Amazing Tangled Grace

A blog about my spiritual journey in the Lord Jesus Christ.

About Me

“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing” (1 Thessalonians 5:11).

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Hello, my name is Jason, and welcome to my blog Amazing Tangled Grace! Thank you for taking the time to visit.

God’s grace is nothing short of amazing. The enemy came to destroy me when I was still a child, but God had a plan, which all the powers of hell could not thwart… I tell people, “You don’t know where Jesus found me.” The enemy wanted my soul, but my soul already belonged to God. My whole life has been a series of near misses and redirections. Both my hardships as well as my victories pale in comparison to my eternal destiny. I am the man I am in Jesus Christ. I am not the man I am in the flesh.

Why did I start blogging? I remember many nights, in the beginning of my walk, falling asleep quietly crying in my bed, particularly, during my time away at college, I felt so lost and so alone. In hindsight, I recognize that the Lord was calling me to Him then, and now I hope that I can support others by sharing my witness. I’ve wanted to record my spiritual journey in the Lord for some time, and now my heart delights in the undertaking before me. Jesus has opened my eyes and my heart, and now God has called me to bear witness to his unfathomable love by sharing my journey, not as a righteous man, but as one who has been redeemed; God’s righteous choice in Christ Jesus. “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing” (1 Thessalonians 5:11).

Before the blog, God first called me to begin journaling in 2016 through mid 2017, and now, I am working on a PhD! Praise God! So as I move forward, I am put in mind of something Charles Spurgeon is supposed to have said, “The people in the marketplace cannot learn the language of the academy, so the people in the academy must learn the language of the marketplace.”

C.S. Lewis wrote concerning our partnership with God: “For He seems to do nothing of Himself which He can possibly delegate to His creatures. He commands us to do slowly and blunderingly what He could do perfectly and in the twinkling of an eye.

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