Hebrews 4:16 (NLT) So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most.

A very wealthy king sent three of His servants to another city. They were to bring his goods from that city to their city within two days. He gave them sufficient money for their journey and for fueling their vehicles. Two of his servants arrived on time. The third servant was nowhere to be found. He showed up three days later after being apparently robbed and beaten up. He narrated to his boss how he ran out of fuel in the middle of the wilderness. His boss wasn’t very sympathetic with him; he said “I gave you more than enough money to buy fuel. You have failed, not because you are a bad person but because you failed to use the money I gave you to buy sufficient fuel at the right time and place. I am sorry, but you will not be promoted like your other colleagues who succeeded in their assignments”

Grace can also be defined as divine empowerment for exploits. It is the fuel with which we live goodly empowered lives on this earth. Many have fallen along the wayside because they failed to approach God’s throne to receive grace. Jesus has paid the price for grace; all you need to do is simply ask for mercy and seek for grace. The light with which we find grace is God’s word. God’s word generates the faith required to appropriate God’s grace.

God does not expect you to run this race by your own power, which is why He has provided unhindered access to His grace. All you need to do is ask, seek, and knock (see Mat 7:7).

Go into today determined to constantly ask your heavenly father for the grace you need in living the life that pleases Him and fulfills His assignments.

Prayer: Heavenly Father, I come before your throne today. I ask for mercy and grace. Amen.
—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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