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Are you ready to live immersed in God’s choicest graces?

Faith, hope, and love are God’s choicest graces. Like a cord of three strands that is not easily broken, they serve as a lifeline to the Savior. In fact, the Bible says that these three remain, meaning they will last forever, and yet they abide in us right now.

By the grace of God, faith, hope, and love will lead us to the heart of God and allow us the freedom to experience deep connections with others.

If what scripture promises is true, then why doesn’t it always feel this way? Honestly, there are moments, days, and even seasons in a believer’s life when it feels like we are drowning in an overwhelming sea of struggles. Days when at best it feels like only faith remains. Hope and Love seem more like distant cousins who we see every other year at the Spiritual Family Reunion.

Regardless of our personal and relational struggles, we can raise a “hallelujah” because faith is not a feeling! Faith is an intentional devotion to and an abiding trust in the person of Jesus Christ. Only Jesus can rescue us from ourselves and teach us how to live in Him through a deep abiding faith.

“When we allow Faith to lead the way, Hope will build the bridge to the greatest Love of all.”

-Amy O’Reilly

This blog is designed to encourage and equip believers to live immersed in God’s choicest graces (faith, hope, and love) so together as the church we can experience intimate connection with the Father and fulfilling relationships with family and friends.

Thank you for taking the time to rest here a while. I write and teach because it is the best way for me to learn and grow. I pray you will read and ponder my writing to unpack the truth of God’s Word and allow Him to fortify your faith and your relationships along The Way.

“Therefore if there is any encouragement and comfort in Christ [as there certainly is in abundance], if there is any consolation of love, if there is any fellowship [that we share] in the Spirit, if [there is] any [great depth of] affection and compassion, make my joy complete by being of the same mind, having the same love [toward one another], knit together in spirit, intent on one purpose [and living a life that reflects your faith and spreads the gospel—the good news regarding salvation through faith in Christ].”

Philippians‬ ‭2:1-2‬ ‭AMP‬‬

“When faith is your last hope of ever experiencing the love of God, don’t give up. Hold fast to faith.”

Amy O’Reilly, When Only Faith Remains
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