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The God Nature

Many times it feels like there is never enough for everyone. Be it opportunity,
time, resource, land, peace, love …
The struggles, silent though they may be, spring from the above list. We celebrate
each other less when one gets an opportunity because then it feels like there is
one opportunity less for us to take from.

The strife, competition, burnout, whether in our Christian walk or even in the
professional arena, is not only unhealthy, but it is very much not of The God
Nature. Need I add that school (sadly) taught that things such as competition or
(healthy competition) was a good thing.

You have probably heard many say, “it’s a dog eat dog world”, or ha-ha, listen to
this, “it’s a world of sharks, you bleed, you get eaten”, are these not sayings of the
fallen nature?

"Everyone who drinks of this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks of
the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again. The water that I will
give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life." John

Life has been quite a tall order for many, mainly because many have drunk from
wells that only make them thirst again, make them thirst more – insatiably. It is
of a fallen nature, it is contrary to our nature, and it is a home of aliens not Sons.

Our Study of Sufficiency in our grand pursuit of The God Nature seeks to
refocus, realign us to God as our source, from whom we draw then live out unto
others. All other ground has been sinking sand so far…

Below are a few study objectives:


• To wake the team to the reality and sufficiency in God, as is written in
Psalms 16:2 “I say to God, “Be my Lord! Without you, nothing makes
sense.” Msg and Psalms 16:5 …The LORD himself is my inheritance…
• To charge members to turn to the Father’s all sufficient Love as our
source, as our refuge, as our fuel to appropriating, exhibiting and living
the reality of HIS love and nature to all. That we may not walk, talk and
act in FEAR but in Love as is written in 1 Jn. 4:17-18
• To start off the team on a journey to discover their sufficiency hidden in
God, and what this means for our daily lives, making us solutions from
God to the earth, and not simply opportunistic travellers.
• To bring rest to the prodigal weary soul, searching for meaning, searching
for impact, searching for purpose –in all the wrong places.