Reblogged from Becoming the Oil & the Wine
At the Feet of Grace
This is the question that Jesus asked the accusers of the woman who was caught in the act of adultery (John 8:1-12).
The devil is called the accuser of the brethren, but throughout the ages, he seemed to target mostly women.
Is it because women are easily deceived?
The serpent made sure that he targeted Eve instead of Adam because he felt sure that he could easily influence her with his tricks.
The serpent was successful!
The woman was not the only person who had committed adultery.
Her partner in crime, the man, was allowed to walk away free while the woman was condemned to die a harsh death by stoning.
Return, O Lord, deliver me! Oh, save me for Your mercies’ sake! (Psalms 6:4)
The accusers, unknowingly, took the condemned woman and throw her at the feet of grace.
They did not know that sin and grace cannot abide together.
The mercy and grace of God will supersede, and you can depend on it. If God does not condemn you, neither can any man condemn you.
This is a great place to pause for a while to give God some praise.
Thank you, Lord! Hallelujah!
In spite of the negativity that surrounds women in this modern society, God wants them to know that they are highly favored.
Women stand firm and wait for your blessings.
Know that you are an overcomer.
You are valuable to God!
Yes, you are!
You are not a statistic!
You are not a victim!
Your role is not just to be a helper or to make up membership, but you are princesses of the heavenly King.
You are mothers of prince and kings!
You are a living walking miracles of God!
May 2019 Review
The month of May celebrated women and so most of the posts were focussed on encouraging women.
The most popular post in May is The Egyptians Whom You See Today, You Shall See Again No More Forever with forty-four likes and seven comments.
This is followed by Seven Reasons You Can Depend On The Promises Of God with Forty- two likes and sixteen comments.
Other popular posts during the month of May.
Once more, I wish to express my deepest gratitude to all my readers. You make this blog possible and God will honor and bless you for your continual support of this ministry. Thank you!