You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

by Allie Beth Stuckey     |     Book Summary


Author: Allie Beth Stuckey
Publisher: Sentinel
Date: 2020
Pages: 224

Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne


‘You are enough.’ That seems to be the mantra of our day. The culture of self-love is toxic and has been pervasive even in Christian circles. So many women are looking to worldly sources, their inner selves, or unbiblical personality tests to try to find joy and peace in their lives. They have no standard for objective truth. They believe the lies that they have everything they need inside themselves to find their purpose and meaning; that if they would just love themselves more they would be happy.

These promises of self-fulfillment are never realized, and people are generally more miserable today than ever. We spend so much energy focusing on ourselves and what we think will make us happy, but it is all in vain. Only God can fulfill those inner longings that are meant to drive us toward Himself. We are not enough, but He is, and we can’t do anything without Him.





You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

by Allie Beth Stuckey

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Author Allie Beth Stuckey
Publisher Sentinel
Date 2020
Pages 224


Overview:

‘You are enough.’ That seems to be the mantra of our day. The culture of self-love is toxic and has been pervasive even in Christian circles. So many women are looking to worldly sources, their inner selves, or unbiblical personality tests to try to find joy and peace in their lives. They have no standard for objective truth. They believe the lies that they have everything they need inside themselves to find their purpose and meaning; that if they would just love themselves more they would be happy.

These promises of self-fulfillment are never realized, and people are generally more miserable today than ever. We spend so much energy focusing on ourselves and what we think will make us happy, but it is all in vain. Only God can fulfill those inner longings that are meant to drive us toward Himself. We are not enough, but He is, and we can’t do anything without Him.