Galatians 3 v 1 - 7

From the supposedly saintly figure of Jan Vanier to the worst criminal in prison, all humanity stand before God in one sense naked, wretched, sinful. When we become believers through faith in God's promise we may or may not receive visible signs of the Holy Spirit's blessing, but the objective fact is we are now wrapped around by Jesus Christ, one in Him, and so we stand before God as fully accepted, even welcomed THROUGH THE GRACE OF GOD. The whole Trinity has bowed its focus on to broken human beings and has raised them up to abundant living! Not to us, but to the blessed Trinity belongs all glory!

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