"And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that, always having all that is necessary in all things, you may abound for every good work" 2 Corinthians 9: 8.
God. He always has plenty; abundance of grace remains.
The enemy of your heart will try to convince you that God must ration His stores of grace, that He only has the resources to grant you a limited amount of grace on fixed terms (such as a children's stipend).
The devil wants to convince you that if you need grace too many times a week or a day, God will eventually have to tell you, “There is no more for you at the moment. Live without my grace for a while, then maybe you will be more careful and not waste it so much.
Do you think I have unlimited supplies for people like you? "
One of the best ways to resist the devil's lies is to quote scriptures that directly contradict his false statements. Like this: And God is able to make all grace abound in you, so that, always having everything you need in all things, you may abound for every good work. 2 Corinthians 9: 8.
What could you say now in order to answer the lie that God must ration grace to prevent it from running out?
God extends grace to us with full and eternal forgiveness to turn to Him, and not ourselves, for the needs of our daily lives. On the one hand, grace has taken care of our eternity: forever converting the condition in which we were as sinners to the condition in which we are as saints. But God doesn't want to wait until after our earthly lives to extend grace to us. He loves to extend His grace to us right now.
Today ... I am willing to receive his grace and understand that God is over his grace and does not deny me.
Lord, on this day I come to you with a grateful heart to praise and exalt you for your amazing grace for a sinner like me. Amen.
Dr. Daniel A Brown.
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