And because I could not decide which one liked better, I am posting two versions of the same image:
“My soul, do you not love to dwell on that all-abounding grace! Your own insufficiency in everything, met with a divine “all-sufficiency in all things!”
Grace in all circumstances and situations!
Grace in all vicissitudes and changes!
Grace in all the varied phases of the Christian’s being!
Grace in sunshine — and in storm!
Grace in health — and in sickness!
Grace in life — and in death!
Grace for the old believer — and the young believer.
Grace for the tried believer, and the weak believer, and the tempted believer.
Grace for duty — and grace in duty.
Grace to carry the joyous cup with a steady hand — and grace to drink the bitter cup with an unmurmuring spirit!
Grace to have prosperity sanctified — and grace to say through tears, “May Your will be done!”
John MacDuff (source)
“God is able to make all grace abound toward you;
that you, always having all sufficiency in all things
— may abound to every good work.”
2 Corinthians 9:8
Soli Deo Gloria