This isn’t a question you ever want find yourself asking. But if you ever do, it’s not the end of the world.
We’re diving into this again…buckle up!
A lesson learned on my “not-so” day off…
“God doesn’t dangle growth in grace before you like a spiritual lure that’s always enticing but never enjoyed. He promises thru His word that actual progress in godliness is possible.” ~ Donald S. Whitney
“It’s crucial—crucial—to understand that it’s not our pursuit of holiness that qualifies us to see the Lord. Rather, we are qualified to see the Lord by the Lord, not by good things we do. We […]
“The sinner does not need more grace than the saint, nor does the immature and undisciplined believer need more than the godly, zealous missionary. We all need the same amount of grace…because the ‘currency’ of […]
"People love to sing the hymn 'Amazing Grace'. But you can't really sing 'Amazing Grace' unless you consider your amazing mess. We can't talk about how great His love is until we talk how horrible our sins are. We can't just absentmindedly praise Him for His love and His grace without realizing what His grace is covering."~ Tye Tribbett
"I think we have the wrong idea about God's grace. God's grace isn't you seeing what you can get away with and still go to heaven. There are plenty of things you can do that you won't go to hell for, but that your life will still suffer from."~ Tye Tribbett
"As followers of Jesus, we need to represent the grace and love that we keep talking about. Otherwise, we should just stop talking about it."~ Leighton Flowers
"The grace that has freed us from bondage to sin is desperately needed to free us from our bondage to materialism."~ Randy Alcorn