'grace' Tagged Posts

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Forgiveness Triumphs Over Judgment – Day 5

In the final reflection of this series, it is important to remember that Jesus came to save, not to condemn. According to the Bible, Jesus did not come to judge the world, but to save it.  He was given authority to judge, but chose not to at that time. His mission was to provide a way out of judgment and to save the world. Jesus’ purpose was to save, not to condemn. Those who believe in him will not be judged, but will have eternal life. However, those who do not believe in him are already condemned.

Forgiveness Triumphs Over Judgment – Day 4

Just as Jesus has shown us immeasurable compassion and mercy, we are called to extend the same to ourselves and others. When we perceive our flaws and imperfections in the light of His perfection, we can see others through the lens of understanding, compassionately responding to their shortcomings, and offering support and encouragement.

Forgiveness Triumphs Over Judgment – Day 3

Mercy Triumphs Based on 10/1/23 sermon, Forgiveness Triumphs Over Judgment. Then Jesus stood up again and said to the woman, ‘Where are your accusers? Didn’t even one of them condemn you?’ ‘No, Lord,’ she said. And Jesus said, ‘Neither do I. Go and sin no more.’ John 8:10-11 (NLT) REFLECTION: In this powerful and profoundly moving moment, Jesus offers not condemnation but an extraordinary display of mercy to the adulterous woman. As she stands before Him, vulnerable and exposed, expecting…
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Beauty for Ashes – Day 2

Today, let’s delve into the theme of the “ashes” in our lives, a theme that resonates deeply with the human experience. Just as King David pleaded in Psalm 51, we also seek purification from our sins. Reflect on the ashes you’ve experienced – the regrets, failures, and sins that weigh on your heart.