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The grace of God and five Part One These articles are on the number 5. Most people reading this already  know that this means grace. Grace is what saved us and it is what we  will be experiencing for all eternity. A few years ago God gave me a  vision about grace and I never forgot this because it was so vivid. I comprehend but love to experience. I have gone over four numbers so far and I am most excited  about  explaining this topic. I have heard people say "Too much  grace is not  good," yet as I read the Bible I find this statement to be  incorrect from  God to His Children.  It is true in one respect that we have to live our lives but  to put limits on  the grace of God sounds impossible to me. We cannot  understand how  much God really does love us. I recently went over the number 4 and explained from  a worldly point of  view that in essence we are surrounded by four walls . That is a prison.  I also went over the transcen


                                                The grace of God and five Part Two  This world knows almost nothing about the grace of God. That is why it is an honor to write about this because I know in this hopeless planet people will come at the foot of the cross and accept Jesus Christ as their very own personal Savior in their heart if Christians present this subject correctly. There is a problem with the way the message of salvation is presented today.Works are empathized over grace and without a doubt this theme appeals to the adamic nature of the spirit rather than a real need for Jesus Christ. What is missing is (5) grace.  I just went over how examples of (5) were used as Jesus Christ walked thought planet earth in His earthly ministry. What a blessing to read the words of our Savior. I would like to give you a few more Bible truths and how it relates to this amazing principle of (5) grace.  The life of Abram just speaks of the grace of God from his conversion to the

Children of the 1930 and 1940

Children of the 1930s & 1940s "The Last Ones" A Short Memoir   Born in the 1930s and early 1940s, we   exist as a very special age cohort. We are the “last ones.” We   are the last, climbing out of the depression, who can remember   the winds of war and the war itself with fathers and uncles   going off. We are the last to remember ration books for   everything from sugar to shoes to stoves. We saved tin foil   and poured fat into tin cans. We saw cars up on blocks because   tires weren’t available. My mother delivered milk in a horse   drawn cart.     We are the last to hear Roosevelt’s   radio assurances and to see gold stars in the front windows of   our grieving neighbors. We can also remember the parades on   August 15, 1945; VJ Day.   We saw the ‘boys’ home from the war   build their Cape Cod style houses, pouring the cellar, tar   papering it over and living there until they could afford the   time and money to build it out.   We are the last

Saturday's Inspiration

Saturday’s Inspiration Our Gifts Are For Encouraging Help us, Lord, to see ourselves Through your loving eyes, To see what you see in us And to come to realize That everything that we possess Comes directly from you, The gifts, the talents you've placed within Are there for us to use To reach with hope to those that hurt, To those who've lost their way It's your gifts, Lord, they're not our own, So take them, Lord, we pray And use them for your glory, So others may be blessed And have their spirits lifted And their souls also refreshed So they can then be challenged To seek more after you, To be much more empowered For whatever they may do For each of us have talents That God has placed within So we can encourage others To have a closer walk with Him And as we encourage another, We can be encouraged ourselves, For there needs to be a continual flow And a continual pouring out And as we do this, we will find Insecurities will disappear And we’ll be


I was reading the Bible and I came across a really pivotal passage for the times we are living in now. "Therefore the redeemed of the Lord shall return, and come with singing unto Zion; and everlasting joy shall be upon their head; they shall obtain gladness and joy; and sorrow and mourning shall flee away. Isaiah 51:11. Look at the first sentence....." The redeemed of the Lord." Jesus Christ paid our price when we could not pay for our sins. We were redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus because of our faith in Him. That alone is cause for us to be jumping up and down with joy all day long. We were separated from God because of our sin and were headed to hell which is a horrible place. One day Jesus shows up and saves us from our sins. We became a new creature in Him. The basic understanding I am getting from this passage is after we get redeemed many parts of us (mind, body, soul) go through hardships in life. This verse implies the birth, death and

Thursday Prayer

The  Alabaster Quill Thursday's Prayer Lord heal us from spiritual blindness, slothfulness, playfulness, hoping it will all just go away. Things that are happening in the world today are pointing to the return of our Saviour more than ever and He could return at any moment. Don’t turn into scoffers because people have been looking for Him for over two thousand years and He hasn’t returned. Lord help us get our houses in order and always be waiting and watching for Your return.  Fill our hearts and mouths with prayer for the lost. In Jesus Name I pray, amen. 2 Peter 3:3 Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, Isaiah 43:8 Bring forth the blind people that have eyes, and the deaf that have ears. Matthew 25:13 Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh. Matthew 24:36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.