God’s Abundant Grace: Empowering Believers for Exploits

Sermon Topic: "God's Abundant Grace: Empowering Believers for Exploits"

God’s Abundant Grace. In this sermon, we delve into the transformative power of God’s abundant grace, which empowers believers to achieve remarkable exploits. This grace goes beyond material wealth and offers freedom, peace, divine health, and success in various aspects of life. Our currency for achieving destiny and purpose is this extraordinary grace, which we explore through the lens of Ephesians 2:4-10.


Today, I am introducing you to something more than gold and the world’s wealth.

You need this currency to buy your freedom, peace, promotion, divine health, a good marriage, a promising career, good business, and everything you can think of. 

This is the currency that can get you to your place of destiny. In this thought-provoking website post, we embark on a journey to understand the profound impact of God’s abundant grace in the lives of believers. This grace empowers us to achieve extraordinary feats that bring glory to His name. Join us as we explore key passages from the Bible and practical steps to embrace and activate this grace in our daily lives.

At the heart of our exploration is a clear definition of grace – God’s unearned favor freely bestowed upon believers through their faith in Jesus Christ. We unpack the significance of Ephesians 2:8-9, shedding light on how grace is not a result of our actions but a gracious gift from God Himself. We draw inspiration from Romans 9:15-16, highlighting God’s sovereignty in bestowing His mercy and compassion.

For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast.

Ephesians 2:8‭-‬9 NKJV

Grace is the unmerited favor of God that is made available to all believers through faith in Jesus Christ. It is the empowerment and enablement to do what is beyond human ability. Through grace, believers are given the power to accomplish exploits that glorify God and impact humanity. 

Grace is not given to you because of your hard work or because you are holier than others in Christian living. God of His own free will freely give it to you.

Romans 9:15-16

15)For God said to Moses, “I will show mercy to anyone I choose, and I will show compassion to anyone I choose.” 16)So it is God who decides to show mercy. We can neither choose it nor work for it. (NLT)

May you be a candidate of God’s mercy and grace in Jesus’ Name 

Again I saw that under the sun the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, nor bread to the wise, nor riches to the intelligent, nor favor to the skillful; but time and chance happen to them all. (NRSV)

 Diving deeper, we reflect on 2 Corinthians 12:9, where the Apostle Paul reveals how God’s grace sustains us through our weaknesses. This grace is immeasurable and all-sufficient, enabling us to accomplish the seemingly impossible. 

In 2 Corinthians 12:9, the apostle Paul reflects on a personal struggle and describes the magnitude and sufficiency of God’s grace in his life. 

The first part of the verse states, “But he said to me, “My grace (My favor and loving-kindness and mercy) is enough for you [sufficient against any danger and enables you to bear the trouble manfully]; for My strength and power are made perfect (fulfilled and completed) and show themselves most effective in [your] weakness. (AMPC)

“Here, Paul recounts that God responded to his plea to remove a thorn in his flesh, which caused him distress. God assured Paul that His grace was enough to sustain him through this hardship.

In this context, Grace refers to the unmerited favor, love, and compassion God extends to humanity. It is a gift freely given, independent of our efforts or worthiness. The verse suggests that God’s grace is not limited or depleted by our weaknesses or trials but is enough to sustain us in every circumstance.

Furthermore, the sufficiency of God’s grace implies that it can fully meet our needs, no matter the magnitude or complexity of our challenges. In Paul’s case, his weakness or thorn in the flesh constantly reminded him of his limitations. However, God reassured him that His grace was sufficient to carry him through, displaying His power in Paul’s weakness.

Overall, this verse highlights the infinite and abundant nature of God’s grace. It emphasizes that God’s grace is not contingent on our abilities; it is more than enough to sustain us in all situations. It serves as a reminder that we can rely on God’s grace to empower and carry us through times of weakness or hardship.

If you want to live and excel in life, you need the grace of God. When grace locates you, you achieve what you could never have achieved alone.

We witness the transformative power of grace through Paul’s testimony in 1 Corinthians 15:9-10. His unworthiness was met with the grace that empowered him to labor tirelessly for God’s Kingdom. We learn that God’s grace equips us to surpass our limitations and achieve remarkable feats.

Apostle Paul was a recipient of this great grace. 

9)For I am the least of the apostles, unfit to be called an apostle because I persecuted the church of God. 10)But by the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace toward me has not been in vain. On the contrary, I worked harder than any of them—though it was not I, but the grace of God that is with me. (NRSV)

Apostle Paul did not take this grace for granted. He did what God expected of him after receiving this grace. He succeeded because he was not relying on his strength, but he had that type of grace that was extraordinary.

  • May you receive God’s extraordinary and abundant grace in Jesus’ Name.

This all-sufficient grace that lasts till eternity is Grace Empowering Believers for Exploits.

Today, may you receive God’s abundant grace for exploits in Jesus Name.

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We focus on “exploits” – extraordinary demonstrations of God’s power in believers’ lives. Through captivating stories like the parting of the Red Sea, David’s victory over Goliath, and miraculous healings, we grasp the connection between God’s grace and these awe-inspiring exploits.

