Grace is the foundation of our faith and daily strength. What then, does it mean to “live in grace”?
For me, it is to be like-minded with Christ, to want what He wants for me, not the other way around. It’s so easy for us to let time slip, days pass without opening our Bible, reading something encouraging, sharing with our Heavenly Father, the hopes and fears we have. Something draws us back, and I believe it the work of the Holy Spirit. Perhaps you’ve gone stagnant, still a believer, grounded in your faith, attending church regularly and bible study, but maybe your light has disappeared. That “still small voice” that guides our comings and goings. That voice that is your Father
It’s easy to get back in touch, whether your distance has been a few weeks, or perhaps many years. Jesus is always here for us. He wants to reconnect, no matter how long its been. He nudges softly, reminding us that He never left, it was us who stepped further and further away.
Your conversation doesn’t have to be complicated. Ask God for what you need, be mindful that you are the presence of the Holiest One. And He wants you back in the fold. He has missed you. Let Him provide the grace necessary to live in His word.
I have a rubber bracelet I received in the mail at the four month mark of my chemotherapy treatments. It was such a delightful and encouraging reminder. I have never taken it off. It inspires me greatly and reminds me what is important in the journey of my life; not just with regards to cancer, but to all of it; where I’ve been, where I’m going.
What inspires you? Please comment!
As you have probably experienced; losing a password and jumping through a variety of hoops can be very frustrating. This happened here, with WordPress! I have missed writing and encouraging!
This scripture came to me inside a card from a friend today. I thought it was incredibly powerful. When we are down and out, we must never ever forget that our God, the Holy One of Israel, Lord and Savior – is ALWAYS here and is ALWAYS the same. Circumstances in our lives change constantly…..what a blessing to know we remain intact in our faith and that our foundation never even quakes – as long as we are connected to our Heavenly Father.
2 When you pass through the waters,
I will be with you;
and when you pass through the rivers,
they will not sweep over you.
When you walk through the fire,
you will not be burned;
the flames will not set you ablaze.
3 For I am the Lord your God,
the Holy One of Israel, your Savior;…