When we lock our faith onto the Bridge of Jesus Christ, our bridge to God, He provides for us a grace net that will protect us should we ever fall.
Once you’ve given yourself to God, other things do not appeal as they used to do. The grace you’ve received motivates you to give extravagantly.
How do you respond to trials? Maybe you’re facing some severe trial today and wondering how you will make it … The last thing you may feel is overflowing joy.
What a difference grace made in Onesimus’ life and in his relationship to Philemon and the church. Grace transforms our lives and our relationships.
If you’re at the end of your rope, you’re in a good place for God to bless you.
If God says He forgets our sins, then why would you ever want to dwell on them?
No matter who we are or what we’ve done, no one is beyond God’s grace to restore their lives!
The scene took place by a campfire at dawn on a beach beside the Sea of Galilee. It was an experience that would change Peter’s life forever. The whole experience was redemptive! Jesus would lovingly restore Simon Peter to ministry with a simple question and a command. Anyone who has fallen can understand the pain of personal failure and the regret that can haunt you with guilt and shame. It’s disabling. You feel washed up. Jesus knew that Peter had to overcome such regrets if he would be restored to accomplish his divine destiny.
How intentional is your faith? In this video story, Vinny and Natasha share the tipping point that brought them into a more intentional faith relationship with Jesus Christ in which they began to experience God’s purpose for their lives and their family. When they took that step of baptism in obedience to Christ, they wanted to send a clear message to their children that would leave them a legacy of faith.
Through the years, it has been one of my greatest honors to baptize entire families at our Super Summer Baptism Celebrations. It’s not uncommon to see three and four generations of one family in the water all being baptized together! I can’t think of anything better than to see families restored by the grace of God! This was the case for the Philippian jailer that asked his prisoners, Paul and Silas, how to be saved in Acts 16.