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All of a sudden, I desperately needed a color coordinated bathroom.

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All of a sudden, I desperately needed a color coordinated bathroom.

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"For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. It teaches us to say "No" to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in the present age." [Titus 2:11-12]

Paul said, that it is the very same grace — God’s unmerited favor — that brought salvation to us in the first place that disciplines us. This means that all our responses to God’s dealings with us and all our practice of spiritual disciplines must be based on the knowledge that God is dealing with us in grace. And it means that all our effort to teach godly living and spiritual maturity to others must be grounded in grace. If we fail to teach that discipline is by grace, people will assume that it is by performance.. Another truth we see in Titus 2:11-12 is that salvation and spiritual discipline are inseparable. The grace that brings salvation to us also disciplines us. It does not do the one without the other. That is, God never saves people and leaves them alone to continue in their immaturity and sinful lifestyle. Those whom He saves, He disciplines. Philippians 1:6
 – Jerry Bridges, The Discipline of Grace

itsjaaanel:

"For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. It teaches us to say "No" to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in the present age." [Titus 2:11-12]

Paul said, that it is the very same grace — God’s unmerited favor — that brought salvation to us in the first place that disciplines us. This means that all our responses to God’s dealings with us and all our practice of spiritual disciplines must be based on the knowledge that God is dealing with us in grace. And it means that all our effort to teach godly living and spiritual maturity to others must be grounded in grace. If we fail to teach that discipline is by grace, people will assume that it is by performance.. Another truth we see in Titus 2:11-12 is that salvation and spiritual discipline are inseparable. The grace that brings salvation to us also disciplines us. It does not do the one without the other. That is, God never saves people and leaves them alone to continue in their immaturity and sinful lifestyle. Those whom He saves, He disciplines. Philippians 1:6
– Jerry Bridges, The Discipline of Grace

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But God is the God of the waves and the billows, and they are still His when they come over us; and again and again we have proved that the overwhelming thing does not overwhelm. Once more by His interposition deliverance came. We were cast down, but not destroyed.
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The things that we feel most deeply we ought to learn to be silent about, at least until we have talked them over thoroughly with God.
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