Grace is unearned favor,in the study of Accounting we have what we call (unearned Revenue – which is receiving money for services to be provided in the future).when you apply to the grace as unearned favor,it means the grace of God gives us access to future benefits now,without any work done.
To access that unearned favor is simply by Trusting in Gods word,simply believing and applying the word in your life,gives you access to Gods unearned favor.
You don’t need to intercede for Grace,grace comes as I apply the word of God,as I do the word,as I make the word of God my first point of call,Grace also comes in the place of worship and fellowshipping with the brethren.
Sometimes you feel down and worn out,because of the pressure of life,the grace of God floods you like springs of living water.
David puts it better “when my heart is overwhelmed please lead me to the rock that is higher than I” Psalm 61:1-2.
Jesus is that rock higher than us,grace and truth came through Christ,so only through Christ can we experience the abundance of Gods grace,that comes with a supernatural empowerment.
“We must approach his throne of grace,to obtain mercy and find grace to help in the time of need. Hebrews 4:16”
No matter the situation,the fault or flaw,there is grace enough for you!
Stop trying to work it out all by yourself,the is grace enough,sufficient grace to get you through this period of your life,you can tap into this grace and experience rest and constant bliss.
The Grace of God is shown more powerfully in your weakness,Like Paul you might have a thorn in your flesh that bothers you and you have been crying to God to remove it,hear ye the word of The Lord “My grace is sufficient for you,for my power is made perfect in your weakness”.
So rejoice because your flaw gives the grace of God room to display its power,to display its abilities and strengths.
So like Paul instead of crying,glory in your weakness,praise in the midst of the flaws,that the power of Christ,Gods supernatural ability will show forth in you and through you. 2corinthians 12:9.