Day 13

Grace Day

from the I Am: Statements of Our Savior reading plan


Acts 4:12

BY She Reads Truth

Use today to pray, rest, and reflect on this week’s reading, giving thanks for the grace that is ours in Christ.

There is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to people by which we must be saved.
—Acts 4:12

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12 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Audrey Flores says:

    Thank you Churchmouse for reminding me that I need to be saying God not my God. Not I believe in Jesus. Firmly tell others that Jesus was crucified, died, and was raised again on the 3rd day.

  2. TC says:

    The end all is, in fact, Our personal decision – to follow and believe. People are just scared to make that decision. But, Ultimately, thats why He keeps reminding us of His Truth and His Love! I am greatful for his Grace (although some days i need the reminder….). Blessings to you.

  3. Kelly Chataine says:

    Praise to our God! The hive by my eye and the one under my chin never developed. No pain in my left arm today. I have approximately 8 areas but none of them are painful! God is so good all the time! All the time God is good!

    Praying for the SRT community!
    Praying for our Pastors, Ministers and missionaries!

  4. Aimee D says:

    Amen! Jesus saves!

  5. Shawn Parks says:

    One name, Jesus!
    One Great Shepherd, Jesus!
    One Light of the world, Jesus!
    One Way, Jesus!
    One Truth, Jesus!
    One Life, Jesus!
    One Bread of Life, Jesus!
    One True Vine, Jesus!
    One Gate, Jesus!
    One Resurrection!
    One Alpha, Jesus!
    One Omega, Jesus!
    One I Am, Jesus!
    One Savior, Jesus!
    “But you? Who do you say that I am?”
    You, my Lord, bought me back from the death of my own sin with Your own blood, to return me into the loving arms of my Father who created me to reflect Your glory in this world! You are my everything!

    1. Candi Salenieks says:

      ❤️❤️❤️

  6. Searching says:

    Well said, Churchmouse. Plain as day. So many, too too many, are still being deceived by the serpent – twisting and distorting, and dare I say outright changing, the Truth of God’s Word into lies, even in (maybe especially in) the church.

  7. Kelsey . says:

    No other way to salvation. Only the one way through Jesus.

  8. Churchmouse says:

    This is a black and white verse. No gray area open for debate. There is salvation in no one else. There is no other name. Jesus. He is the one and only. I believe in Him or I don’t. I am for Him or against Him. I am saved or I am not. I am going to spend eternity in heaven or in hell. My opinion on all of this does not matter. His Word does. I take Him at His Word or I do not. My destiny is determined by my decision. There is no bell curve. Harsh words? No. Honest words. Truth. Just what is needed in this world.

    1. Bessie H says:

      Black and white words, yes, but true nonetheless. In this world it feels like everything is relative. I hear the term “My truth” used. We are told to be tolerant. Christians are harshly condemned for making absolute statements.
      Churchmouse, your words are not your own, but our Almighty God’s. Jesus called out the lukewarm followers. He said that we must be a shining light on the hill, a beacon of hope to a dark world. It takes courage to stand up for what is right and true in this world, but God calls us to do that and says He will be with us. When Moses was afraid, God told him to tell them that “I AM sent him. We must do the same. You, precious ladies, are a great encouragement to me to stand strong for what is right. we stand together and support each other. God bless you all

      1. Mariah Simeroth says:

        Scripture is clear that Jesus is the one way to salvation yes. I don’t think that takes tolerance out of the equation though.

        Jesus himself “tolerated” many – tax collectors, prostitutes, children, legalistic Pharisees, etc.

        His rallying cry to the world before He departed was to care for His sheep and to make disciples. So simple. There were no stipulations around the “who.” He called us to love one another, regardless of (and I would say especially if) their lifestyles, beliefs, sexuality, cultural practices, ethnicity etc. look different than our own.

        If we are to show the world that Jesus is the one true way, what way is better than the acceptance, unconditional love, and forgiveness that He first showed us?

        Tolerance doesn’t mean forfeiting your values, or bending them to the will of other’s. It means meeting people where they’re at, regardless of our differences. As Jesus did for us.

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