Grace transforms us, leads us, and sustains us. It is the grace of God that calls us home; the grace of God that pays the price for our sins; and it is the grace of God that shapes and molds us into the image of Christ.
This week we began a new series called A Life of Grace. Over the coming weeks we will be talking about Paul’s letter to the Galatians. We began by talking about the transformative power of God’s grace. The beauty of the grace-filled life in Christ is that God meets us wherever we are and loves us enough not to leave us there.
Why does all this matter? Because people spend their lives trying to earn something that is freely given, and because people spend their lives convinced that because they don’t measure up, God couldn’t possibly love them. The grace of God changes us. It reveals to us who we are, but more importantly, it reveals to us who we are to God. I hope you’ll join us as we continue to explore the grace of God—as we seek to live A Life of Grace.