GraceLife Thoughts for Easter 2012

The stone rolling away from the tomb

We started publishing GraceLife Thoughts on the Internet 17 years ago (March 1995). One of the great joys we’ve had during that time has been sharing about the Death, Burial and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ during the days leading up to Easter. As the Apostle Paul wrote so beautifully almost 2,000 years ago: Continue reading “GraceLife Thoughts for Easter 2012”


What We Have in Jesus (Pt 3)


We have EVERYTHING in Jesus!

The Apostle Paul is specific about the individual blessings God gives His children. The first he mentioned is that God chose us in Him “before the foundation of the world.” When we consider who we were before we were saved, God’s choosing us becomes an even larger blessing. Continue reading “What We Have in Jesus (Pt 3)”

The FEAR of the Lord – The KEY to Everything (Part 6)

God Inscription

Fear is real. It started with Adam being afraid of God in the Garden and every human being has had to deal with it since that time. You and I are afraid of something. It might be the dark or tight spaces. It might be taking a test or speaking in front of a group. We might be afraid of going to the hospital or dealing with violence. Everybody’s afraid of something. Continue reading “The FEAR of the Lord – The KEY to Everything (Part 6)”

The FEAR of the LORD – The KEY to Everything (Part 5)

God Inscription

Revelation is among the most neglected Books of the Bible. I say that not because people do not study or teach it, but because of how they study and teach it. The Revelation of Jesus Christ is an amazing prophetic guide into the future of the heavens and the earth. It is also a powerful revelation of Who Jesus Christ is and what He demands from His Church now. Continue reading “The FEAR of the LORD – The KEY to Everything (Part 5)”

Grace in the Workplace (Pt 5)

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49687542 – young people in the office

An Understanding of Being “In” Christ

We don’t have the physical, mental or emotional ability in and of ourselves to fulfill God’s Will in our lives. Thankfully, God doesn’t ask us to do that. God placed us “in” Christ and Christ “in” us so Christ would be the One doing the work through us. Our ministry is His ministry. Continue reading “Grace in the Workplace (Pt 5)”