Do we recognize how precious the grace of God is?
Are we aware of how much the grace of God is a favor?
The grace of God affects our lives, it directs us towards gratitude, it gives us reasons to thank in everything that is seen, heard or felt.
God’s grace motivates us and makes us productive.
When the grace of God locates us, it is not that we never sin, it is not that we do not make mistakes or that we never fall but we make efforts, our mind desires righteousness and the purity.
Let us not be stuck in the doctrine of grace, do not lock ourselves into traditions like the Pharisees and scribes who do not burn for the service of God, who are not willing to help others, who are not generous, who think that Christianity is coming to church on Sunday and think that their presence in an assembly is not always useful.
Let us understand that the grace of God pushes us to obey, it creates in us the desire to work, to serve, to give, to sacrifice ourselves.
We complain too much, we worry too much, we are constantly doubting that God will be able to meet our needs.
We spend the time saying things that are an insult to God, we despise him.
Let’s learn to make room for God, let’s learn to honor him and to recognize that he can do anything.
This is how we show that we are humble, that we depend on him, that we are abandoned to him and that we trust him.
The most important thing is our personal communion with God, it is our relationship with God, it is to give an incalculable value to spiritual things.
The bible says in 1 Corinthians, 15:10 – By the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace towards me was not in vain; far from it, I worked more than them all, not me however, but the grace of God which is with me.
Acknowledge the grace of God in your life.
What we are is the product of the sovereignty of God in our lives.
The Lord knows what is best for us, we must learn to accept and love ourselves as he created us.
Let us stop wanting to be like others, let us rejoice in who we are, in what God has given us, in the deposit that God has placed in us.
We were designed to complement each other, to support each other, so that everyone plays their role and that everyone is at their place.
Paul urges us to imitate him. He did everything to walk in the footsteps of the Lord, he couldn’t please everyone, he couldn’t serve everyone but he had to concentrate on his call.
We cannot envy those who run fast beside us, rather we must be content with the personality of Christ in us.
The grace of God is available to each of us, let God touch us and transform us in his image.
Not everyone reflects grace, not everyone benefits from grace, but it is possible to let ourselves be impacted with a fresh anointing.
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