To the Mom at home trying to teach your children when you weren’t so good at school yourself… There’s grace for you.
To the Dad who is suffering with self worth because you were laid off from your job and feel its your role to provide for your family… There’s grace for you.
To the teenager who is struggling to stay focused to finish the school year… There’s grace for you.
To the entrepreneur that feels stuck in this season with no creativity to earn an income… There’s grace for you.
To the business owner that questions the entirety of your future and feels the burden of those you oversee… There’s grace for you.
To the sister or brother missing your sibling, but can’t travel to see them… There’s grace for you.
To the Parent who is getting overwhelmed with the baby crying, the student needing help and the spouse who is discouraged… There’s grace for you.
To the Pastor who is struggling not being able to come together with your congregation… There’s grace for you.
You may feel all out of sorts with the dynamic of church right now, but God is going to restructure how church is done and it will be better than before. And even in that… There’s grace for you.
To the lonely… To the weary… To the anxious… There’s grace for you.
In every season, there is a grace we can receive and walk in. Grace is not something we work towards or earn. Its not even something we deserve. Its given freely to us by God because He loves us.
(Ephesians 4:7) But to each one of us grace has been given as Christ apportioned it.
(Hebrews 4:16) Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.
(2 Corinthians 12:9) “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.”
Challenges are meant to change you. If everything came easy, where would the growth be?