21 Days Of Grace For The Pace


On the Verge of a Meltdown?

“But because God was so gracious, so very generous, here I am. And I’m not about to let his grace go to waste. Haven’t I worked hard trying to do more than any of the others? Even then, my work didn’t amount to all that much. It was God giving me the work to do, God giving me the energy to do it.”

 1 Corinthians 15:10

Thank God for grace! If you've been running at a rapid pace, burning the candle at both ends and living with very little personal margin lately, be encouraged. You don't have to have a meltdown; you can tap into this empowering dimension of God's grace.

When you're living a very busy life that seems to be on-the-go more than you'd like, at times, things can get hectic. You face legitimate demands on your time, which also pulls on your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual quotient. With business meetings, appointments, family obligations, household chores, duties and every unexpected thing that comes up on your daily schedule, life is just plain busy. What can you do?

Here are two options:

Option A: Have a Major Meltdown

 Option B: Get Grace for the Pace

Sometimes Option A doesn't sound too bad. The thought of having a meltdown, a pity party or a crying like a baby sounds tempting at times, but who really wants to live like that?

There's a better way, Option B. Just run to the Throne of God's Grace and load up. God always dispenses grace to those who come and get it. When you access God's grace by faith, He will supernaturally download His strength into your very spirit enabling you to do what you thought you couldn't. He will increase your margin and give you His ability to do what seemed humanly impossible. His power will strengthen your inner man. When you are weak, He will give you His strength.

Have you tapped into His grace lately? If you're on the verge of a meltdown, go to God's Throne of Grace and obtain His grace, today!

"Father, I run to Your Throne of Grace right now. I need Your grace, Your ability and Your power to help me do all that is set before me. Let it work supernaturally in me. I receive it now! In Jesus' Name. Amen."