Tag: grace

What is Grace?

Grace: Jesus came to save man from sin Matthew 1:21 (KJV) “And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins.” God’s focus of love offers true grace and is designed to “save his people from their sins.” The Law reveals the […]

Does God Tolerate Sin?

Can I ask you a question? HOW DOES GOD SHOW HIS PATIENCE? Today because of the ignorance of God’s hatred of sin, and His nature of holiness, love, almighty power and grace for the Christian, many in the church have no clue of what God’s amazing patience toward them entails. Here is  the truth that […]

What Are Charismatic Spiritual Gifts?

Guidelines For Immature Believers: True Charismatic Spiritual Gifts, Maybe NOT What You Think The real charismatic gifts are not what you think! Romans 12 gives the list of charismatic gifts and they do not include tongues, healings, or uncontrolled laughs or signs. “Charis” is grace from the Greek language and “charisma” translates as “gift.” These […]

You Are Equipped by Spiritual Gifts

Guidelines For Immature Believers: Grace Gifts, One For Every Believer! Let’s first read from the Bible. 1 Corinthians 12:1, 4-6 1 Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I do not want you to be ignorant: 4 There are diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit. 5 There are differences of ministries, but the same Lord. 6 […]

God’s Patience: Does God Tolerate Sin? Part 1

  Today because of the ignorance of God’s hatred of sin, and His nature of holiness, love, almighty power and grace for the Christian, many in the church have no clue of what God’s amazing patience toward them entails. Here is  the truth that many miss, God’s love without failure; compels, pushes, controls, and empowers […]

God’s Patience: Does God Tolerate Sin? Part 2

  God does not tolerate sin, instead He pours out grace to His Narrow Road Followers. Here is the truth that many miss, God’s love without failure; compels, pushes, controls, and empowers the narrow road follower of Jesus to walk in righteousness, not live in constant sin. For example, the apostle Paul states, “Now you […]