“For the [remarkable, undeserved] grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. It teaches us to reject ungodliness and worldly (immoral) desires, and to live sensible, upright, and godly lives [lives with a purpose that reflect spiritual maturity] in this present age…” (Titus 2: 11-12, Amplified Bible)
Grace is a powerful thing. God’s unconditional and remarkable love is salvation to us, as we receive it and abide in it. We can open our hearts and our lives to that warm and healing love of God, that welcomes us in and offers us a cleansing, a renewing, and an opportunity.
For that awareness of Love’s presence, of our own worthiness simply by being God’s own ideas, is more than a blessing to be claimed without further action required. First, we must truly be grateful for this gift! We must recognize that Life itself is offering us a new day and a new duty. This responsibility is to keep walking in grace, with grace, gracefully in our lives.
So, this means that we receive that loving embrace of God and continue to consciously think and behave in a way that honors that goodness. We don’t do this willfully. We do it by treasuring this grace so much that we simply feel more honest, right, and good when we act spiritually mature, reflecting God’s purpose in us. This divine intention is our genuine being, which grace has sweetly revealed, and which gratitude powerfully sustains.
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