“The grace of God offers man reconciliation for the pain resulting from My garden.
The grace of God has the price already paid by God.
The grace of God is as a white throw-cloth of fine linen falling on a table covering all which lies beneath.
The grace of God is as gentle as a falling snow flake,
is as gentle as the mist upon a mountain side,
is as gentle as the waning of the moon:
covering in their wisdom all which lies beneath until a change in time declares the changes underneath.
The grace of God is as the gentle sweeping of the tide overcoming the debris in the sand;
leaving the sand spotless;
leaving the sand presented:
clean and ready for the usage of the day.
The grace of God is for the spirit of man,
is for the soul of man,
is for the body of man.
The grace of God makes it possible for man to become the bride of Christ.
The grace of God makes it possible to discard the stumbles and the trips,
the dead ends of behaviour,
the willing compliance with the peers in gangs,
the sequence of events which terminate in despair or with the taking of a life.
The grace of God brings a new beginning,
brings freedom in the renewal from the freewill chaining of decisions –
onrushing to the soul,
engulfing for the spirit,
cleansing all the body of its habits and activities,
its dependencies and resolution failures,
its pain and suffering resulting.
The grace of God falls without recrimination,
falls to erase the implications of the past,
falls to install hope in the present,
falls to encourage faith in the future.
The grace of God is an accompaniment to the freewill gift of God,
is a freewill blessing inherent for the future walk of man –
as to where it leads,
as to why it leads,
as to how it leads.
The grace of God is assisted by My Spirit,
is resultant from a promise,
is practical in the progress of a life.
The grace of God changes the destiny of man,
is deleting of the default,
brings into play the destiny of righteous choice.
The grace of God is sympathetic and understanding,
is forthright and unequivocal,
is protective and reassuring.
The grace of God is the starting point of a journey filled with wonder,
of a journey filled with promises,
of a journey filled with gifts,
of a journey of escalation,
of a journey of experience,
of a journey of fulfilment,
of a journey with a purpose.
The grace of God is a journey into life,
is a journey without closure,
is a journey with the stars,
is a journey into being,
is a journey of significance,
is a journey with its landmarks,
is a journey with its way stations,
is a journey with its turning points well lit and pointing forth the way.
The grace of God has no points of failure leading to disaster,
is honouring of the freewill of man,
seeks willingness to enter into a permanent growth relationship with God.
The grace of God encourages the body to be converted to a temple,
to become a place dispensing flowing water known to quench the thirst,
to become a willing part of the edifice of God.
The grace of God introduces the gifts of My Spirit,
the counsel of My Spirit,
the presence of My Spirit.
The grace of God falls from heaven as the manna from the cross,
as the manna which feeds the present of man,
as the manna enabling man to attend his future as scheduled to be with God.
The grace of God is the commitment of God to the future with man in attendance within the family of God.
The grace of God is the gift to man making possible the preparation of man for existence with extension,
for the acquiring of knowledge necessary,
for the receiving of wisdom in application,
for the satisfactory completion of a journey well begun.
The grace of God is seeded from a heart of sorrow,
from a heart yearning for freedom,
from a heart prepared to change,
from a heart repentant,
from a heart seeking the birth of love within the mantle of The Living Loving God.”