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Grace Upon Grace

Today’s passage comes from John 1:16. It reads, “Out of his fullness we have all received grace in place of grace already given.” What a beautiful and powerful statement!

First, God has provided us with grace. The word “grace” can be defined as unmerited favor and mercy from God. Claiming this grace results from a personal relationship with Him, which means we have received the gift of forgiveness for our sins.

Second, this favor and mercy can help us receive more grace in the future. We are already blessed by the grace of God in our lives, but it’s possible to receive even more of His favor. We can do this by taking advantage of our daily opportunities to grow in our faith and learn more about God.

Third, we should all rejoice when we receive grace from God, for it is a sign that He loves us and cares for us. We can comfort that He is always there for us, no matter what.

In conclusion, let us remember what we have learned today from John 1:16. Claim the grace of God that has been given to you and use it to receive even more grace in your life. Rejoice in this gift, for it signifies His love and cares for us all. Thank you, and may God bless you. Amen!

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