The Wonder of Grace

The Wonder of Grace

When Paul wrote this letter, he remembered how lost he was – that he lived in darkness. Paul wanted His readers to remember how lost they were without Christ. And in this passage, he wanted his readers to know how Christ came through for us in our most desperate moment to do for us what we could never do for ourselves and what we will never deserve to have done for us.

The Wonder of Belonging to Him

We have all inherited a futile way of life from our ancestors. People live for money, or sex, or fame, or power and find it to be empty. But Paul says, “In Christ we have redemption through His blood.” He purchased us from this life of futility.

The Wonder of Belonging to Him

The Wonder of Having a Destiny

In the ancient world, life was controlled by capricious gods. You never knew what they were going to do. But Paul has something very different to say about the God revealed in the Bible that is a comfort and joy to our hearts.

The Wonder of Having a Destiny

The Wonder of a Blameless Life

When we see the glory of God our first response is to fall on our faces, but God never leaves us there for he wants to see our face and wants us to see his.

The Wonder of a Blameless Life

The Wonder of Being Chosen 2

The Wonder of Being Chosen 2

Before the foundation of the world, God made a choice that the ones who would stand before Him would not be the mighty of the earth, the self-righteous, the energetic, the proud, or the rich. That’s how the world chooses. But that is not how God chooses.

The Wonder of Being Chosen 1

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