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Here’s Your 90 second AM Devotional!
Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.
The writer of Hebrews reminds us that the God we serve is full of grace and mercy and those gifts adorn His throne. He beckons us all to come boldly as sons and daughters of the most High and receive those gifts freely.
Jesus is always for the underdog. The one. The lost. The hopeless. The downcast. The rejected. The broken. The loser. The scorned. The laughingstock. The poor. The helpless. The you. The me. That’s the God we serve. But He doesn’t want to force Himself on any of us, that is why we are compelled by this writer to “Come Boldly Before His Throne Of Grace!” We’re not being forced, remember; maybe the right word would be prodded. We’re being prodded to come like the child of a king who has no inhibitions that his father loves him and so he blasts unabashedly into any meeting room to say, “Hey dad I need the keys.” Or in this case, “Hey Dad, I need some GRACE, real bad!” Our hope is always “God’s Throne Of Grace.”
I’m knocking this AM. I feel a little old to demand anything after all You’ve done for me. However, I do need GRACE again today. Amen