daily devotions

choose grace

Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts. Acts 2:46, NIV

Continue In God’s Grace

“I thank God for the Holy Communion because each time we partake, we get to ingest and manifest more and more of Jesus’ life and strength.

“Beloved, keep on taking Communion until you are completely healed. As you take it, thank God that you are already healed by Jesus’ stripes. When you drink the cup, see how Jesus has already taken away every sin and redeemed you from every sickness. See the work as finished and be at rest, knowing that you are seated with Christ.

“Remember that it’s all about what our Lord Jesus has done. It’s all His grace, His undeserved, unmerited favor toward you. As you partake, see Him, the bread of life, working on the inside of you, making you stronger and stronger each day!”_Joseph Prince

Thank God for His Grace.  Thank God for His Son! Thank God that the Holy Spirit of the Lord  is planted in our hearts and grows upward and outward as we trust and believe Him.

Faith and trust in God can not be pounded into our heart and soul by outside influences.  The Lord God builds us into a dwelling place for His Spirit from the inside out when we accept His Grace.

“See, I have set before you this day life and good, death and evil… I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curses; therefore choose life.” Deut. 30:15, 19

God is still offering us the same choice today!  Everything is different than it was in the days of Moses and yet nothing has changed except God’s Grace came through Jesus Christ.  And, Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever.  We are still blessed or cursed by our choices!

The first choice is always willcontinue to be the center of my life?  Will I continue to worship the trinity of ME, MYSELF and I? Ask yourself  – How am I doing at controlling my life? Am I in crisis and pain more often than not? Do I want to stay there?

If the results of this little personal survey are a resounding “NO” then the choice must be life and good. If you are worn out from the crisis and pain in your life choose Jesus.

Choose God’s Grace.