In everyday usage, the word exploit suggests several meanings. We sometimes use it when we feel we have been unfairly treated because we are powerless, while the person exploiting another thinks their achievements result from hard-won success in the face of difficulty or opposition.

However, we are interested in what God says.

Exploits, in a biblical context, refer to extraordinary and remarkable acts of God’s power and sovereignty that manifest in the life of a believer. 

These exploits can come in various forms, like healing, deliverance, raising the dead, miraculous provision, and overcoming impossible situations.

The Bible records several instances of exploits by the people of God, such as the parting of the Red Sea (Exodus 14:15-31), David’s victory over Goliath (1 Samuel 17), and the healing of the blind man (John 9:1-12), to mention a few. These exploits reveal the power and glory of God and are accomplished by His grace.

In the book of Ephesians, Paul talks about the power of God’s grace in Ephesians 3:20, stating that, “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us,” This power is the grace of God that enables us to achieve the impossible.

  • I pray for you that extraordinary and remarkable acts of God’s power for exploits manifest concerning you and your situation in Jesus’ Name.

Therefore, as a child of God, you can rely on God’s abundant grace to do exploits, knowing that if God has called you to it, He will give you the grace to accomplish it.

You can only receive this grace if you have received Jesus Christ as Saviour and the only way to connect with God. You cannot receive it if your trust is in people. If you are proud, you cannot receive it. If you are still a slave to sin, you are not living in this grace.

Hebrew 4:16

Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with boldness, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need. (NRSV)

We reflect on Ecclesiastes 9:11, understanding that success isn’t solely based on human effort but on the boundless grace of God.

I pray for you who are reading this post:

May grace locate you in Jesus’ Name.

  • Grace will make you receive a promotion above those more qualified than you.

Grace is the currency paid for you that did not let you die in your sickness. 

That your family is still intact and united is grace. 

  • That grace that makes God overlook your unworthiness; even when others have judged and condemned you for destruction, God will still single you out for His divine assignment in Jesus Name.
  • May you receive that grace today in Jesus’ Name. (Amen)


But you can receive this grace if you are willing. The starting point for you to receive this abundant grace for exploit is first to visit God’s throne of mercy. (Hebrew 4:16)

You can only receive God’s abundant grace when you come to His throne of mercy through Jesus Christ.

   In Romans 3:23-24 it states: For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, being justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus (NKJV)

When you have this grace, it sets you free from sin and raises you to the standard God expects from you—the standard of living in holiness. You will no longer live in sin or long for sinful habits.

You will have a new song: The things I used to do, I do them no more.

Titus 2:11-23 let us know: For God has revealed his grace for the salvation of all people. That grace instructs us to give up ungodly living and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in this world (GNT)

Suppose the grace you receive does not make you leave your ungodly life. It is a fake grace. It is a satanic deception.

  • May you be delivered from Satan’s grip and lie in Jesus’ Name.

When God does exploits, it brings an end to the object of pain and torment. 

Sin makes you go through endless pain and torment. You live in perpetual fear of death.

  • But when you receive grace, you live in dominion.

In the story of the parting of the Red Sea (Exodus 14:15-31), God’s exploit brought joy and victory to the Israelites. Their fear and torment came to an end.

In every area where you are tormented, may the extraordinary acts of God bring you dominion. In Jesus’ Name

 Accessing God’s abundant grace requires faith and obedience. We explore the significance of approaching God’s throne of mercy with boldness, as outlined in Hebrews 4:16.This grace transforms us, liberating us from sin and enabling us to live lives that reflect God’s holiness.

If you want to receive God’s Abundant Grace so that you can have dominion and so you can also do exploits for the increase of God’s Kingdom such as evangelism, ministering to the needy, and speaking truth in love. You must take a step of faith and come to God’s throne of mercy.

  •  May you not die prematurely in Jesus’ Name.

If you don’t want to be doomed, I want you to cry to God in prayer and say, Lord, have mercy on me. Let your grace save me.

Sing to Him in prayer


Saved by grace alone!

This is all my plea:

Jesus died for all mankind,

And Jesus died for me.

Pause and pray if you know you have been struggling in your power and you are not really born again.

  • Settle it right now and invite Jesus to take over your life by repenting from sinning.

If you know you no longer have that joy of salvation, cry out for mercy and ask the grace of God to speak for you.

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Whatever God has called you to do He will give you grace for exploit if you allow Him.

No matter the assignment, trust God to be with you.

Grace empowers believers to accomplish Biblical exploits, and we can rely on God’s grace to complete the task He has given us.

Our post concludes with practical steps to cultivate a grace-filled lifestyle. Daily reliance on God’s grace through prayer and meditation, developing humility, and surrendering to God’s will form the foundation of a life rich in His transformative grace. We believers are encouraged to embrace this grace and accomplish our God-given assignments.

1. Daily reliance on God's grace through prayer and meditation.

James 4:6

2. Cultivating humility and surrender to God's will

2 Timothy 1:9

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