Access to the abundant life comes through abiding, not striving.
Abundance isn’t just surviving or sustaining; to experience abundance is to flourish (whether in internal or external conditions). Abundance looks like overgrowth.
God can change your circumstances in a moment. He turns deserts into springs.
There is no parallel to God's word in its ability to fan the flames of our imaginations.
Even when we’re crying out in the agony of our circumstances, we can still turn to God with peace and confidence. Remembering testimonies of His past faithfulness helps guard our hearts.
When we face losses, it’s easy to focus on our pain and anxiety. But that’s the time to focus on God. He isn’t done yet!
We're invited to rejoice in the Lord, even in the midst of loss. Rejoicing shifts our focus away from our circumstances and towards the One who gives us hope.
When tough times come, we need to look past the “facts” of our situation. Instead, we must focus on the truths of who God is and who we are in Him.
Habakkuk lived in a society riddled with violence and injustice. Sound familiar? On the brink of utter despair, Habakkuk questions God’s faithfulness. God responds in an unexpected way and we learn...
We don't have to live life on an emotional roller coaster of ups and downs. We can choose to dwell in God's all-consuming peace.
God's words produce life and fruitfulness in us.
The old you died with Christ on the cross, and He gave you a new nature - His nature.
To choose life is to choose God.
You are made right with God simply by believing in Jesus, who has made you right.
We do not become more righteous through our “works”, or good deeds. We have already been made righteous through our faith in Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for us on the cross. He calls us to rest...
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Grace Food Pantry
6630 Bay Circle, Suite A
Norcross, GA 30071