He Is Enough: Living in the Fullness of Jesus

In a world where so much feels out of control, it is important to remember that God is sovereign. It’s not enough to know that God is in control and that he is enough for us. We must live it out.

He is Enough

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I jumped into Asheritah Ciuciu’s new study He is Enough: Living in the Fullness of JesusThis six-week study is a deep dive into the book of Colossians. And when I say a deep dive, I mean taking this book apart in small bitesize chunks that allowed me to connect with what Paul was saying in ways I never have before.

Before the idea of a deep dive scares you, let me reassure you – you can do this study. Ciuciu knows that each day brings with it it’s own time constraints. So she’s built in two different types of study for each day! For the days when you have a smaller amount of time, you can do the “Snack on the Go.” This allows you to connect with the scriptures for the day, ponder what it means and go into your day dwelling on what you’ve learned. 

For the days that you have a longer time to study, you can do those deep dives. Ciuciu asks you to truly engage with the scripture. To do this, she applies the FEAST method – Focus on God, Engage the text, Assess the main idea, Spark transformation, and Turn to God in worship. This allows you to engage with scripture in multiple ways. It was also more helpful to carry the scripture with me throughout the day.

My Thoughts

I can tell Ciuciu did a large amount of research for this study based on the information provided in the introductions and in the questions she asks us to ponder as we look at each days pocket of scripture. I learned a lot from doing the homework and really worshiping God through what I learned. 

He is Enough gives you the freedom to dig into scripture, provides ways to stay on track even on those days when finding quiet space is tough and truly learn to lean into God on the tough days.

I wish that there had been a little more context within the questions for each days homework. Most of the time, I was able to track along with what Ciuciu was asking us to think about. But there were moments in the study where I wasn’t sure what I needed to be focusing on. It could have been because I was using a different translation to study from. But occasionally, the words in my Bible did not line up with the way a question was asked, and I wasn’t able to fully answer the question or dig in as deeply. 

He is enough for us. The full life comes when we live recognizing that God gives us what we need. We have to turn to him in order to get what we feel we are lacking. 


I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This review is my own, honest opinion. 

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