Monday, September 25, 2017


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Romans 3:28, 31(NLT)
28 So we are made right with God through faith and not by obeying the law.
31 Well then, if we emphasize faith, does this mean that we can forget about the law? Of course not! In fact, only when we have faith do we truly fulfill the law.

We don't add law to grace. Adding law to grace is like adding stew to jollof rice.

Something has to be wrong with that jollof, because real jollof already has enough tomato and pepper mixed into the rice, just as grace has the law written on the heart (see Heb 10:16 ).

Where real grace is taught, there is no need to teach this law and that law. That's like explaining a route street by street to someone who has GPS.

But there is a kind of 'jollof' being served today, that you have to add stew too. In fact, just drinking the stew alone is better than eating that kind of concoction.

If I have been taught of grace to bring every thought under the obedience of Christ, not to look lustfully and my heart cannot take lustful thinking without feeling grief and the need to be washed from unrighteousness....

Will I be among those discussing and analyzing what will happen if 'rapture' happens while someone is with the wrong woman?. Things that are not even discussed among legalists.

Go into today remembering that the grace of Christ produces, encourages, teaches, and enables with a righteousness that outstrips that of the law. That's why it does not need any addition from the law.
Prayer: Ask the Lord to help you walk in the fulness of His grace.
-Dr. Ebele Uzor Peters

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