Christ is enough

Singing, “Christ is enough for me” this afternoon as I think about the unmet wants and desires that I seemingly am reminded of in unsuspecting conversations. Believing is half the battle as I think about the truth in those words. Satisfaction in Him can truthfully, sometimes be an up hill battle when our desires seem to be stronger than the satiety of His love and sovereignty in our lives.

So whether it be desiring a significant other, a child, a better career, a better car, more clothes etc… Know this, that we may always want and desire more but Christ is always enough in every season.

Now there is great gain in godliness with contentment… (1 Timothy 6:6 ESV)

Not that I am speaking of being in need, for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. I know how to be brought low, and I know how to abound. In any and every circumstance, I have learned the secret of facing plenty and hunger, abundance and need. I can do all things through him who strengthens me. (Philippians 4:11-13 ESV)

If Paul got it, we too can get it…

Blessings to you
Anchored in Zion
R Jael



Recently, a conversation alluded to an individual being limited to what they can and should do because of their course of study. Well. One thing I know is this, God is neither limited nor intimidated by our knowledge or lack thereof. God will qualify the willing to do His will. And that’s all there is to it. There as been a reoccurring revelation that God is not limited to my abilities, gifts or talents, in fact He “starts at impossible”-Christine Caine.

God is the author of your purpose, not well meaning opinions. Though in the multitude of counsel there is success, your counsel should be in tune with the word and will of God.

Blessings to you
Anchored in Zion
Renee Jael

Learning more and more that it’s willingness that qualifies me not qualifications or status.

“It’s not how much I have to give but what I’ve made available for God to use.” – Christine Caine

Let that challenge you…

In Christ alone
Anchored in Zion
R Jael

And it dawned on me..

The moment you see yourself as God sees you, strengthens you and blessed you. How do I know?

Let’s just say I have a recent experience. Small revelation, big impact.

His opinion is the only one that matters when it comes to following the vision He gave you. Of course, there is success in godly counsel but our first and final word should come from Him. Validated only by Him. 

I’m strengthened to live another day, creatively and complety dependent upon Him. My “Victorious Savior”.

My challenge to you today is to ask God to show you how He thinks of you. I assure you, it will wreck every other lie you’ve believed.

Anchored in Zion
R Jael

No secret

I think sometimes we tend to think God does not want us to know the next step or His will. Not necessarily by what we say but by what we think and do.


Today I was reminded by a dear friend of that very fact. His will is no secret. It’s written in His word His desires for us. Sometimes the details can get in the way: where, when, how, who… Are questions that I have been asking. You see, I’m going to choose not to be overly concerned about all the details, but simply ask for the next step. No mind knows His thoughts but we can discern His will as we seek Him.
Jeremiah 29:11-13. Seek Him with all your heart. He won’t play hide and seek but He will gladly draw near to you as you draw near to Him (James 4:8)

Psalms 78:72 [ESV]

With upright heart he shepherded them and guided them with his skillful hand.

My challenge to you today: ask Him for the next step. And walk boldly.

Blessings and love to you
Anchored in Zion