The Power Of Grace.

The word Grace can mean different things depending on the given context or situation. However, it can generally be defined as unmerited favour, a goodness gotten for free (like the literal Yoruba translation, “OORE-Ọ̀FẸ́”.)

Grace is that force that makes supernaturally things easy that are uneasy for an individual naturally. It is the power source for one’s seemingly tedious assignment.

For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.

Ephesians 2:8-9 (KJV)

Grace makes one to be a solution provider to issues in one’s environment, it makes one become an institution for consultation, where people will seek your knowledge and skills because the result of your endeavors will be exceptional.

Grace makes you unique in the midst of multitude. It opens you up to more opportunities. It draws people to you like a magnet. Grace makes people to love hearing you no matter how long, even when it is not convenient for them (for example, the thousands that stayed to hear Jesus for days)

Even when you do the usual, Grace makes it special.

Grace provides a sense of fulfilment when you’re doing that thing you were created to do, be it a Preacher, Writer, Health care Worker, Teacher, Mass communicator, Baker, Painter, Singer, Sportsman, Business personnel, Office Worker, and so on.

But it’s important to know that grace only comes after you’ve started engaging that God given skills. Everyone carries a grace for one thing or the other but Grace does not work for everyone.
Grace only finds expression in people who engage in the discovery, development and deployment process of God’s endowment in their lives.

Have you discovered the power of grace?

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Amen.

Philemon 1:25 (KJV)

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