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God’s Promise Arrives as a Pure Gift

Here’s how to receive it

Photo by David Everett Strickler on Unsplash

When you receive a gift the keyword is ‘receive.’ You don’t work for a gift, earn a gift, beg for a gift, demand a gift, manifest a gift, or finagle a gift. You simply receive it. But human nature — particularly for those of us who are hard-wired to earn or prove our worth — drives us to think we have to work for what the Bible says is already ours in Christ.

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Mary Gallagher

Mary Gallagher

Simplify. Because life is too short to spend time and energy on things that don’t matter. https://simplelifesimplefaith.com

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