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June 10th, 2011

The Will Of God

The Grace of God

The will of God will never take you,
Where the grace of God cannot keep you.
Where the arms of God cannot support you,
Where the riches of God cannot supply your needs,
Where the power of God cannot endow you.

The will of God will never take you,
Where the spirit of God cannot work through you,
Where the wisdom of God cannot teach you,
Where the army of God cannot protect you,
Where the hands of God cannot mold you.

The will of God will never take you,
Where the love of God cannot enfold you,
Where the mercies of God cannot sustain you,
Where the peace of God cannot calm your fears,
Where the authority of God cannot overrule for you.

The will of God will never take you,
Where the comfort of God cannot dry your tears,
Where the Word of God cannot feed you,
Where the miracles of God cannot be done for you,
Where the omnipresence of God cannot find you.

March 18th, 2011

Grace Givers And Grace Hoaders

Grace Changes Everything

In life we see two types of people. One group is the channel of grace. The more they receive, the more they give. They are the people who are buried in Christ. They live here, but their investments are not here. They invest in the life of people. They make a difference in the life of other souls for eternity. The interesting fact is that, they do not even ask for a blessing.

God bless them so that they might be a blessing for others. That is what God told Abraham “I will bless you so that you might be a blessing for others”. Look at the blessing of Abraham today – he is the father of every prophet, every law giver, every priest, every apostle, the mother of God and Christ himself.

But think about Abraham’s life. He was seventy five when he was told to leave his land for an unknown land. Abraham followed in faith, not knowing where he was going. His promise for a son, materialized only after wandering in the Middle Eastern desert for twenty five years. He probably had some “complex” as he tried to hide his pretty wife from others. In spite of that the pharaoh stole his wife and God had to interfere. He was unequally yoked with Sarah.

Abraham’s faith was unshakable, but Sarah laughed at the prospect of having a child. Sarah came up with a human solution for a divine promise. She told Abraham to take Hagar as his wife and have children through Hagar. Sarah persecuted Hagar and her son for no fault of theirs. Abraham was bitter and had to eventually leave his son Ishmael in the desert. Abraham had to see the destruction of Sodom.

After all that, God told Abraham to take his son Isaac up the mountain to be sacrificed for God. The life of Abraham is incomprehensible for the Christians of this century. We throw temper tantrums if we are told by God to leave our house, our children’s school, our job or our spouse’s job and go to an unknown city only on faith. It was the preparation of Abraham that eventually turned him to be a grace-giver.

The grace-hoarders practice pseudo religion. They quote the word of God verbatim from the bible. They use the word of God in context and out of context. They are judgmental. They associate with God for power and money. They speak in rhetoric. They are like the politicians who make you die for his country. They will convert people into their religion and put heavy loads on them, but do not move a little finger to help them.

Jesus saw them when he spoke to the Pharisees two thousand years ago. They are the proprietors of “Bless me clubs”. They preach a Christ different from the one you know from the bible. Watch for them. They are ravenous wolves in sheep’s clothing .They act like shepherds but they are hirelings who will run away when the wolf comes to devour the sheep.

– – – written by Dr. Jacob C Tony

August 8th, 2010

Why Is God Doing This To Me

Why is god doing this to me

Why is god doing this to me?

Often, when facing challenges, many sense their confidence oozing out. They feel like God has left them alone. They start thinking about all the wrong things they have done (for which they have already repented!). They start complaining, “Why is God doing this to me?”

But the truth is that God is a good God. He is not the source of problems. He is a gracious God. He is willing to help anyone who asks Him for help. He is ready to shower His blessings upon our lives every day.

The place where God sits is called ‘the throne of grace’. That is what we read in Hebrew 4:16 “Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.” The word ‘grace’ is found many times in the Bible. God the Father sent His only begotten Son Jesus to this world to reveal His grace. Because of His grace, everyone can attain salvation for free. And just like salvation, all of God’s blessings are free for us!

Blessings are not determined by the amount of your work. Though you need to do acts of faith, nevertheless, if you start comparing your blessings with your works, you miss the whole point. It is in His great love that God blesses our lives with good things. He loves to cheer us up!

So, the next time you sense the confidence level going down, and starts to ask the question “Why is God doing this to me?”, boldly go to the throne of grace and simply ask God! Do not lose your confidence in the Lord when trouble comes.

God knows your strengths and weaknesses. He never wants His children to live a low life. Yet He cannot agree with self-righteousness and religious mindsets!

Enjoy God’s blessings by His grace. You will have a joyful and peaceful life on this earth. Do not listen to the lies of the devil. You are chosen by God to lead a guilt-free life!

– – – written by Joe Abraham & Ancy Joe

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