Grace can be defined as unmerited divine assistance given to humans; it is a virtuecoming from God.
It can also be defined as unmerited favour, God’s free action for the benefit of His people.
John 1 vs 16 – 17, 2 Cor 9 vs 8 – 10, 2 Cor 4 vs 8 – 9.
But it may be good to know that before grace to be in operation, willingness comes first, and in most cases the willingness is the seed.
Grace from its definition denotes that it can only be given by God to His children
Brethren, God will not bless anything, but the bible makes it clear that God is the owner of both seed and the bread. 2 Cor 9 vs 10. But the seed has to be sown by an individual first, before we can see the result as bread.
So for the grace to prosper to come upon you, you must have sown the seed of prosperity.
Grace to evangelise comes upon you after you have stepped out to preach the word Mat 28 vs 19 – 20.
Grace to pray only comes upon you after you start to pray, fasting after you begin to fast, faith after you start to exercise your faith.
By the mercy of God, I pray that abundant grace to prosper, to flourish, to overcome, to evangelise, for a breakthrough, to fast like never before, to pray and
God is waiting for you to sow that seed, and His grace will multiply the seed sown byyou and grant you a harvest that is beyond your imagination.
Gen 8 vs 22, as long as the earth remains seed time and harvest … will not cease.
Brethren, let us wake up and tap into this season of abundant grace that will make us do things with little effort or mostly effortlessly.
The time of favour has finally come, and all labours will yield a harvest beyond our imaginations, due to His more than enough grace in Jesus powerful name.
The sermon, Grace, was delivered on December 9, 2018.