For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are – yet was without sin.
Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need – Hebrews, Chapter 4, verses 15 & 16 (NIV).

God understands what we are passing through. His Son, Jesus our High Priest, walked in our shoes during His earthly ministry and experienced the same temptations and difficulties we are facing. He knows how to bring us out triumphantly.

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There may be people and places where help may purportedly be got from, but many of them are offering Greek gifts that further ensnare people and lead to their destruction. So, take that problem to Jesus today. More mercy and grace than your situation demands will be released to you so that you will not only overcome your challenge, you’ll be able to assist others in theirs.

But before you can do this during life’s storms and be assured of the results our theme scriptures above promise, you need to acknowledge that you are a sinner, repent and accept Jesus as your Lord and Saviour if you haven’t done so. The Bible reminds us that God is not deaf or powerless to help us but our sins have separated us from Him such that He does not answer when we call – (Isaiah 59:1 & 2).

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The only way to bridge the gap created between us and God by sin is by receiving cleansing through the blood of Jesus. In his first epistle, the apostle Peter declares as follows:

“knowing that you were ransomed from the futile ways inherited from your forefathers, not with perishable things such as silver or gold, but with the precious blood of Christ, like that of a lamb without blemish or spot” – 1 Peter 1:18 & 19 (ESV).

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Surrender your life to the Lord Jesus today and come confidently to God when the billows rage. He will respond and you will know that He is indeed a faithful Father and God.

Amen in Jesus’ name.










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  • Daniel Nyoung

    Thank God you’re a teacher ma, at least teaching and reminding people of the kingdom and the call they must respond to.

  • tara8910

    There is power in the gospel. You laid this out beautifully.

  • Precious

    You are a Blessing to Me.

  • I was on CWBU on FB tonight. I love your blog which honors God and emphasizes prayer. I’m at Tablet of your Heart on WordPress and FB. Blessings!

    • Edith Ohaja

      Thanks a lot for visiting, Myrna! Have seen your blog and page. You’re doing a great job. More grace, my dear, in Jesus’ name. xoxo

  • Akabuike Chisom

    Your comment MA, always reminds me of where am lacking In my relationship with God and after reading it always gives me the strength to go back and make amends. Thank you Ma and God continue to bless you

  • You have really been a source of inspiration to me. I read this post and I know in my heart the essence of this message because am a product of grace and his grace has kept me.

  • Kat

    This post makes me want to cry. It’s reassuring to know that Christ understands how difficult it is to overcome sin as earthly beings because he had once experienced temptation here on earth himself. It’s like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders knowing I can come boldly to the throne of grace and obtain mercy, not only mercy, but also grace. A sinner like me. I’m grateful for an opportunity like this so I’ll go unto the throne of grace to obtain forgiveness and pray that he considers me worthy of his mercy. I’m so blessed by this post this morning. I love you for it aunty .Thank you

  • Odeh faith elakeche

    I’m so in love with all your posts, ma! Had to read this over and over again having Christ and believing in him is the greatest achievement ever. Being a product of his grace is everything for me!

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