Blue Print of Faith

Grace

October 25, 2020 Hosted by Ken Primus Season 1 Episode 3
Blue Print of Faith
Grace
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Blue Print of Faith
Grace
Oct 25, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Hosted by Ken Primus

In this episode we are discussing the first ingredient of faith.  In Romans 4:16-17 introduces us to one of the most powerful ingredient in the cake. God cannot violate the will of man but he can use grace to influence them. What is grace. It means: Divine influences upon the heart and the benefits it brings to the believer.

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In this episode we are discussing the first ingredient of faith.  In Romans 4:16-17 introduces us to one of the most powerful ingredient in the cake. God cannot violate the will of man but he can use grace to influence them. What is grace. It means: Divine influences upon the heart and the benefits it brings to the believer.

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Welcome to another episode of blueprint of faith. This is Ken primacy, your host. Uh , last week we dealt with , um , the topic of man. I went into the creation and we talked about , um, who that creation was the power that is

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In that man. That is you and I.

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And we talked about , um, that he was with God in while creating the universe. So that tells me that you and I are also,

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It is of the universe. According to the scripture, the Bible tells us that we are working with God. And this is a perfect example to show that mankind began working with God from the beginning. And so this is not a new thing. And so that's why , um, it is important that you begin to understand who you are and what, and how faith plays a part in your development as a Christian. And so we looked at , um , first to see that the human entity or the human creation is that of a born of spirit, soul, and body. And that each one of those , uh, serves a purpose. We look at , um, the Bible tells us all over. We look at first SLO Tessalon aliens . I believe it's it's five 23, where we saw the , um, the Bible mentions that man is a spirit soul in the body. And that each one of them has a specific purpose in our life. Um, we can take a look at , um, I believe it was Mary when she made a statement in Luke chapter one verses 46 through 47. I believe when she said , uh, they call it the song of Mary and Mary said that my soul glorifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in my garden . So she talks about that separation of her soul. And she also mentions the, found the function of each of, one of those, my soul glorifies, the Lord and my spirit rejoice in God. And so as we begin to study this , uh, creature, man , uh, there's a purpose why I wanted you to see exactly who you are , uh, from this study, so that then we can take a look and start going into the , um, the aspects of faith. What is it , um , how does it come? And , uh , so that we can fully grasp who we are. Number one, what this power that God has given to us, what it's there for and how we can use it to change our life and get back to where we need to be. Uh , we see, as I mentioned in Luke chapter one 46 and 47, where , uh , Mary rejoices about God. Um, and , um , we, she tells us how , uh, through the experience of our spirit. And so when we look at creation and we see that God came down and , um, we created this earth together , um, and the universe is and so forth. And then he begins to make this mud , uh, to, to form out of mud , uh , his , uh , parents , so that we can begin to look like him. And so he, after that, a creator began to form this man. Uh , this was personal to him. It wasn't like a Lucifer or any of the angels. The Bible tells us in Psalms that he spoke them into existence, but with this man, the Apple of his eye, he is taking a little more time is , uh , more attentive to, to us in the sense that he's now putting this body together so that we can live here and become legal on this planet so that we can then begin to exercise our authority as to who we are. And so , um, the case that I'm trying to build is to show you that that spirit part of us , uh, that was there to make us respond to God directly to him so that , uh , there is no need for any, any kind of separation for us. So when we need to speak to him, he goes straight to him and say, the scripture says, we call him ABA father. Um, and so , uh, with that part of the humans , uh, makeup , the spirit part , uh, we were able to go directly to him now to soul . The Bible tells us is , um, our mind, our emotion, this is the human part of us. And , um,

