January 2nd, 2019
Your Trial is No Match for God’s Grace
2 Corinthians 12:9 (KJB) And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.
There is no test any saved person will face in this world will be too much or too big for the grace of God to handle. It is true, nothing, zero, nada is bigger than God’s unlimited supernatural power and presence.
The sky is never the limit when it comes to an understanding of the supernatural working of the grace of God. God has shattered the glass ceiling with His unlimited and unmerited grace standing available for every spiritually humbled heart.
God’s supernatural power and strength are more than enough for any situation, adversity, or challenge. In fact, it is in the middle of hardships and troubling times that God’s power and strength can shine brightly. It is in our infirmities that God can work and rest upon us.
Just think for a moment about the life of the Apostle Paul, who divinely recorded this scripture verse above. He precipitously fell to the ground the very moment he acknowledged the holy and righteous presence of God. Paul was instantly humbled and cloaked in God’s grace this day as he traveled on the road to Damascus.
Paul was no lightweight but was found naturally empty and spiritually deficient in his natural heart. He fell to the ground instantly at encountering the power and presence of God thereby humbly seeing himself as measured against the holy and righteous nature of God.
From this day forward the Apostle Paul honestly saw himself against the pure light of God. Paul rejoiced in every situation, including adverse trials and temptations. God’s grace was more than sufficient to meet his every need and desire. Like Paul, your every trial and temptation are no match for the unlimited power of God.