Apostle Grace Lubega
1 Peter 1:13 (KJV); Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ;
God has created each of us to be unique. This uniqueness manifests through the different graces that God has bestowed upon each of us in our individual distinctiveness.
These kinds of graces are what our theme scripture makes reference to. Grace comes with the revelation of Jesus Christ.
This means that revelation begets distinction.
A brief sojourn down the path of church history makes this truth patently clear. Smith Wigglesworth is called the apostle of Faith because in the revelation of faith was his distinction. Kenneth Hagin is referred to as the Father of the Word of Faith movement because therein was his revelation.
God has not made us to be cheap copies of great originals.
In a world of many voices, grace gives deeper meaning to your voice making it specially identifiable out of multitudes of voices.
Grace is what will draw many people to receive from you because of the uniqueness of your testimony.
As Christ is revealed to you, He amplifies that which sets you apart from the crowd
FURTHER STUDY: 1 Corinthians 14:7, 1 Peter 2:9
GOLDEN NUGGET: Grace is what will draw many people to receive from you because of the uniqueness of your testimony. As Christ is revealed to you, He amplifies that which sets you apart from the crowd.
PRAYER: Loving Father, I thank You for this truth. Thank You for who I am and the special graces that are at work in my life. I am different and consistently stand out of the crowd because of the revelation of Christ in my spirit, in Jesus’ name, Amen.