Grace grace God’s grace…

30 Jun

Charles Spurgeon once said, “The limitless fullness of His [Christ] all-sufficiency is as free to the believer as the air he breathes.”  What a great way to describe the grace of Jesus that He gives to us.  It is a completely free gift that we are given if we will only receive it.  Jesus is so good to us in the since that we are freely offered this all-sufficient grace when we in no way deserve it.  This fact should inspire us to worship each time it enters our mind.  Jesus is worthy of everything that is within us, because He gave us everything within Him.

One thought that enters my mind, however, as I think of Spurgeon’s quote is how easy it is to take Jesus all-sufficiency for granted.  When was the last time that you intentionally thanked God for the air you breathe?  Not that we are ungrateful for it, but we just don’t acknowledge it.  And the fact of the matter is that Christ’s all-sufficiency, just like air, is too big and great of a gift not to intentionally thank God for.  I say this simply to remind us all, myself included, that everything about Jesus is a catalyst for worship.  I not only talking about singing songs of praise, but rather we can worship Jesus by showing others the grace that we have been shown in Him.  We can worship through service for the Kingdom of God.  We can worship through writing about God’s grace.  It is important to open your understanding of worship past simple songs.

Therefore, today let Jesus’ all-sufficient grace compel you to worship, and let that worship take on more facets than just songs.

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