PLEASE READ // “The riches of his grace” are infinite. Perhaps the richest of his graces is our forgiveness, the wiping away of our sins and the redemption of our souls to be reconciled with our creator. Through Jesus blood REDEMPTION is made available to ALL of us. According to Romans 3:23, “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified by his grace as a gift, through the REDEMPTION that is in Christ Jesus.” We have been redeemed through salvation, and although our salvation cost Jesus everything, we receive it freely. As the song goes, “Oh to grace how great a debtor, daily I’m constrained to be.” We were bought with a price, Jesus’ precious blood, and we cannot do anything to earn this gift of grace, we simply must receive it and allow it to transform our lives.
Christ wants to redeem so much MORE than our "falling short of the glory of God." He came to redeem us from our brokenness. In our daily lives, redemption is an invitation from confinement to freedom, from anxiety to peace, from guilt to respect, from addiction to self control, from selfishness to servanthood, from depression to joy, from complacency to growth, from disobedience to honor, and from sickness to health.
Don’t you dare think there is anything in your life that is too ugly, shameful, or broken for God to heal and redeem. He was, is, and will be your Redeemer! (Job 19:25)
Psalm 107:2 says, “Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, whom he hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy”
This verse instructs us to proclaim and make known our redemption! Not just our salvation, but the continual redemptive work of God in our lives! What has God redeemed you from that you need to stand up and “say so?”
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