His Grace Is Sufficient For Every Day –

“Satan tells me I am unworthy; but I always was unworthy, and yet You have long loved me; and therefore my unworthiness cannot be a barrier to having fellowship with You now.” -Daily Devotional, Truth For Life

I feel as though grace is a topic that I’m constantly writing about here on the blog, but I can’t really apologize for that. His love in saving us and making us a part of His family when we are so unworthy is a concept that should be on our minds always.

At the same time, over-focusing on our unworthiness can lead us down a road of doubt and frustration. God chooses to love us and to bring us into His family, fully aware of our fallen state. We cannot allow ourselves to pull away from God because of this unworthiness, instead – as we consider His grace and love – our hearts should be filled with deep love and a desire to serve Him with all we are.

And true, we won’t serve Him perfectly, but His grace is sufficient for every day.

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-Rachel Allison


  1. Vera Forde says:

    It’s amazing! God dishes out new grace every morning sufficient for the day, enough to cover all our sins and provide for all our needs. Just like mana in the desert for the children of Israel, today’s collection is just for today, tomorrow brings another abundant supply. What an amazing God!.

  2. Kevin says:

    Right on Sweetie! “When Satan tempts me to despair, and tells me of the guilt within, Upward I look and see Him there, Who made an end to all my sin!”

  3. Ania says:

    Hey πŸ™‚ Ania here. It’s amazing how God gets through to me always! It’s perfect timing. I was just so frustrated and a little depressed about me and my sin, and failure, how I can’t do things right and can’t start over. And right then I saw this post in email-box, and that’s exactly, but really EXACTLY what I needed.
    Thank you, I also really like this song πŸ˜‰

    • Hey Ania! πŸ™‚ I’m so encouraged to hear how this came exactly when you needed it. It is something that I’ve been struggling with a lot lately and I’m glad to know that God is using this struggle to encourage your heart as well. We’re on this road together and I’m glad we can help each other along the way. πŸ™‚ Thanks for reading, friend! πŸ™‚

      • Ania says:

        Thanks for your reply πŸ™‚ i really like to read replies :);)
        Anyways God’s grace is indeed sufficient for every day. I hope I would always trust Him, always believe Him, always focus on Him. But I don’t, sadly. I feel so tempted by the world, by everything, I feel so weak in my faith. I don’t really know the exact momment when I became a Christian, as I was raised in a Christian family (my Dad’s even a pastor). And now I just feel so weak, like God was far away, and I struggle with sin also. Praying for you! πŸ™‚ God Bless, Ania

        • You’re very welcome(: I enjoy writing them. πŸ˜‰
          I feel as though, in your comment, you are using the very words that are often in my heart. Growing up in a Christian family (with a pastor father) as well, I completely understand when you say that you’re unsure of exactly when you came to know Christ. But as my dad recently told me, what’s most important is that you know you are His right now. And as much as we see our own failures and wonder about our walk with Him, the very fact that we desire to serve Him, to always trust Him, always believe Him, always focus on Him, and always please Him by living our lives in accordance to His Word, is a testimony that He has taken our sinner’s heart and made us new. Just remember, dear Ania, that God does not love us because we are good or because of our success in our Christian walk. God loves us because He has chosen to love us and nothing – not even our stumbling – can separate us from that love.
          Praying for you as well, my friend!

          • Ania says:

            Thank you for responding. You don’t know what an encouragement your comment was for me. It strengthened me very much. It’s amazing how we’re struggling and learning the same things. I also realized that I haven’t been reading my Bible a lot lately because I was very busy with school and all that. And I see now that this bad habit needs to change. I read my Bible in the evening when I was really tired and I fall asleep πŸ™ And I know I have to change this and serve Christ with all my heart,



          • Your comments have been a huge encouragement to my heart, as well, Ania. This is something that I struggle with; being constantly in the Word. I begin strong and slowly fade each time. I’m working on this and praying for a greater hunger. I will be praying for you as well!

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