kill those things in your kids too.

“The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; Who can know it? – Jeremiah 17:9

And that man in the mirror—that voice in your head that spouts the negative narrative? He is a liar as well. There’s no negative narrative with the Father, the Holy Spirit or with Jesus. Why? Because Jesus’ blood—his death and resurrection—is enough. It paid for every sin, every shortcoming, every dead end. 

I believe in simple solutions for complicated issues because I have Jesus and Jesus is enough. And I believe I can make just one little bitty tiny move and God makes it look like I’m a genius when really, I’m clueless. I’ve seen him do it in my life and the lives of those around me. So, today my friend, cut off the negative narrative and tell that voice, “I have Jesus and Jesus is enough!”