Jonah 4:2 (NKJV)
I know that You are a gracious and merciful God, slow to anger and abundant in lovingkindness, One who relents from doing harm.
There is grace for our brokenness. Being blameless, Jesus was broken for our sin. He experienced the worst this world had. Through His power over death, he gloriously overcame His brokenness and became whole. Because Jesus became flesh, He understands and intimately knows our brokenness.
He wants to make us whole through His abundant Grace, love, and mercy. His grace is sufficient for all our issues in life. When we fail, when someone hurts us, when we want to give up, when we think we deserve better, in our grief, and in all aspects of life. He is always eager to shower us with His grace, love, and strength.
Being that none of us are sinless, we don’t deserve it. That is what makes it grace. Grace is getting what we don’t deserve. This is because we all have fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). No matter what you have done, His Grace is waiting for you.
Many of us don’t receive the restoration and grace God is eager to give, because we think we know what is best. We often turn to temporary things, imperfect substances, and philosophies of man. This most times makes life worse. In this, we forsake God, when God knows best! He should be our first priority for healing. He brings lasting change and wholeness. It is the simple truths of God that are miraculously powerful, life-changing, and healing. Long story short; I am guilty and a testament to putting my faith for healing where it didn’t belong. I am grateful God is a God of second chances.
If you want restoration, healing, and Joy, go to God and ask Him for His grace, love, and mercy. He will pour it on you generously!
James 4:6 (NKJV)
But He gives more grace. Therefore He says: “God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.”
The subject of grace is vast. We will be talking more in depth about this with examples in the upcoming meetings.
We welcome any comments you have. God bless you.