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We now have a thing

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That is a part of us that is different from every other creature. Um, and this human part is, as I mentioned, is where your will is , uh, where your emotions. And so when we began to worship God, even from this place to magnify him, because , uh , as I mentioned to you, what , uh , how Mary talked about it , uh, in her experience is that the soul glorified the Lord. And so , um, as we began to learn , uh , and , uh , understand who we are, then we can now understand how to apply faith in what it does. I talked to you about when God spoke and God said, let there be a let there , let there be. Um, that was the end product of his faith. Faith is the end product. And so God, when he believes something he spoke and so it became, and so , uh, what we witnessed with that was the end product of his faith. And so the Bible tells us that there is a gentlemen that God picked out of the Bible and that was Abraham. And he began to teach Abraham , uh , what is faith , how to operate in it. And so we're going to take a look at Abraham who the Bible calls the father of faith. And so when we meet Abraham, we see that he is , um, he's an entrepreneur. Uh , he has his own business. Uh, he is , uh, an idol maker and he sells idols. And so , uh, God looks at this man and his family is , um, his brother had died and he had his nephew that , um, a lot that , uh , uh, was living with Abraham and his father and so forth. God comes to this businessman, this entrepreneur says, Hey guy , um, leave this staff and , uh, follow me. I want to show you a different , um, a different way of , uh, maybe earning a living , um, maybe a different way , uh, uh, providing for

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Your family. But I need you to come

