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"My Grace Is Sufficient For You" - 2 Corinthians 12:9
2 Corinthians 12:9 NIV
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Awareness of your weakness concerning sin is not the end of the road. On the contrary! Do you know where to turn for strength? He can have compassion on those who are ignorant and going astray, since he himself is also beset by weakness. If Jesus was to be our High Priest , He had to be taken from among men. To commit sin is to transgress or disobey these laws.
The power of Christ in us is perfected in our weakness. Here we see another great paradox of the kingdom of God. Most Bible scholars believe the "weakness" Paul spoke of was a physical affliction of some kind—"a thorn in the flesh. We all have these thorns, these weaknesses we cannot escape. In addition to physical ailments, we share a major spiritual dilemma. We are human, and living the Christian life takes more than human strength. It takes the power of God.
He asked how it could be that even David's flesh could long for God? In Galations , Paul writes, "For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other: so that ye cannot do the things that ye would". As Christians, we fight this battle every day. So how was it that David said that even his flesh longed for God? When that question was presented to me from the pulpit, I knew the answer. David was in a very unique place in life- a place that, thankfully, few people see.
Ponder, for a moment, all the ways God displays his power. He controls the raging, torrential storms and the crippling droughts. He causes pompous, blustery dictators and kings and presidents to rise and fall. Occasionally, he puts the laws of nature in detention and does the miraculous, like when a woman in our church was healed from terminal Stage 4 breast cancer. Throughout scripture, God makes it clear that we should have a healthy fear of the Lord. When Paul begged God to take away his thorn whatever it was , God said this to him:. This is one of those scriptural double take, spew the water in surprise moments.