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Posted: April 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

Mega Grace! Acts 4:33

I AM ready for anything through the strength of Him who makes me strong! ” Phil. 4:13 (Philips Translation)

The TCNT Translation says that nothing is beyond my power in the strength of Him who makes me strong. His grace is actively at work within us. God has begun a good work in us and He will complete it. “Yes, Lord, let Christ appear in us!” That’s why Paul can encourage the Philippians to rejoice in the Lord always. Grace (charis – the gift) is cheerfully (root word of charis) working within us to produce fruit. No effort!

Shirley Bassey used to sing that old hit, “I am what I am, I am my one special creation.” Perhaps we need to change the words as we are God’s special creation…

Through His grace I am what I am. (1 Cor,15:10).  And who am I? I am part of…

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Posted: April 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

Hallo grace revelers here is something intresting i came a cross u will love it 😉

Mega Grace! Acts 4:33

But we all, with our face having been unveiled, having beheld the glory of the Lord as in a mirror, are being changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Lord Spirit. ~ 2 Cor.3:18.

How many of us have used this passage to indicate our imperfection and that God is actively busy with an ever-lasting clean-up process in our lives? To be changed from glory to glory is then compared to climbing up a ladder; going up higher and higher from the one glory level to the other. A never-ending story. What an exhausting thought! Many Christians even use this verse to verify their belief that God has more in store for us; we just have to press in deeper into His presence. This carrot-in-front-of-the-tortoise mindset in return, leads to a disappointing works-orientated mindset of continuous fasting, more giving and tithing and the traditional painstaking view…

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Illusions created by dualism

Posted: April 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

Illusions created by dualism.