📖: 1 Corinthians 15:10; 2 Corinthians 12:8-9

Grace is something we receive that we do not deserve. God’s unmerited favour, enabling power and love for us. Grace is a blessing and a gift from God. He offers us His grace and mercy through the death of our Lord Jesus Christ and by His grace we are saved through faith.

Grace is mentioned about 170 times from the time of Noah (Genesis 6:8) to the gospel of Jesus. We all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:20-24). The opportunity for our salvation through Jesus Christ is God’s gift of grace to us. Jesus Christ reconciled us to God through His death and shedding of His blood on the cross (John 3:16). Sometimes, we encounter problems in life and are overwhelmed by the circumstances or situation we face. The Bible says “the Lord make his face to shine upon you and gracious to you” (Numbers 6:25). Therefore, we are not powerless because Jesus’ strength and grace to cope is sufficient for us (2 Corinthians 12:8-9).

As God’s children, God is able to make all grace abound to us (2 Corinthians 9:8). He has given us His Son as a sacrifice to die for our sins so we can be saved (John. 3:16). But His grace has a time period. God gives us a period to be redeemed from our sins, during a time only He knows He beckons us and if we are still in sin, then we suffer the consequences. It is up to us to not take the grace of God for guaranteed. It is up to us to fix our eyes on Jesus Christ, whose grace is sufficient for us. Stay connected. Have a blessed week. Shalom!!!


🙏 O Lord, let Your grace speak for me, in the name of Jesus.

🙏 O Lord, let Your grace launch me into my destiny, in the name of Jesus.

🙏 My Father, let Your grace lift me up, in the name of Jesus.

🙏 Father, give me the grace to witness and testify about Your goodness to me, in the name of Jesus.

🙏 My Father, I ask for the grace and by faith, I receive it, in the name of Jesus.


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