Grace To You And Peace

I want you to know that this is an informal way of sharing the gospel with you. I hope it will cause a reaction in you, and help you make a decision regarding Christ. There are several ways to think about God’s grace. The first is as unmerited favor. We have all sinned against God. But God, in His mercy sent Jesus Christ to pay the price for that sin in our place, so that by Him coming we might be forgiven through faith in Him, and receive eternal life. It was nothing we earned or deserved but rather it was God’s grace–His favor freely given to us.”

Grace To You And Peace

1. I want you to know that this is an informal way of sharing the gospel with you.

I want you to know that this is an informal way of sharing the gospel with you. The word “gospel” means “good news.” If we can get our minds around that idea and believe it, then we will truly understand what this letter is about. It isn’t a sermon; I’m not addressing your sins or shortcomings. It’s just a simple report from God to you, telling you how much He loves and cares for YOU!

2. I hope it will cause a reaction in you, and help you make a decision regarding Christ.

When God reveals His plan, it’s because He loves you. He wants to forgive you and make you His child. He wants to give you eternal life, but first, we need to believe what the Bible says about us. We have to realize that we’re sinners and need a Savior from our sins. If we don’t accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we will spend eternity in hell separated from God forever. Please take this very seriously—you need Him desperately! It’s not too late for anyone reading this message today who has never made Jesus their Lord! To receive Christ as Savior just pray this simple prayer together: “Lord Jesus I know that I am a sinner, please come into my heart and save me from my sins so that one day I may be with You in heaven forever thank You for forgiving me now Amen.”

3. There are several ways to think about God’s grace.

There are several ways to think about God’s grace. First, we could think of it as a gift. In fact, Scripture often uses this word in reference to the grace of God. For example:

  • “God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit” (Romans 5:5).
  • “The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise … but he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9).
  • “For [Jesus] made known to us the mystery of his will according to his good pleasure” (Ephesians 1:9-10).
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Grace can also be defined as “a free gift.” As Paul writes in Ephesians 2:8-9: “For it is by grace you have been saved through faith—and this not from yourselves”—it is the gift of God—”not by works lest anyone should boast.” This means that salvation comes as a result of what God does for us and not what we do for ourselves or others. It’s an unearned favor! This is why we call grace and undeserved favor or blessing given by someone who has more than enough resources at their disposal; this individual gives something away because they want nothing in return except for their object(s) happiness!

4. The first is as unmerited favor.

The first is as unmerited favor. The word grace means “God’s favor freely given. It is not earned or deserved. It is God’s grace—His favor freely given because of what Christ has done for us on the cross, not because of anything we have done or can ever do. Grace, then, is something we receive; it isn’t something we earn or deserve (Romans 3:23).

When you realize how much God loves you and how He sent Jesus to die for your sins—even though He doesn’t owe you anything at all—it will be impossible not to feel overwhelmed with gratitude toward Him!

5. We have all sinned against God.

We have all sinned against God.

Sin is rebellion against God. It’s not just breaking a law of God, but it’s also against him. Sin is a choice we make to reject God and his way for our lives. Sin separates us from God, and it keeps us from having a relationship with him because we have become enemies of the very one who made us and gave us life (Romans 5:10).

This means that sin isn’t just something people do when they do wrong things; it’s also how they think about themselves and others, their view of their world, what they value most in life—everything! It affects every area of your life: mind (your thoughts), heart (your emotions), body (your actions), soul (who you are)

6. But God, in His mercy sent Jesus Christ to pay the price for that sin in our place, so that by Him coming we might be forgiven through faith in Him, and receive eternal life.

The Bible says that we are forgiven by faith in Jesus Christ. It’s not because we’re good enough, or have done enough to earn God’s favor. No, it’s because of Jesus’ sacrifice on our behalf. He died and then rose again from the dead so that we could be forgiven and receive eternal life. Because of all He did for us, you are forgiven no matter what your past was like or how many times you’ve sinned since becoming a Christian. Your sins were paid for at the cross, and now they can never condemn you again!

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That is amazing grace!

7. It was nothing we earned or deserved but rather it was God’s grace–His favor freely given to us.

Grace is God’s unmerited favor.

Grace is His mercy.

Grace is His forgiveness.

Grace is His power that can overcome sin and death, sickness and suffering, poverty, persecution, and even hell itself! Grace keeps us from being punished for our sins because Christ took that punishment on Himself in our place (2 Corinthians 5:21). Grace gives us strength to do what we could never do on our own—to love others even though they have hurt us or don’t deserve it; to forgive those who take advantage of us; to be generous even though we have little left after paying all the bills; etc..

8. The second way to think about grace is as the power of God within us to enable us to do what he has called us to do in our lives for Him.

The second way to think about grace is as the power of God within us to enable us to do what he has called us to do in our lives for Him.

Think about a time when you felt that empowerment or strength. Maybe it was moving furniture or helping someone else move furniture, or maybe it was taking care of your kids or helping someone else take care of theirs, but whatever it was, there was a moment when you sensed that power inside yourself that enabled you to get through it. Now think about how many more times per week than not we experience that feeling of being fully energized and ready for whatever is ahead.

This happens because we have been given the ability by God’s grace (His love) to make decisions and choices based on His Word (the Bible), rather than ourselves as Adam did before the fall into sin. This means that if we want a friend who doesn’t really love themself then they will likely end up feeling bad about themselves eventually; whereas if they choose instead not only because they’ve made wise choices based on Scripture but also because they know deep down inside themselves where true happiness comes from (God), then they will be much happier!

9. You see, when we accept Christ as our savior, He comes into our lives and makes us a new creation in Him.

You see, when we accept Christ as our savior, He comes into our lives and makes us a new creation in Him. The Bible says that we are reborn by the Holy Spirit (John 3:3-7). But this is not some magical experience that happens automatically when we pray a prayer or make an altar call if we happen to be at the right place at the right time. It’s something that each of us must choose for ourselves—and it’s usually not easy!

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Accepting Christ means making up your mind about what you believe about Him and His claims on your life…and then living accordingly–even though doing so may sometimes cost you friends or even your job! This decision is one every person has to make for himself–not someone else–and usually after many souls searching and prayer with God.”

10. It’s not based upon how good or bad we are but rather upon what Christ did for us on the cross at Calvary and that is where grace comes into play for us today.

Grace is a gift, not based upon any good work that we have done, but rather upon what Christ has done for us on the cross. Grace does not save us from our sins; it saves us FOR our sins. It saves us from the penalty of sin (e.g., hell), rather than saving us from sin itself. The cross shows us how far God will go to show His love for His people (and ultimately how much He loves all Creation). Grace and Cross work together in order to give us salvation through Jesus Christ! Why do we need grace? Why do we need the Cross? The answer is simple: because we deserve judgment for our actions and attitudes towards God… yet through Jesus Christ, these things can be forgiven by God if we ask forgiveness through prayer (confession) and accept Him into our hearts as Savior!

11. The Bible tells us that if we ask Christ into our lives and confess our sins, He will forgive us and come into our lives and make us a new creation; born again in Him!

The Bible is the only source of truth.

The Bible is the only source of salvation.

The Bible is the only source of guidance.

The Bible is the only source of comfort.

The Bible is the only source of hope.

Closing

I hope this has been helpful. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Takeaway:

There are many ways of expressing gratitude in English, and here we have looked at three of them. You can use these phrases in your everyday conversations or emails, and they will be sure to make people smile!

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