Labouring under GRACE
Matt 20:1-16
Grace is a divine enablement.
Grace gives you what you don’t deserve, and makes you miss what you really deserve.
Grace is a platform through which the supernatural is released!
GRACE – God’s Riches at Christ’s Expense
Grace is a robust heavenly platform which has been made available to as many as are ready to plug in to it (1 Titus 2:11).
Where sin abounds, grace much more abounds (Rom. 5:20). Are you willing to connect to grace?
Grace is not an excuse to live an ungodly life (Rom. 6:1-2)
Grace is not an excuse from labour, it even enables you to labour more effectively.
You do nothing, you get nothing.
‘….I have laboured more abundantly than they all, yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me’ (1 Cor. 15:10).
Labour not for the meat that perishes, but for the meat that endures unto everlasting life… (John 6:27).
There is nothing wrong with labour, honestly, there is dignity in labour, as long as it is done under grace.
Labouring outside grace amounts to futility….the labour of the foolish weighs them down, because they don’t know how to go into the city! (Ecc. 10:15).
They that have entered into His rest have ceased from their own works as God did from His. Let us therefore labour to enter into His rest….(Heb. 4:10-11)
One of the people who plugged into grace is the Canaanite woman (Matt. 7:21-28; Mark 7:25-30)
Honestly, this woman didn’t deserve to be given what she requested for, but she went ahead of her generation, leveraged on GRACE and received the blessing from the Master.
The way God sees is not necessarily the way men see. Jesus said ‘The first shall be the last and the last shall be the first…’
The eleventh hour labourers keyed into GRACE! They knew they had just little time and they were willing to maximise the moment (Matt 20:1-16).
Are you a labourer in God’s vineyard?
Are you labouring into grace?
Are you totally dependent on God’s reward system?
How can I labour under Grace?
1. Accept Jesus as your Lord and Saviour.
2. Walk in holiness. Hunger and thirst after God’s righteousness.
3. Ask Him for grace to serve and commit yourself to service in God’s kingdom.
4. Humble yourself
5. Allow God to prepare you ahead.

        Resident  Pastor
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