False Grace

Make sure that your faith is alive in Christ. Otherwise, sin may be abounding in You. Repent if you have strayed from following Jesus.

Jesus’s Grace Is Sufficient

Through we don’t deserve it the Lord extends His love to each of us. He picks us up when we are down. He is so merciful and kind.

We Are Justified Through Grace

Jesus paid the price for our sins. His death on the cross was done that we might live again. We are “justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus”.

By Grace We Are Saved Through Faith

It is our faith in Christ that changes our lives. Through the grace of God we have hope for a better day. Our lives are changed and the veil is removed from our eyes.

God’s Grace

Oh Lord, my God, how blessed I am to feel Your amazing grace in my life.  There were many years that I fell away into addiction but You still came for me.

Abound In God’s Grace

Prove your love for one another and God as you abound in God’s grace. Your humility and kind acts of service will be seen.

Thank You For Your Grace

Oh Lord, I praise your Name above all Names. Holy, holy is your Name. You stand supreme. Mighty are your works. Worthy is the lamb who died for all mankind.

God’s Grace Is In My Life

How amazing God’s Grace is in my life. I was surely a wretched person before I gave my life to Jesus.

Christians Can Lose Their Salvation

To receive salvation in Christ is to believe, while showing fruits. This can also be through repentance and good works that God does through us.

Faith Plus Godly Works

Our own works, no matter how good they seem, do more harm than not. This is why a desire to be led by the Spirit of God, and not ourselves, is so important.

Our Ways Likened Unto Christ’s

When we continue to put our trust in God and lean on Him in all situations of our lives, everything tends to work out for the greater good.

Jesus Is The Light Of The World

Did you know that Luke also refers to Jesus and light in the same reference? In Luke, chapter 2, we hear this from the words of Simeon, a devout man of God, who had the opportunity to hold the baby Jesus first hand.