When we’ve tried every other way, we give ourselves—with sighs—to grace. We miss its beauty and its joy because we save it as our last resort, a life ring for the drowning.
We strive as though the goal was to use as little of God’s grace as possible, like salt on vegetables, or gas when heating homes.
But Jesus wants our joy “full-filled”: abundance is the sign of grace. The life that could be yours can now be yours—without delay, without the misery and thrashing.
God saves the desperate, but not because He needs us to be drowning. Enjoy His joy—beginning now—and lasting till forever.
And stay in grace.