I have been trying to figure out how best to summarize, another part of the book I am reading. It has spoken to me deeply, and I wanted to eventually share it without losing the message from it.
Early hours of this morning I came across this daily reading which summarize it so well without losing the message. I took that as confirmation that it had to be shared. I have attached it below along with the link which can be copied and pasted so you can further journey into daily readings (with Joseph Prince) which help us understand Grace and how to apply it to ourselves, and others. Continue reading “No more hide and seek”
Joseph Prince – Grace Revolution -page 72
I have been thinking a lot about Grace and how easy it is to get caught up in the do’s and don’ts which I’m beginning to wonder, while it is important, does it take away from the simple message of the hope that we have in Christ – that through His grace we are saved. I mean Christianity is a relationship with a living God, a God who longs to be close to us in every way. This topic is a mind blowing one. Grace can’t be challenged, it can’t be argued with.
I am reading the book Grace Revolution written by Joseph Prince. What a fantastic read so far. I am not one to do a huge sales talk at the best of times – but if you are also learning what Grace means for us, maybe worth getting a copy for yourself and having a read. I will share a small portion, just because it is super cool and I have read this part three times already this morning! I know, maybe some of you already know all this and I am a bit behind the times…but that would be me.Grace Revolution – Joseph Prince (page 71)
Well I just wanted to share those two pictures above as that excited me this morning and I thought just maybe it will excite you too.
Amazing Grace. Let us all return to GRACE.
Since Christians will live forever, they are told not to fear in the face of death. Paul says,
Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting? — 1 Corinthians 15:55
Since we know we will be with God forever, there is no more fear of death for the Christian of true faith. In fact, death is even beneficial to a Christian, because it sends him to God, with whom he is longing to be. Paul writes, “For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain. — Philippians 1:21.
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