“You therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus.” 2 Timothy 2:1
Over the past few years, the Lord has been speaking to my heart, “I am causing all grace to abound towards you. You have all sufficiency in all things, and you will abound towards every good work (see 2 Corinthians 9:8).” I didn’t understand at first why He was telling me this over and over again. It was as if He wanted these words to go from my head, down to my heart and out of my mouth. And that’s exactly what happened. The Lord spoke this, and my mind received it, then my heart grabbed hold of it and now my mouth is speaking and declaring it out loud and seeing it manifested in my life! Praise the Lord! I’m telling you today by the Spirit of God that there is a rich and abundant supply of grace that is available to God’s people to do everything He has called us to do. It is never a question of do you have enough time, or do you have enough energy, or do you have enough resources. It is always a question of do you have enough grace! If God’s grace is with you, you can do more than you can imagine!
The apostle Paul was used to establish over 14 churches and write two-thirds of the New Testament. He said it best, “But by the grace of God I am what I am, and His grace toward me was not in vain; but I labored more abundantly than they all, yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me (see 1 Corinthians 15:10).” That word “with” means in close accompaniment. The Spirit of Grace wants to work in close accompaniment with you in this day and hour as we prepare to meet Jesus in the air. Receive an abundance of grace that is flowing freely to the Body of Christ. Don’t frustrate His grace. “Flow with it and be strong in it,” says the Spirit of the Lord. I speak the same words to you that God spoke to me, “God is causing all grace to abound towards you, my sister! You have all sufficiency in all things, and you will abound towards every good work.” Let these words go from your mind, down into your heart, and be declared out of your mouth and seen manifested in your life!
Prayer: Hallelujah! Lord, I thank you for your rich supply of grace in my life! I receive your grace right now by faith. Thank you, Lord, your grace is enough for me. Help me not to frustrate it or force it. Help me to flow with it. Make me a living testimony of your grace. In the name of Jesus! Amen.
(Read Galatians 2:21; 2 Peter 3:18)