Grace Makes Us Increase With All The Increase of God; Part II

Grace Makes Us Increase With All The Increase of God; Part II

“You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.” (Phil. 2:5) INDEED, “You will go free, leaping with joy like calves let out to pasture.”(Malachi 4:2)

Part of Christians’ building blocks is ability to turn failures to achievements. Grace is the divine vehicle for the uncommon techniques to turn failures to achievements. Grow in grace means increase with all the increase of God. It calls for personal assignments. Grace teaches us to grow by admonishes us to mature. But though we must not despise the day of small things, we are not to be satisfied with it. A day of greater things is attainable; and if we do not aspire after it, we have reason to suspect even the reality of our religion. Spiritual principles may be weak, but if they are divine, they will evince it by a tendency to growth. Scriptures present this dynamic by every kind of growth. By human, we read of babes, little children, young men, and those of full age, who have their senses exercised, by reason of use, to discern both good and evil. (Heb. 5:14)

By vegetable growth, first the blade, then the ear, and after that the full corn in the ear; they shall spring as among the grass, as willows by the water courses; they shall grow as the lily, they shall grow as the vine. (Isa. 44:4; Hosea 14:5,7) By animal growth; they shall grow up as the calves of the stall. (Mal. 4:2; Jer. 46:21; 1 Sam. 6:7) You will agree perhaps, no creature of God is denied adequate potential for growth. We all have the potential perhaps for rapid increase, and observable tendency for further growth. God purposed our growth. You can think your way to failure and unhappiness, but you can also think your way to success and happiness. The world in which we live is not primarily determined by outward conditions and circumstances but by the thoughts that habitually occupy our minds. Think growth and please God. Remember, YOUR HEART PRODUCES WHAT YOU PLANT. (Jas 1:26)

I receive the Spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him, the eyes of my understanding being enlightened. And I am not conformed to this world but am transformed by the renewing of my mind. My mind is renewed by the Word of God. (Eph. 1:17,18; Rom. 12:2 & Mark 11:23)
Praise God!

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