Lisa A. Philosophia
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Daily devotional. Divine favor. Unmerited favor. Legalism. Faith to faith. Faith defined. Two things Divine Favor will do in you – Glory & Grace. Divine favor will change everything about any man on living on this earth.
His favor was extended to us to bring us out of our misery into an abundant life that transcends our imagination.Sadly, many believers function on the first step of favor and never enjoy the fullness of the second dimension of God’s favor in Christ. A Prophetic duality. Unmerited Favor For Broken Humanity – Glory & Grace. Grace is God’s unmerited favor.
Almost everyone in the Christian circle knows that or at least should have known that. It is hard to capture the entirety of the grace of God in a statement of definition. God's Favor is yours here and now! – Glory & Grace. God’s favor for all men, everywhere has come to us.
The Lord stands with open arms of love and grace to welcome disenfranchised, broken humanity to Himself. And when we come home, He has a banquet feasts of precious things ready for us. God’s favor is real You might be tempted to thing divine favor is simply a religious cliche to make us feel better as believers. Favor is real and has tangible effects both on our present life here and now and on the life to come. Legalism in Church-An Archenemy of Grace- Glory & Grace. Legalism is attempting to earn salvation, God’s blessings or His favor by trying to obey God’s laws.
I would encourage you not to focus on the terms “legalism” or “legalistic” because they can easily be perceived as an attempt “to label”. I have been legalistic before as a Christian and would never have wanted someone to use that term on me! As you read this article, seek to understand the concept or the idea of legalism as given to us in the scripture, rather than focus on its definition or the terms themselves.
What is legalism?