El Shaddai by Kenneth E. Hagin
El Shaddai is one of seven covenant names through which God revealed Himself to Israel. In Hebrew, El Shaddai means “the All-Sufficient One,” or “the God who is more than enough.” The translators of the King James Version translated El Shaddai as “Almighty God.” I like that. If He is the All Sufficient One, then He is Almighty: the One who is more than enough. All through the Old Testament, Almighty God revealed and unveiled Himself as the God who is more than enough.