Do You Know Why Grace is So Amazing?
“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9).
Grace is the heart and soul of the Gospel message. It is good news...amazing news, as the song so eloquently portrays. But, sadly, in many circles it's a word that has been watered down, or has been relegated as one among many on a long list of theological concepts.
But that's not the case for the writers of the New Testament. To them, grace was everything. Take Paul for example. When he met Jesus grace took center stage in his life. Nothing else mattered. From that point forward, he lived to tell others of this good news.
Grace was not just a word to him. Paul saw grace as God’s act in Christ Jesus that:
This is what grace has accomplished in your life as well. As you can see it is truly amazing!
That same grace is available to you today, and it is bound up in the person of Christ Jesus. He is the One who is full of grace and truth. Take a fresh look at Jesus and the work he accomplished through his death, burial and resurrection. In him, you will see the fullness of the grace of God. It is the key to embracing your freedom in Christ.
Do you describe your life as full of joy and peace? Or do you, like so many others, wonder "What am I missing?" You long for peace, joy and purpose but fear, self-effort, and anxiety fill your daily life.
What's missing is fully embracing the grace of God. Grace is relevant and essential for daily life. It is grace that empowers you, teaches you, and it is grace that produces joy, peace, and purpose.
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