Do you recall what it felt like to be spiritually dead, thinking you were alive? What has changed since that time? Or if you have not yet accepted Christ’s invitation of grace and mercy, what is hindering you from receiving this gift?
In light of God’s free gift of grace, how do you express gratitude to God?
In Ephesians 2:10 it says, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” What do you think are those good works you are intended to do, and how are you living that out?
What is something you hope for in your future?
Thank You, Father, for being so rich in mercy that You gave Your only Son, Jesus, that I might have life. When I was lost in darkness, You brought eternal light. When I was trapped in dead-end ways of life, You provided an escape. Though my spirit was dead, You breathed life into me. Your love made a way.
Jesus, thank You for becoming the way, the truth, and the life. Moved with compassion and motivated by mercy, You sacrificed Your life to bring us into relationship with God. Your life, death, and resurrection have become my salvation.
Until You come to finish the good work You’ve begun in me, I ask that You continue saving me this day, Lord. Save me from my wanderings. Save me from my pride. Save me from jealousy, greed, lust, and every kind of evil. I need You today. Amen.
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