Something is Different!

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed but something on the blog is different. Do you see it? Look carefully. Do you see it now?

The blog has a new name.

I was writing a post on the weekend when the title caught my eye.  “Moments of Grace.” And a still, small voice whispered to my soul. Not an audible voice, but a distinct sense of the Holy Spirit speaking. It went something like this:

Why have you called this “Moments of Grace”?

“Because it’s all about finding those brief glimpses of grace in the ordinary and the mundane,” I replied.

Why have you settled for brief moments of grace? I don’t just want you to catch fleeting glimpses of My grace. It’s My desire that you walk in My grace all day, every day.

It’s true! Life is not one giant cloud of checklist prayers and Bible reading plans and meetings and church services—with the odd sunbeam of God’s presence poking through. Don’t get me wrong. Those things are important. Essential, even. But it’s easy to make an empty religion out of them when God desires much more for us.

The Bible says, “Grace and peace be yours in abundance through the knowledge of God and of Jesus Christ our Lord” (2 Peter 1:2). There is an abundance of grace available to us—to walk in—to live in—every moment of every day.

When we invite Jesus into the ordinary, we find that the clouds scatter. Jesus wants us to live our lives dancing in the sunshine of His love. He calls us to a life overflowing with the abundance of His grace and peace. He wants to fill us and surround us and hold us close.

Every moment of every day.

So “Moments of Grace” is a thing of the past. Welcome to “The Grace-Filled Life”.

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