You might be a Christian, if you ... are a grace-receiver.
What is grace, anyway? It's a gift from God we do not earn and do not deserve.
For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast. Ephesians 2:8-9
Nothing you can do makes you worthy of God's favor; it's a gift.
You just have to accept it.
He won't force you to take His gift. You are free to choose.
But why wouldn't you want everything God has for you?
I'm so glad you are here! Follow me each day as I attempt to define what a Christian is ... and isn't.
I'm always interested in your thoughts. Let me know if there is a word Christians use that you don't understand. I'd be interested to write about it.
This post was written for Day Seven of my A-Z Blogging Challenge series, "You Might Be a Christian ... from A-Z." Go here each day to see all of my posts each day as they go live.
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