For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith — and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God (Ephesians 2:8)
How amazing is the grace of God! That we, though condemned, can live again through Christ Jesus.
God’s grace is the gift that keeps on giving. When we accept Jesus as our savior, He redeems us from death, sickness, poverty, stress, confusion, sorrow, and all other curses that resulted from our fall.
He selflessly sacrificed Himself that we may live, and live abundantly.
All these have been purchased for us through Jesus’ blood. All we have to do is to receive them through faith.
What a beautiful promise! What an amazing gift!
Grace, the underserved, unmerited favor of God, without which, we’d never have a chance to be redeemed.
For if it depended on us being worthy of salvation through our own works, we’ll never make it.
Yet, Jesus loved us so much that He was willing to die on our behalfs, that through faith, we may also rise and live through Him.
The sacrifice has been made. The work has been completed. The gift of Grace has been given.
Will you receive it?
Be Greatly Blessed!
The beauty of God’s grace lies in the fact that it’s not dependant on us. For we are fallible creatures.
But God never fails. All that He sets out to do, He accomplishes. Therein lies our foundation of faith – the finished work of Jesus.
It’s done. Completed. Finished.
Remember what Jesus did for us, what He has given us through His sacrifice.
Receive the promises of God through faith.
Do not let Jesus’ sacrifice go to waste.
Father, teach me to receive from you.
For it’s not through my works, but by your grace that I’m saved.
Show me your ways, help me to know you better, that my faith may grow.
I’ll receive all your promises today. I’ll receive the full measure of the grace you’ve gifted me through Jesus Christ.
I claim my salvation, resurrection, health, abundance, security for me and my loved ones. I claim all the blessings that you’ve given to me through Jesus’ finished work.
I’ll not let His sacrifice go to waste.
So teach me Lord, teach me to receive all your promises and have them manifest in my life, so all may see that you alone are the Almighty God.
In Jesus’ Mighty Name,
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