That in the ages to come He might show the exceeding riches of His grace in His kindness towards us through Christ Jesus.
Today's lesson study speaks of the time when God provides salvation to all who believe on His Son Jesus Christ and the richness received because of God's grace. It is well documented that all who believe is saved by God's grace through faith in Jesus Christ and this happens because of God's love and kindness toward all mankind. Only the repentant hearts get to receive the many blessings that come with being saved.
Believers are rich because we were first called by God and second consecrated back to God and now have a right standing with Him as our sins has been forgiven as all believers have been redeemed from a life of sin. Believers are rich in God's grace in that believers have the promise of eternal life which is living in the presence of God forever and have been made spiritually alive (1 Corinthians 1:13), whereas before we were dead to sin and under Satan's control. Being rich in God's grace believers have the Holy Spirit who is God living on the inside as He imparts His wisdom and knowledge as He serves as our guide, teacher and protector.
Because of God's grace believers have immeasurable riches.
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