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It is Grace Upon Grace - Damon J. Gray
In the opening of the Gospel of John, we have a beautiful description of God incarnate, coming to “pitch his tent” among humanity. In the midst of that description is this beautiful, poetic line: “For from his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace.” – John 1:16, ESV As though grace was not enough, we,…
Damon J. Gray,
Grace-Filled - Good News Unlimited
God’s grace is linked to his righteousness. Both are qualities of God’s nature, not humanity’s nature. Neither righteousness nor grace is like free bottles of water thrown to refugees from the back of a truck.
Eliezer Gonzalez,
How To Pray The Armor of God Over Your Kids - Little Shoots, Deep Roots
Wondering how to protect your kids? Learn to pray the armor of God over your kids with these 2 powerful tips.
Christie Thomas,
The Plan Of God Revealed
And this is the plan of God: Both Gentiles and Jews who believe the Good News share equally in the riches inherited by God's children. Both are part of the same
Robin McKinley,
The Plan Of God Revealed
And this is the plan of God: Both Gentiles and Jews who believe the Good News share equally in the riches inherited by God's children. Both are part of the same
Robin McKinley,
The Person and Power of God in Your Spiritual Growth
This post was originally published in July 2014.–ed. Just let go and let God. If you’ve been around the church for any significant time, you’ve probably heard someone offer that passive maxim as spiritual advice. In fact, many believers might use that as shorthand to describe the process of sanctification. It’s the idea that God
John MacArthur,
A Prisoner for Peace (Ephesians 3:1-7)
In Ephesians 2, Paul encouraged his readers to live in peace with people they used to hate. Since this is much easier said than done, Paul begins Ephesians 3 by showing how he himself is living in peace with those who used to be his enemies. Indeed, Paul is prison as a result of his
Jeremy Myers,
How to Fix the World (Ephesians 3:8-13)
Are you happy with the current state of the world? Do you wish things could change? Do you want the world to improve? Do you want to fix the world? In this study of Ephesians 3:8-13, we discover Paul’s solution for how to fix the world. It’s a shocking, challenging proposal, but it is the
Jeremy Myers,
What’s the good news in the New Testament?
What is the gospel? Ask many people in our churches and they’ll tell you it’s about how you get saved, by asking God to forgive your sins. Would it surprise you to know that that’s not what the gos…
Allen Browne,

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