Ephesians 2:7

"That in the ages to come He might shew the exceeding riches of his grace in his kindness toward us through Christ Jesus."

Ephesians 1:7 mentioned about “riches of His grace and now in Ephesians 2:7 above is indicating of exceeding riches of His grace. This shows that grace is able to proceed further and higher. The narrative of Grace can be said to be God’s benefits to mankind at the greatest and maximum cost level to God, because of the sacrifice of His only begotten Son, Jesus.

The cost to God is high because He used His only begotten Son for us to enjoy the benefits of grace at the maximum level. Therefore, the Cost – Benefits analysis with God is different from that of man, whereby cost is reduced to the minimum in order to maximize benefits. With God, the equation is Maximum Costs and Maximum Benefits. With men, the equation is Minimum Costs and Maximum Benefits.

Exceeding riches mean that there is more than enough of Christ’s riches to go round all mankind. Are you persuaded about this truth? That the exceeding riches of grace is through Jesus grace is huge and deep more than that of any mankind? If you are, then you are the next candidate for grace and its power, in Jesus Name.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for another day of grace, in Jesus Name.

2) Lord, by exceeding grace of God, let there be mercy for my generation to enter into the new dimension of blessing, in Jesus Name.

3) Father, this season, make me the next candidate for exceeding great grace, in Jesus Name.

4) Lord, let this season of great grace be my season that will move me to the uncommon next level of breakthrough, in Jesus Name.

5) Father arise and make my home a home of grace, in Jesus Name.

6) Lord, make my life a total life of grace, in Jesus Name.

7) Lord, let the power of grace be evident in every area of my life, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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"His grace is sufficient for thee..." 2 Cor 12: 9