About grace ops

As men, we know the feeling of falling short in life. That feeling is an ache inside. It’s hard to put language to it, but we live with it, day in and day out. The ache comes from questions like:

Am I caving to temptations common to man?
How is my walk with God?
Am I taking care of my wife and family?
Am I doing the best I can in my career?

 

We all fall short of glory, and that is the origin of the ache.

We must deal with the ache according to God’s salvation – if we don’t, we walk in condemnation and miss the mighty redemption that is at hand.

Christ restores us to glory
Grace trains us to live from His glory
Training establishes for us an abundant kingdom life 

 

As we build a relationship with Grace. We realize that we are not being excused by that grace to live lesser. We are now empowered to overcome, to live upright and godly, right here in this present age.

 

Developing a relationship with grace strengthens us as we walk after Jesus. His grace is under so much attack these days but Titus 2:11-12 teaches us the robust assignment of grace: To simply train us to walk upright, right here and right now, in this present age.

 

God has won the victory for us in every way and His grace trains us to live from a place of victory and to overcome the world together, as his disciples.

 

Living from glory is our right as sons of God. Jesus died to restore us to glory. His grace trains us to renounce ungodly and worldly passions, which lead us to death. Grace is training us to live from glory: The glory of Christ crucified. Just as Christ was raised in resurrection, so are we, His disciples. We are raised to life! Grace trains us in the ways of life. To be men of self-control, to live upright and godly.

LEARNING THE OPERATIONS OF GRACE

As we build a relationship with Grace. We realize that we are not being excused by that grace to live lesser. We are now empowered to overcome, to live upright and godly, right here in this present age.

 

Developing a relationship with grace strengthens us as we walk after Jesus. His grace is under so much attack these days but Titus 2:11-12 teaches us the robust assignment of grace: To simply train us to walk upright, right here and right now, in this present age.

 

God has won the victory for us in every way and His grace trains us to live from a place of victory and to overcome the world together, as his disciples.

 

Living from glory is our right as sons of God. Jesus died to restore us to glory. His grace trains us to renounce ungodly and worldly passions, which lead us to death. Grace is training us to live from glory: The glory of Christ crucified.

 

Just as Christ was raised in resurrection, so are we, His disciples. We are raised to life! Grace trains us in the ways of life. To be men of self-control, to live upright and godly.