This is what the Lord says:
“In the time of my favor I will answer you,
and in the day of salvation I will help you;
I will keep you and will make you
to be a covenant for the people,
to restore the land
and to reassign its desolate inheritances,
Live your life repaying the grace that God, who is omnipotent and omniscient, has bestowed on you until now. God Almighty has loved you and lived for you more than for Himself. You should know His deep heart, love Him, and live your life acting on His Word and repaying His grace. He helped you in the days of your pain and tribulation; He helped you to avoid the world of eternal suffering. He gave you grace in times of grace, He loved you in times of love, He saved you on the days of salvation, and He helped you in times of poverty to make you rich. God, together with the Holy Spirit and the Savior, have bestowed grace upon you.
Don’t Just Receive Grace; Repay It
You shouldn’t live just receiving God’s grace. You need to repay His grace as you live your life. Your life needs to reflect the grace that you’ve received. The grace that God, the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Son gave us is greater than the earth because the Trinity have even given us the kingdom of heaven as our inheritance.
God created the heavens, the earth, and all nature, and He created the planet Earth and made a beautiful environment for us. He sent the Savior and saved us through him, He gave us the Word according to the times, He helped us through all sorts of difficulties, suffering, and pain, and He has even helped us to escape death. He has helped us through people and nature. He has loved us more than Himself, lavishing boundless grace upon us. If you fail to realize this tremendous grace, you will live only receiving it.
Remember God’s Grace
You need to think about the grace God has given you. You need to want to know about His grace. Then you will realize and remember the things He has done. As you grow up, think about all these things and live your life to repay that grace from God, the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Son. Think about everything God has done for you one by one in reality and be awed by it. Do even one percent of what God has done for you, and live your life to repay that grace. Then both God and the Holy Spirit will feel more rewarded, and They will continue to bestow grace upon you.
Avoid Difficulty by Repaying God’s Grace
If you carry out the work God has entrusted to you with the attitude that you are repaying the grace you received from God, the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Son, you won’t have a hard time. Instead, you will feel joyful and have the strength to do God’s work. Apostle Paul did as much as he suffered for the sake of saving lives in Jesus Christ’s name. Like Paul, receive the grace God gave you and take action diligently.
How to Repay God’s Grace
Each of you should repay God’s grace as much as you have received it according to the Holy Spirit’s inspiration. Save lives by preaching the gospel. Testify about how God, the Holy Spirit, and the Savior have given you grace. Write those stories of love with the Trinity in books so that others will also receive grace from what God has done for you. Help your church and care for the people and the building itself however you can, making these contributions an offering to God.
Even those who believe in God and receive a lot of grace from Him still don’t really know about the life of repaying that grace, so they don’t live that way. However, if you live your life to repay the grace God has given you, very deep things that you haven’t even thought about will be fulfilled. Such a life will lead your physical body to prosperity, and it will also lead your spirit to gain eternal blessings and spiritual radiance.