If you look around your life, what is the basic philosophy of the world? I mean, how do you deal with people? Do you reward them for good and punish them for bad?
“The Reformation was a time when men went blind, staggering drunk because they had discovered in the dusty basement of medievalism, a whole cellar full of 1500-year-old, 200% proof grace… of bottle after bottle of pure distillate of Scripture, one sip of which would convince anyone that God saves us single-handedly after all those centuries of trying to lift ourselves up with our own bootstraps, and worrying about the perfection of those bootstraps. Something had changed. The saved were home before they had even started. Grace had to be drunk straight, undiluted.”
I woke up this morning and knew that I needed to listen to this sermon again. I made a deal with myself that I would. What I got this morning as I put in my earphones was a shot of grace. It burned my throat, seared my heart, revolutionized my spirit, and left me changed – again.
I had a divine encounter with Truth. I drank it straight and undiluted from my self-ascribed laws and perceptions – again.
Like a shot of whiskey.
I want to challenge you to drink this shot of grace . It’s only 38 minutes long, so perfect for a lunch break or extended smoke break (do people still take those?).
Get it here –> Grace, Drunk Straight, Undiluted.
I want to be staggering drunk with grace. How about you?