True Grace is not greasy

Gods grace is not a ticket to sin and his love is not something to be toyed with. His grace and mercy  is there for you to serve him. 
Titus 2:11-12 teaches about the grace of God:

“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 this present evil age.”
This is what the grace of God does in our lives. Through grace, God fills our hearts with love and teaches us to live Godly lives in this evil world. Yet many want to use grace as a cloak to hide behind. Often people want others to be accepted without requiring true faith and real repentance. It should cause one to ask if they have really received the grace of God, or merely an excuse. All an excuse can do is to ease a sin-stained conscience. Similarly, narcotics or alcohol might make a person feel better, but they don’t solve problems; they only make them worse. As drugs are to an addict, so cheap grace is to a false convert. Cheap grace might make you feel better, but it can never make you right with God; it can never compare with a clean heart.

It is important to note that God’s love is a love that initiates; it is never a response. That is precisely what makes it unconditional. Without grace,we would have to somehow appease His wrath and cleanse ourselves of our sin before God would be able to love us. But that is not the biblical message. The biblical message—the gospel—is that God, motivated by love, moved unconditionally to save His people from their sin.And that is what grace is ,grace is unmerited favor.meaning we have the favor to come to God through repentance.

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