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3.95  ·  Rating Details ·  64 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
What is our motivation for serving Jesus? Is it so that we might have good health and be wealthy? Galatians 1 tells us that the wealth and health prosperity gospel is no gospel at all! However what we can find is fullness in Christ and in him we find that indeed God is enough for us! This easy to read book addresses key themes that span global cultures. It counters the ...more
Paperback, 78 pages
Published January 20th 2015 by Christian Focus Publications (first published July 1st 2011)
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Feb 28, 2016 Whitney rated it it was amazing
Incredibly encouraging.
Nov 07, 2011 Shaun rated it liked it
The old adage of he who dies with the most toys wins is a mantra that seems to be growing stronger and stronger in today's culture. Many people are filled with a general unhappiness and dissatisfaction that they try to overcome by filling their lives with more possessions, activities, entertainment, and the like. The problem for many of us is that we never are quite happy. After all, how much is actually enough? What will it take to make you or me truly happy. These are questions we should ...more
Nov 14, 2011 Elaine rated it it was amazing
Enough is a thorough but concise look at how in our every day lives, through joys and trials as Christains we need to see that indeed fullness in Christ really is enough. An excellent read which isn’t time consuming, this work would make for an excellent gift or addition to the church book table.

Dr Roseveare illustrates again from her own experience that wether it’s our Salvation, Assurance, happiness or contentment Christ shall fill all our needs and He will be enough. One of the most striking
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May 23, 2016 Lance Towers rated it it was ok
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This book has whet my appetite for the fuller story of Dr. Helen Roseveare's life as told in Give Me This Mountain and He Gave Us a Valley. They have been on a to-read list in my mind for years and have now moved up in priority. "Enough" is only a supplement to her autobiographical works, which I will soon find time to read.
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Jan 05, 2015 Leslie Godwin rated it it was amazing
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As a woman of God, I love love love Helen Roseveare. This book is both an encouragement and a tool of righteous rebuke based on sin she has seen in her own life. She doesn't go into extreme detail about the circumstances of her stories but instead allows the stories to be about God's immeasurable sufficiency. I like what one reader said about this little book making a good devotional.
May 28, 2013 Malia rated it liked it
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This tiny book is by a missionary who endured severe suffering. Helen Roseveare shares spiritual challenges she faced but doesn't explain the circumstances surrounding those it helped me to read more about her life (in other texts by her and others) while reading this book.
Catherine Campbell
Apr 26, 2012 Catherine Campbell rated it really liked it
This a thought provoking little book of 78 pages, that is great for devotional reading. Helen draws on her own personal experience to encourage her readers towards the truth that God is enough for every situation
Feb 23, 2016 Ms.Kim rated it it was amazing
Do not be fooled by the size of this 78-page book. It is more than "enough" (sorry, couldn't help it!) to minister to your soul. Roseveare uses her own experiences on the mission field, and through many personal ups and downs to testify to the sufficiency of Christ.
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Aug 21, 2013 Alison Wilhelmsson rated it it was amazing
Very encouraging book, will aim to read this once a month. A great reminder of the sufficiency of our Lord God.
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Feb 09, 2014 Iain Hamill rated it liked it
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2 Cor 3:5 "Our sufficiency is from God" is the clear message of this semi-autobiographical little book.
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Dr. Helen Roseveare was born in Hailebury, Herts, England in 1925. She became a Christian as a medical student in Cambridge University in 1945. She continued to have strong links with the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union and was designated as the "CICCU missionary" during the 1950s and 1960s. She built a combination hospital/ training center in Ibambi in the early 1950s, then relocated ...more
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