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Out of this. The Bible says he comes to him and he says, come forth from there. And , um, and said, Abraham believed God. And then he stepped out. And so he's going to a place where , uh, he doesn't know anything about. And , um , the principle that I wanted to talk about, and I mentioned, I said it that Abraham believed God. And so the scripture tells us that we believe, and therefore we speak. And that is the principle of what dictates and what faith does. Faith. Your belief will cause you to speak about something. And so when someone believes something, then naturally we'll talk about it. Uh , they will promote it. They will do whatever is necessary because they are excited about whatever it is. And so once you have that locked into your belief system , um, no one can take it from you. And so that is planted within your S your, your soul. It grows for the scripture, tells us, he said , uh , Paul says beloved. I wish above all things that you prosper and be in health as your soul prospers. So as your soul begins to drink a cup of all of this information , uh, then your spirit man grows, becomes stronger and you are then able to stand and to obtain your promise. And , um, if you study the word of God, you'll see that , uh, the word of God is really very interesting thing. It says that it is spirit. And so , um, the Bible also tells us that faith is a spirit. Um, and so there's, there's some study that I've done about that thing, and it has a totally different way to go about things, but these are a little living entities. And , uh , the Bible tells us that , um , faith is our servant. And so if you learn how to utilize your servant , uh, to get the things that you need, then , um , you will become a creator as , um, and that's what your faith is for, is to create, to create whatever world yet you want in your life and that of your family. And so , um, I want to take a look at , uh , Abraham's life. We're going to go take a look first at Romans. The book of Romans will , um, tell us about Abraham. Um, it's one of the most concise book , uh, that I think any leave , it needs to read several times because it's a free in book. It tells us that you can't work to gain. God's love that you have to learn how to do that by fate and not by works, because if we could do it by works and it'd be a criminal for him to send his son to die. So, but , uh , I want to bring to you what I had talked to you first in the first episode about what faith is. It is a grouping of , uh, um, things that I call when I talked about Billy baking a cake that if you miss one of these ingredients, you will not get that cake. Um, whether it's , um , the sugar part of it or whatever, but that cake will not taste like it should be R it wouldn't , um, come forth as it should. So we're going to take a look at the scripture that shows us , um, some of these ingredients, and then we're going to go in one by one and break them down and dissect them and put them together. And that will be our , uh, um, what we call that cake that is big by fake . And then once you understand the process of these things, the Bible tells us that you can, all things are possible to the man that believe or that believing man. So , um, that believing man, it has the ability to create. And so that's the end product. Uh, the Bible tells us that the purpose of putting all of these things together and , uh, is to become fully persuaded, that God is able to do what he said he would do. And that is that fully persuasion is what you call your belief. And so , um, the scripture that we're going to take a look at is Romans chapter four, verses 16 through 17, and it reads as follows . So therefore it is have faith that it might be by grace as the first one to the end. The promise might be sure to all the sea , not only that, which is of the law, but to that, which also is a faith of Abraham, who is the father of us all, as it is written, I have made the iPhones of many nations before him, whom he believed even God who quickened it, the dead and call it, those things that are not as though they were, there's so much packed into that , uh, um , the scriptures, but we're going to go through , uh , one at a time and , um, uh , dissect it . And so the first thing that was mentioned is by grace. And so , um, this particular , uh, topic of grace, I can say I grew up in a church and we were told by the preachers that , uh , grace means God unmerited favor and all kinds of fun stuff that , um, the Bible tells us that tradition of men make the word of God to none effect. That's not what grace is all about. And so , um, when he first talked to me about grace, I actually held onto this particular revelation for a long time. I went into study. Um, I studied for about a year and a half. Uh, the topic of faith. I did not speak to anyone , anyone about it because I thought I actually was heresy. And , um, I just went before God went into the word and start to, to do some research and ask for wisdom. Um, and he began to open up the scriptures to me. And , um, uh, actually , um, one of the things that , uh, how this thing came to me , um, the book that I wrote, the blueprint of faith deals with the steps and the stages and so forth, the blueprint of faith came to me one day while I was praying, I was at a church and , uh , we were called to pray for a particular thing that was happening in the church. And so, while I was praying, I was prostate on the floor , um, uh, and God's fake face. The S the , this phrase came over the group in the faith . And so I wrote it down as it was my custom to , uh , he would give me these , uh, phrases, and then I would put it down. And then months later weeks later , uh, he would come and we would, it would grow into some type of a sermon. And so my intention, I thought it was going to be the same thing. I never thought it would be a book. And so, but that phrase came to me while I was praying. And it was not until several years later that , uh, that particular , uh , scripture and phrase began to become a reality in my life. Um, now let me give you some background as to this thing, grace, when I, when I first encountered it in my life , uh , God had given me the, the, you know, the phrase blueprint of faith , and then , uh , you know, in praying and seeking his face from time to time, he would whisper some things about grace, but I never really got through revelation of it until this day. So I had just moved in to Orlando , um, from New York. And , uh, I was working, building flight, a flight slim lit Laisha flight simulators for this company, pardon me, couldn't break my concentration. Um, and , uh, the business, when , uh , uh, they closed, it, lost their contracts. And I walked by my boss's office and I heard him talking about opening a business and , uh , that his brother-in-law had a cleaning business and was doing well. And so I went and I opened up a cleaning business. Uh , that was a Wednesday. I heard that information Friday. I had my , um, business, I think it was Monday or Tuesday. I had my first , um, house, which turned out to be a hotel. And that's a totally different story of , uh , one of these days they'll talk about. But anyway , um, I was actually going to, I'm going to do a contract, a bid on a home, and I went to my car. Um, when I got here , uh, again, I was , I was struggling in Florida, was new. I couldn't find my footing. Uh, the job that I was working at was for , it was losing money and bids and so forth. So I had two old cars and that I had, and one of them , um, the working one, the , uh, the , um, the , uh, plates, someone stole my plates. And so I came out to look for my car and I'm like, well, you know, I need to get to this bit . So I actually took the old cars plate, put it on this car and just took off to get, to , to do this , um, to do this bit so that I can not lose the contract. Now on the way back, everything was fine. Got there. No problem. Then on the way back, I'm coming back and I'll never forget this. I turned, I was waiting to turn. I was in , um, uh, at the stoplight waiting to turn, and this cop car came right behind me. And he pulled in behind me and I'm like , and I'm, I'm nervous because I know what I did. I just, absolutely. And I know I'm going to jail. So , uh, I turned left and as I turned left, he puts on his , um, you know, blinker and stuff. I mean, it's siren and everything is turned into the parking lot. And , uh, he comes in behind me and of course, you know, the simple stuff here , license, registration, and all that stuff. And I gave him everything and I'm waiting on him . I know I'm in trouble. And so I see him in his car and at the same time, he's in his car. This song began to pop it in my spirit, grace, grace, God's grace, grace that is greater than all of my sins . And so I just began to just Hammad , you know, and yes, humming the song, but the song kept coming stronger and stronger. And so I surrendered, I said, okay, I'm going to sing this song. And so I actually started singing this on the top of my voice in my car. And as I'm singing this song, grace, grace, God's grace, grace that is greater than all of my sin. I'm watching him. And I see him actually kind of like just, you know, be Twix in his car and he's all upset. And I saw him slam his hand on, on , on his dashboard . He comes out and he looks at me and he says, you know what you did. Right. And I said, yeah, I know what I did. And I tried to explain to him the reason that he wasn't interested in him at all. And he said, let me ask you something. Did you know, your license is suspended? I said, what are you talking about? My license is suspended. My license got suspended. He said, yeah, did you? It was a ticket that ticket when I was 19 years old, that said that my license was suspended. And I'm like, no, my license, because I just come from New York and it wasn't suspended there. So I'm freaking out at that point. And he says, I'll be right back. So he takes off even back in his car and I'm panicking now because I'm like, Whoa, my license is suspended, wrong place. I'm gone . I'm done. And , um, I, there song grace, grace God's grace begins to just, just rack into my spirit and the , so I just closed my eyes and I began to sing this song at the top of my voice. The cop comes back, walks to the door of my car and throws everything in on me throws the, the, the license plate. He lost it , just toss it all at me. He said, I want to arrest you and throw you in jail, but I can't, I don't know why, but I can't just get in your car, get home, and don't do this again. And ,

