March – Month of Grace and Faith

Ex 33:12 Psalm 84:11 Zac 4:7   Hab 2:4 Rom 1:5,17 , 5:2 , 1 Cor 15:10,  2 Cor 8:7  Eph 2:8, 1 Tim 1:2, 14 Mk 5:34 Gal 5:5-6,22. So much talk have been echoing from the Christian camp on the subject of grace and faith. We need a revelational knowledge and divine understanding to maximize the fullness of these awesome blessings. In all of your Christian life, it takes grace and faith to lay hold on eternal life and its blessings. Grace is what God has provided  for us  through the atoning or redemptive work of Jesus Christ on the cross. Faith is our active or positive response to what grace has provided. Both work together. Your faith will enhance your obedience towards God. Faith works by love. With faith as your shield and weapon, you will quench every darts of the wicked and reign over him. The Grace of God will multiply in you and your faith will grow stronger. Every Christian call is by grace through  faith. It cannot be any other way. That’s why those who neglect this simply but dynamic and powerful elements never make any headway in their Christian journey. Faith is to a Christian what oxygen is to living. The major law in the kingdom of God is “according to your faith, be it unto you”. Faith is a great force behind a Christian. To be faithless means to be sinful and no true Christian want to live in sin. Christianity is a faith walk. You have been programmed in such a way that you cannot do anything in life without faith. God brought to to His throne of grace but it is faith that will keep us enjoying what the Grace offers. Faith is God’s instrument for liberation. No wonder the enemy works very hard to attack your faith. Faith is not only for liberation but also for exploits, battles and for living. Faith has its origin and source from the Word of God. The Word of God is faith that produces great result when applied rightly. When you live by grace and faith, Grace will be multiplied upon you and faith will do is work. You will enjoy an undeniable breakthrough and blessing. 1 John 5:4