27-Nov-2017: Grace

“It teaches us to reject ungodliness and worldly (immoral) desires, and to live sensible, upright, and godly lives [lives with a purpose that reflect spiritual maturity] in this present age” – Titus 2:12


Grace is a gift bestowed on us to walk in ways that pleases God alone. Grace invades our lives with a clear ground of its own:

Ru n away from anything that leads us away from God;

Abandon the lusts and passions of this world;

Live life now in this age with awareness and self-control,

Doing the right thing and keeping yourselves holy (The Voice) – Titus 2:12

If this gift of salvation doesn’t make us hate what He hates and love what He loves, then grace invalidates its role in our lives.

Grace totally empowers us to do what God has destined, assigned, and purposed in His good pleasure. To receive grace unceasingly we must be willing to stay connected to Him unceasingly. Lovers always want to stay in touch and the Lover of your soul longs for your companionship. When you long for Him like He does for you, and make time to pour out your life; GRACE invades to make everything fall in place.

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14 thoughts on “27-Nov-2017: Grace

  1. “If this gift of salvation doesn’t make us hate what He hates and love what He loves, then grace invalidates its role in our lives.” – Amen! I learned this lesson, recently, when it came to forgiveness. You must live and show grace in order to receive grace! (Matthew 6:15) Thank you for the great words to dwell on today!

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  2. “To receive grace unceasingly we must be willing to stay connected to Him unceasingly.” Great way to put it! It is so easy to receive the gift of grace but to forget the giver of the gift.

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  3. “If this gift of salvation doesn’t make us hate what He hates and love what He loves, then grace invalidates its role in our lives.” Powerful thought. We should long to have a heart that breaks for what breaks His.

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  4. I love when you wrote, “To receive grace unceasingly we must be willing to stay connected to Him unceasingly.” This is so true. When we fail to make time with Him our priority, we fail to connect with that limitless, saving grace!

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