Scared you are not going to do well in that interview?
You need Grace.
Scared that test is going to be a big flop?
You need Grace.
Scared about the concept of marriage?
The thought of being a wife?
– do I have to cook?
– do I have to clean??
– how am I going to raise children???
– how at all can I be a wife????
O Jesus, help me!
Relax, the answer is simple:
Ask for Grace.
In this Easter period, the word Grace has been impressed in my spirit. This Grace, this unmerited favour of God is what is what Christ Jesus did for us on the cross of calvary.
The Grace of Salvation.
Think about it; how at all did you merit God-in-flesh- to die for you?
Your great personality?
How at all did you merit that guy falling in love with you?
But for Grace.
When a woman has Grace, things just work out without her having to do much.
Queen Esther is a great example of a woman of Grace. Out of all the women picked for the king, she was chosen!
Now Esther was winning favor in the eyes of all who saw her. And when Esther was taken to King Ahasuerus… the king loved her more than all the women, and she won grace and favor in his sight more than all the virgins, so that he set a royal crown on her head and made her Queen instead of Vashti (ESV Esther 2:15-17)
Even though Bible records her to be beautiful, I’ll bet there were even more beautiful women in cue for the king but she was chosen. That man you are courting, who is faithful and true to you, it’s not by anything you have Queen, but by Grace.
Appreciate this, and join in on this Queen Esther Preparation journey to honour him.
Grace will allow you to do things that makes you look like a wonder woman:
Join me pray in this Queen Esther Preparation journey;
Lord Jesus, Thank you for all you did for us on the cross of calvary. Thank you for the Grace of salvation. It’s a gift I treasure. Thank you that you rose again and have granted me dominion on this earth to rule and reign. I bless you for this. And I ask that you shall make me a woman of Grace. In Jesus name, Amen!
I pray to be a woman full of Grace as a lifestyle; what of you?
Jesus loves you and I do too,
Queens in Christ,