1 corinthians 15:10 “but by the grace of God I am what I am; and his grace has not been in vain for me, before I have worked more than all of them; but not me, but the grace of God with me ”.
The Lord wants His grace to be our daily portion.
In our day-to-day situations we are presented with situations that go beyond our own: such as illnesses, death of family members, loss of jobs. We find ourselves in situations that we wish we could change but have no power over even when we strive to do so.
The grace of God is the complete opposite of the teaching of this life that says that you are alone and must depend on your own resources: how to work hard, invest wisely, do your best, do everything you can do and Be all you can be
The grace of God; on the contrary, it teaches us; that we should glory in our weaknesses rather than in our strengths.
As Children of God we must recognize that we are not people made by our efforts and furthermore, we must see ourselves as God's workforce, not ours.
We must seek to be empowered with grace, not religious rigors. We must let the Lord be our champion to fight on our own.
God's grace is like an extra tank of gas. And when you run out of gas, we just have to change the tank.
The Lord invites us to live by his grace; it is a daily experience.
The grace of the Lord motivates us to do his will and not to become lazy. For this reason, anything of value that we can do for God must be done according to his direction in obedience to him and through the power of his Holy Spirit.
The Lord told Paul my grace was sufficient for you; there is no higher motivation.