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Uh,

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I'm sitting there and I'm looking at this. And I, I , uh, you know, I took off, I , I got to go get the heck out of there and get home, but all the way in the , in the car, that song, grace, grace, God's grace. And that's was the beginning of my entrance into the topic of grace. That revelation that God was now beginning to give to me to start to show me the process of what he gave me several years ago, entitled the brew , the blueprint of faith . And so , um , as we look at this word, grace, I mentioned to you earlier that the church said to us, it was God's unmerited favor. And if you think about that for a minute and just began to, to think of how foolish that is , um, that, you know, I, it doesn't pay any, any thing to go into it. So let's just focus on what God calls grace. Uh , so I began to look at it. I began to study that word, grace, and it means this, the divine influence upon the heart and the benefit that it brings to the believer. And now let me explain that because God created this , uh , creature man, and he gave him a will. He cannot violate the will of the man,

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But

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The Bible says that he can influence us. And he does that by grace. There's a scripture in Ephesians. It says for by grace, are you saved through faith? It is a gift of God. And so

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That

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Piece right there explains a process for, by grace are you saved how through the bridge of faith and which is all of these things, that ingredients that are we going to talk about. And , uh , through that process, you are saved, not just salvation. You will be saved from whatever situation has arisen in your life.

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So now , um,

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Uh, uh, that divine influence upon the heart and the benefit that it brings to the believer. And so when you look at it through those lens, then you can truly understand the behavior of the police officer behind me, as God began to influence his heart on my benefit. Um, and so as I began to get that revelation, I began to take ownership of my life and certain things that empowered me. Um, the Bible says come boldly before the throne of grace. Uh , the father is grace. The Bible tells us that Jesus is full of grace. Um, and the father is also, as you said, I am like the father. So if he's like, the father says that the father is full of grace. So we, the Bible admonish us to come boldly before the throne of grace. Why whereby Amy , I may obtain mercy and find grace, what is that grace that divine influence upon the heart and the benefit that it brings to me, the believer. And we're going to look through the scriptures and we'll see that that grace was being used through the Bible all the way , um, and to changes with the word favor. And so , um, uh, the grace of God, and when this began to open up to me, I began to whisper to my family because it , um, it begins, my life began to get so exciting , um, that , uh , I would talk to them about situations. I would teach them every Sunday, I'd get together with my parents and I would teach them what God taught me with the grace. And through grace alone, we began to watch , um, God divinely influence , uh, people's lives and the decision process , um, to give us the victory that we were needing in whatever situation that we were caught ourselves in because of our decisions that we have made. That's the beautiful thing about God is that he rescues us from our decisions. And as we began to grow and to stand up and become more mature before him, we will make less decisions that will cause us to be in , in arm's way or as they say. And so , um, the first ingredients that we're going to look at is, as I mentioned, is grace. And so if you take a look at some of the stories that are in the scripture, I know one comes to mind right away with , uh, Moses and the children of Israel. So the children are , um, in Egypt for , uh , I think it was two, 300 years, maybe more, I believe , uh, as slaves .

