Wisewords From Yoda – Part 5

Wisewords from Yoda – Part 5: ‘Always pass on what you have learned.’

God’s Grace! It’s pretty amazing really. You get to be adopted into the great big family of God. But here’s the thing – that grace is invisible – just like God. How will people know that God is good? How will they see what grace is about – unless you show them?

‘But thanks be to God, who … uses us to spread the aroma of the knowledge of him everywhere.’ 2 Corinthians 1v14.

We were never supposed to keep God’s grace to ourselves. Go ahead. Spread the love

Read 2 Corinthians 1v14-15 here:


Living With Grace

Have you ever experienced something you might say was grace? Grace is invisible, so if you’re going to see it, it will be because someone made it visible to you. Maybe in something they said, maybe in something they did – or didn’t do…

Who are the people you will see today? What can you do that will surprise them with grace? The challenge is seeing over the wall of our own concerns and cares, so that we are able to spot the grace moments where God can use us. And what enables us to get over ourselves like that? You guessed it – grace.

Hear Paul encouraging us to live with grace in Ephesians 4 –


Showcasing Grace

God knows everything about you. Of all the sins that clung to him on the cross, He knew which ones were yours. Yet He says He’s wiped them from His mind (Isaiah 43:25). He’s chosen not to remember. He has forgiven you. Flooded your life with grace and mercy.

Do you showcase His grace by treating others in the same way? Is there someone in your life that needs a little grace? Or maybe a lot? It’s not easy. But ask God to help you to dish out the same mercy that he has heaped onto you.

Check out Isaiah 43 here –



Getting And Letting Off The Hook

You’ve wrecked your Dad’s car – repairs will cost a huge heap of money. Your best friend borrowed your favourite jacket and ruined it. You’re not talking to your friend until they repay you.

Out of nowhere, your Dad says he forgives you – he’ll cover the costs. You’re off the hook. It must be a huge relief, right? That feeling of forgiveness – that experience of grace. The question is – will you extend that same forgiveness to your friend? Will you give them grace – let them off the hook – as well?

Jesus calls us to forgive as He has forgiven us – it’s not easy but God helps us to practice real love. Read more about it in 1 John –