Do you know that sometimes, in our own little understanding, we can try to limit the Grace of God which has been made available to all?
Growing up, there were some people I knew. I knew them so well that I almost didn’t believe they can change. The other day, one was referred to as Pastor and the flesh in me started asking all sort of questions and imagining all sorts.
“When did he become a pastor?” “Who is he deceiving?” “Wonders shall never end.” And so on.
Then a very very quiet thought passed by and was;
“Do you think people never change? Sit there and be a judge when he may be there, genuinely saved and filled with the Holy Spirit, fulfilling Kingdom purpose.”
Immediately, I began to confess my thoughts to God. I told him how sorry I was to sit on my imaginary high horse and judge a fellow human like me. While I confessed my faults to God, I was reminded how I was judged the same way and yet this is me. Am I better than him?
This message is to every beautiful person out there who has enjoyed the mercy of God and is continually enjoying the unlimited grace of God. That we knew their past does not qualify us to be a judge over their present or future.
The mercy of God that found you is out there finding so many and those you think you know are been found and washed clean. If you are not careful, you could loose your way and still think you are on the right path.
Looking back at the beautiful years my sweet and wonderful sister spent before her relocation to heaven; and knowing how Christ like she lived continually rings in my heart and head. This just make me want to be so beautiful for Christ.
It’s not about knowing the Bible from cover to cover. It’s about being a living example of the Bible you read. At the end of our race here on on earth if the Lord tarries, at a ripe good old age, we will all be judged and how you lived your life for the Lord here on earth is all that will matter. Your denomination won’t, your religious lifestyle (going to every service, etc) won’t matter if you never made your heart a comfortable place for God. That you wore very long clothes and covered your faces won’t matter, your relationship with God will. That you preached and preached won’t matter, if that message you preached transformed your life will matter most.
My dear beautiful people, while I have peace that my wonderful little sister is in Heaven, I want to see you all on the last day in heaven.
The grace of God is available and it is not limited to a type of people, a type of denomination, a type of profession, and so on. It’s is UNLIMITED AND AVAILABLE!!!
Titus 2:11-14 NLT: “For the grace of God has been revealed, bringing salvation to all people. And we are instructed to turn from godless living and sinful pleasures. We should live in this evil world with wisdom, righteousness, and devotion to God, while we look forward with hope to that wonderful day when the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, will be revealed. He gave his life to free us from every kind of sin, to cleanse us, and to make us his very own people, totally committed to doing good deeds.”
If you have not invited Christ into your life, just say this short prayer:
“Dear Lord, I know I am a sinner and today, I invite you to take your place in my life. I repent of all my sins (mention all you can remember) and I believe that you died to save me from sin and death. Let the blood of Jesus wash me clean and give me the grace to sin no more. This I have asked through faith in Jesus Christ’s Name. Amen…”
Now that you are saved, I encourage you to get a good Bible and find a Bible believing church to attend. Ensure to find God within the pages of the Bible everyday because He is there. God bless you.