Grace comes to men by the manifestation of the power of the Spirit of God. In Ephesians 3:7, the Apostle Paul refers to “the gift of the grace of God given by the effectual working of His (God’s) power“. In verse 20, he refers to it as “the power that works in us” – God’s Spirit. Continue reading Grace for Greater Glory.
Life is a lot less stressful when you stop trying to be who you think you have to be, and are who God has called you to be.
The former involves a level of input on your part; however, with God, there’s grace for you to be who He has called you – because where the purposes of God are, there is also divine provision and intervention for success. The only thing we do is cooperate. Continue reading Cooperate
The completed work (the peace that salvation brings) cannot be uncovered by your focusing on external realities (the natural world around you) – God has placed the Glory inside you! Continue reading It’s in You!