It’s by God’s Grace


Yesterday’s Bible Trivia Question: What was Thomas known for in the bible? The answer is “Doubting Thomas” I want to thank Layette girl for getting it right.

2 Corinthians 10:12 says” My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.  Now let’s define the word “grace” it means unmerited favor. For those who don’t know what that means it’s God giving us what we don’t deserve. Now with that being said, ” why do we not just take God at His word and be happy with what He has said? What am I saying? Well God is reminding us that we don’t have to do nothing what has happen or came to you is by divine appointment. God will give you all the necessary equipment you and I need to move pass this.

motivation-tipsBut somewhere between our ears and heart we have chosen to make things happen within our own strength, could it be that we don’t truly understand the meaning of God’s Grace? For if we did then there would be no need to try to make things happen. What do you and I think that we could make happen to change the outcome? Do we have the resources like God? I highly doubt we do, it’s the knowing that God has given us grace that will see us through.

As you go about your day today, I want you to think about God’s grace, open your heart to see it in everything that you do today, from the time you get ready for work, eat your meal, clean the house what ever you do, see if you can see God’s grace. And once you do begin to Praise and thank Him for it.

Today’s Bible Trivia Question: What town was Jesus born in?

Answer will be given on the next devotion.

 

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6 thoughts on “It’s by God’s Grace

  1. Good afternoon! To you have an email address that you wouldn’t mind sharing? I like your post and had a question ask you. Thanks!

      1. I was wondering if you’d like to partner from a blog standpoint. If you like what I’m writing and I like what you’re writing we can repost the other’s content. That way multiple audiences are exposed to God’s word. Thanks!!!

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