Grace is God’s “unmerited favor” towards us; it comes to us as a gift we do not deserve. All you need is some help from God and a bit of personal determination. Grace is given to us apart from anything we can do. Before salvation, we are dead in our sins. Because of the fall, it permeates our entire being: Our minds are tainted with sin, our souls are stained, and our wills are paralyzed. Good people or not, we are in deep trouble.
Those who think they can contribute to their salvation think that God’s grace is wonderful, but only the humble who see themselves as God does believe that His grace is amazing indeed. The difference is between those who know that God has to do it all and those who think they can help Him out.
His grace is the power for living an abundant life. Our faith receives, not “buys,” the blessings of God. Striving, struggling, trying can never do that. Ephesians 2:8-9 tells us that, It is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast (NIV).
So in the same way we became born again, we live in the Spirit—by God’s grace, through faith. It’s simple. Humble yourself. Ask God for His help. Then, do what He says. Trust in His power—He is mighty to do whatever we need Him to do and to help us do our part. Trust in His wisdom—He knows what, when and how to do it.
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