Accepted or rejected


Ephesians 1:6 – “To the praise of the glory of His grace, by which He made us accepted in the Beloved.”

Rejection lies at the root of so many flaws in our lives. When people are rejected all the worst traits surface. Acceptance lies at the root of most of our progress and development.

Grace favors people and accepts them when they have done nothing to merit favor, even when they have behaved badly and done things to earn disfavor!

Grace ‘makes us’ acceptable and therfore highly favored by God. This means we are blessed, protected, given opportunities when all around us is a mess.

The grace of God is His glory. To bless the unblessed, to favor the disfavored, to accept the rejected – this is the glory of God.

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your wildest dreams


Ephesians 3:20 – “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us.”

God is able (not WILL) to do super-abundantly above our prayers – if we believe, obey and let the power of God, the Holy Spirit have His way in us. We need to be asking and thinking our dreams to God so He has something He can do super-abundantly above!

Let ‘to perceive & conceive’ = If you can see it you’ll birth it. If you birth it, it’ll happen.

This is clearly saying that our prayers are as loud as our thoughts in heaven. Our asking-declaring, and our dreaming need to be aligned.

The Power of the Holy Spirit is the key to bringing to pass the dreams God places in us.

Pray in the Spirit, follow the Spirit, live and walk and worship in the Spirit, be friends with the Holy Spirit. He’s the New Testament in power.

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God is good


Romans 11:21-23 – “Therefore consider the goodness and severity of God: on those you fell, severity; but toward you, goodness, if you continue in His goodness.”

God is good, to those who walk in faith. The Israelites experienced the severity of God because they walked in unbelief. Faith sees God’s goodness, unbelief His severity.

Faith connects you to God and His purposes. Unbelief disconnects us from God.

‘Falling from grace’ is moving from faith to works to try and please God.

Stay in faith & you’ll keep experiencing the goodness of God & you’ll stay connected to the Vine.

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