“The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.”
God’s grace extended began our life with God and it is what we need to see us through to our final destination of heaven. God gives grace regardless of our merit or performance, and as recipients, we must extend grace to others.
Grace is meant to be shared.
Believer, please be careful that you are committed to nurturing and encouraging the practice of grace within the church and your home. Failure to show grace can result instead in criticism and condemnation that has led to many broken hearts and defeated spirits.
Perhaps you’re not giving grace because you are not personally living in its transforming power. Remember, God’s grace set you free! In Christ, you are a new creation; therefore, start living in a brand-new way—Romans 6:4 calls it walking in newness of life. The word “newness” literally means fresh. I like that. When you live under the refreshing flow of God’s grace in your life, mercy and kindness come naturally. You become a grace giver.
Every way you turn the beauty of God’s grace will shine forth from your life like a precious gem. Live it out for the world to see so that they too will desire to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”
Awaiting His return,
– Pastor Jack