“I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the gospel of God’s grace.”
~ Paul, the Apostle of Grace (Acts 20:24)
This blog is about Jesus Christ, His finished work on the cross, and all that means for the rest of us.
Jesus is Grace personified. There’s no grace without Jesus and no Jesus without grace. The good news of God’s grace is that Jesus has done it all! It is because of Jesus that we are holy, righteous and acceptable to God. Your sin has been done away with at the cross and there is nothing you can do to improve upon Jesus’ perfect work.
The scandal of the cross is that grace cannot be earned. You can only receive it or reject it. God is looking for sons not servants. Jesus is returning for a bride not a maid. Trust Him and rest in His finished work.
Contrary to what you may have heard, the gospel is simple. You can hear the whole message in one elevator ride. The purpose of this blog is not to unpackage something that is complicated, but to unwrap a Gift that will take eternity to explore.
Nothing on this site will condemn you, but it may liberate you. What you read here just may open your eyes to the limitless horizons of God’s goodness and grace. What’s the catch? There is no catch! Real love comes with no hooks and there is no catch to the gospel. God is good and He loves you!
Isaiah prophesied that we would draw from the wells of salvation with joy. Why are so many Christians joyless? Because their wells are full of watered-down grace. They’ve been told that they must finish what Jesus started. This is not good news. What you read here will reveal that it’s Jesus from start to finish. Your responsibility is to believe in Him and let Him live His life through you. Your part is to enter His rest, stop working for God, and allow Him to do the works of God through you.
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God has already blessed you with every spiritual blessing in Christ!