Before we finish, I want to take you back to the words of Joseph. Joseph said, “God sent me before you to preserve life…God sent me before you to preserve for you a remnant on earth, and to keep alive for you many survivors. So it was not you who sent me here, but God.” All the pain, suffering, and betrayal that Joseph went through was according to God’s plan. Joseph was not complaining. He was not shaking his fist at God and saying, “Why me!” He knew, from the beginning, that God was directing his paths. He had the spiritual eyes to see that God was intending to use the horrible things in his life to bring about the salvation of his family. It was enough. For Jacob, who went through many trials and had many fears the goodness and blessing of God was enough. The question for you today is: Is Jesus enough? Can you say with E. E. Hewitt, “It is enough that Jesus died, and that he died for me”? Is it enough for you that Jesus saves? Do you know that a sinful soul, not a self-righteous soul, a sinful soul he will never cast out? If you know that then go to him. Find that he will end your fear and doubt. Jesus heals the sick. He came to save the lost. He shed his blood and gave his life. Did he do that for you? For those of us that have found that Jesus is our resting place, the question is: Is Jesus enough? Is salvation in the name of Jesus enough? Is salvation through the blood of Jesus enough? Or are you seeking something else to save you? There is no one or no thing other than Jesus and his blood that can save you. Are you seeking something else to make you happy? Are you seeking something else to satisfy the longings of your soul? Nothing else will be enough. It will only leave you lacking. Is the written word of God enough? Do you think in such a way that you have added or subtracted from the word of God? Do you follow the commands of God? Or are you the authority of your life? Are you the judge of what is right and wrong? May God help us to say to Jesus, “It is enough.”