“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing” (1 Thessalonians 5:11).
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. The enemy wanted my soul, but my soul already belonged to God. My whole life has been a successive 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.
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. I’m not a preacher. I’m not a teacher. I’m not a prophet. I’ve simply been called to share what God has done. Let us encourage and build one another up in the Lord; “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing” (1 Thessalonians 5:11).
My posts are Holy Spirit inspired, not the product of my own volition, and I treasure the unique opportunity God has granted me. A challenge is that much of what God inspires pertains to the world around me. I write about what the Spirit inspires or shows me in dreams and visions. Sometimes my writing hits close to home, and I take great pains to maintain the anonymity of those of whom I’ve seen, while not compromising the heart of the message. Some messages are easier to share than others; people tend to approve more readily when the message is pleasing to their ears. And I’ll continue to share what God shares with me, according to his will, in order to fulfill his good purpose.
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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