“May grace and peace be yours in abundance.” 1 Peter 1:2b
The grace that comes with serving the Almighty God is indescribable. You need to experience this in order for you to fully comprehend it.
When the grace of God is in the life of a person, he can overcome whatever; he can achieve what he sorts out to do and he can succeed in life without any obstacles dominating him.
In the above verse, it is not just a verse but one fills with extreme blessings for every believer as a whole. It is more than a prayer. It is a divine tag and you must believe in the power of this verse so that you can tap more from its benefit.
Grace is such that it’s difficult to explain, like I stated above. Grace if tangible. It covers you 100% and gives you the ultimate assurance that God is forever by your side. Grace belongs to God. When God bestows His grace upon your life, trust me, you are a favoured person! God’s grace handles over to you what is impossible for mankind to achieve. God’s grace takes you beyond the realm of your imagination.
God’s grace takes you higher above your world and creates that distinct life in you that anyone that sees you or live in your world will marvel at God’s presence in your life.
This same goes with peace. When there is tranquillity in you, there will be no fear of anything. Even in the face of hardship, economic recession, famine, job-loss, pain, or whatever, the peace of God within you will make life easier for you to tackle.
The above verse says grace and peace be yours in abundance. It means more, and more of this duo in your life. Aren’t you glad to be part of the God’s community?
When you have grace and peace in abundance, what else do you lack? Make use of the opportunity today to rejoice fully that the grace and peace of God is forever in your life!
In whatever you do throughout this week, rejoice in God! Give Him the honour and glory due unto His Holy name.
And as you worship God genuinely, He will multiples His grace and peace in your life.
Princess Ayelotan
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Published by Ehiyeh-sh’Ehiyeh

“Once I was young, and now I am old. Yet I have never seen the godly abandoned or their children begging for bread.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭37:25‬ ‭

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