Contributed on Jun 1, 2015
The definition of God's grace is very simple: It is God's favor even when we do not deserve it. It's been given through Jesus Christ, we are called to live for Him after we receive it, and then we are to show it to others who need it as well.
Contributed on Jun 7, 2015
Ask yourself these important questions: Am I currently a citizen of the Kingdom? Is my household ruled by love? Is grace the first thing I demonstrate to those around me by example? If the answer is no, we must reevaluate what we call "Lord".
Contributed on Jun 22, 2015
If His grace means anything to us; can we really separate it and His promises? Therefore, why do we worry about the things God has already defined and promised? What is keeping you from experiencing more of His grace?
Contributed on Jun 28, 2015
We are called to show God’s grace because of one simple fact: Even in our own sin and rebellious acts, God STILL loves you and me. The death, burial, AND RESURRECTION of Jesus gives us hope to live and show others who we serve!
Contributed on Jul 7, 2015
Based on what we’ve seen in God’s grace; our motivation ought to be clear: There is richness in God’s Grace; There is independence in God’s Grace; and There is real freedom found in God’s Grace. Will we share what we have with others in need?
Contributed on Jul 21, 2015
The praise and exaltation that Jude shows us in his doxology ought to be what drives us every day to share Christ with others. His love is never-ending, which means His grace is always available in abundant form!
Contributed on Jul 27, 2015
Are we submitting to God or still trying to live as His consultants? For the Christian, receiving the full portion of His grace depends on our answer to that and our willingness to submit to Him in every part of our life.
Contributed on Aug 3, 2015
God hasn’t given up on you; so will you allow Him to be the great healer you need? Will you stop trying to do things yourself and submit to His grace as all you ever need in this life?