It is certain that death ruled because of one person’s failure. It’s even more certain that those who receive God’s overflowing kindness and the gift of his approval will rule in life because of one person, Jesus Christ. Romans 5:17 Gods Word
In the midst of these global shaking coming on this generation; the pandemic, religious extremism, the rage of Satanism and multiplied evil on multiplied fronts. It is good to note that regardless of the challenges confronting us, God’s grace is available in abundance to cause us to live a triumphant life by reigning as kings.
Our focal scripture lets us know today that grace is the protocol by which believers in Christ reign in the midst of overwhelming challenges. Reigning in life is not the absence of challenges; it is making notable progress in spite of them. God never promised us a life void of challenges and difficulties, what He does promise is to go through them and come out triumphantly. We are to triumph over challenges by using them as stepping stones to reigning in life.
The catchy phrase in our text today is not just receiving grace and the gift of righteousness, but receiving it in an overflowing measure, it will take the abundance of grace for us to reign as kings. It is the abundance of this grace that renders every hindrance a stepping stone. The one that have abundance of grace can overcome any obstacle; in the same degree the person without it finds every obstacle a stopping point. Our victory is life is not determined by the size of giants we face; it is determined by the abundance of grace we receive in order to face the giant. There is grace available in Jesus, approach the throne with boldness and download all the grace you need.
I Declare: I have received the abundance of grace and have been made right with God. I reign in life as a king. i have the DNA of a winner. I am wearing a crown of dominion. Royal blood flows through my veins, all my needs are provided for, I reign in this life.
Ignite Thought: Our victory in life is not determined by the size of the giants we face; it is determined by the abundance of grace we receive.