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Yes . And so , um,

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This comes as their deliverer and , uh, uh, the couple of days before they leave , uh, God comes to Abraham. I mean , Moses says to him, this is what I want you to go to do good to the people, tell them to ask their neighbors for their wealth, ask him for

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Their jewelry. And so

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If you look at that scripture and it tells , it tells you what happens, it says that God, that great grace was upon them, that the favor of God was upon them. And they asked, so then , um, man, and God working together again, as I mentioned earlier . And so they stepped out , um, and , um , beyond their understanding of what that meant. And so God, he touched their heart. They children, he had a need. And from that grace being released into their life, they gave them all of their jewelry. The Bible tells us that they left richer than how they were there. So they pawned the plunder, the Egyptians when they left with all of their, their , uh, jewelry and gold and all that stuff. And that's the stuff that they, they got together when , um, when Moses went into the mountains to , to seek God , uh , for the 40 days and so forth that , uh, Aaron took all of that jewelry and stuff like that and made , um, uh, uh, calves of gold and stuff like that. And people began to worship and , um, uh, you know, animals and stuff that, and that's where Moses got angry and God killed tons of those people. You said, you have to pick and choose which side you want. You know, you want to be with a bale or you want to serve me. And so , um, basically , uh, that was the , what happened with there , but the power of grace was seen , uh, um , in that , uh, um, uh, process , uh, that it took , uh, God's grace first and their faith. And so there we go. Um, the scripture says earlier that the process for, by grace are you saved through faith. It's that combination that , um, will give us the victory for, it tells us in , in the book of Romans also that , um, through , uh, faith and grace, we shall reign in this life as Kings. So then it becomes important that we begin to study and understand both grace and faith and what it means and how we can obtain whatever we need in life. And so , um, scriptures that deals with grace, you look at Galatians one 15. It tells us that we are called by grace , um, acts two , um, uh, 1827 , um, that we, it tells us that we believe through grace. And so , uh, Ephesians two , um , five also to eight talks about grace and try and find all those scriptures. Uh, there's a scripture in Ezra toxic as a chapter nine verse eight. It says that , um, uh, talks about grace, the power of grace there as well. And so I would find, I suggest you find all these scriptures. I , my goal is not to do all the work for you is for you and I do them together so that because the Bible tells us that we ought to study and assure ourselves approve . And so I think that's one of the things that we have done wrong in the church is that we tend to just give it all to these men and women to do the studies for us. And then they feed us stuff that is not again , uh , that is not of the word. And so we eat what they feed us and we don't go in and dig for ourselves. But the Bible gives us examples of grace and how it changes the heart. And , um, Romans chapter 11, verse five, Galatians one , um , 15 Hebrews four 16 , uh , Zachariah 12, 10, Hebrews 10 29. These are all scriptures that talks about grace and the power of what it does when God begins to influence the heart. Um, and that's what he can do on our behalf. Because as I mentioned again, we are a being with will. That man became a living soul and the will is a part of the soul. Um, and so God cannot violate it because if he does, then everything will fall apart because he gave it to us. And he gave us to reign as Kings and priests on this planet and is our responsibility to take up those mantle and began the walk walk. And so, as we talk about priests are those that ministers to people , uh, the Kings are those that decrees laws, those are businesses and stuff like that. So he expects us to behave as a business person , but also one that can minister to someone , uh, through , uh , prayer, through laying on hands, however, God cause , uh , calls you to minister to that person. The Bible tells us in , in the script , as I mentioned, that Jesus was full of grace. Um, uh, um, you take a look at the book of Psalms also Psalms eight 84, 11 James, one 17. These are all scriptures and it tells you, and it goes into a deep, deep examples of the power of what God's grace can do. And as you begin to understand truly that revelation , um, and I think you , you need to spend some time to meditate on the word, w wa one of the reasons why the church has lost its power is because we don't meditate. Um, and so I would take that scripture , uh, that meaning that with grace is the divine influence upon the heart and the benefit that it brings to me, the believer. And then when you have situations that come before you ask God, because the grace is his responsibility, you can't do anything about that. Uh , you just ask on, I need your grace. I, to this day still call on the grace of God, because that's the revelation that I had gotten. Um, I held onto that as I told you before , um, for about a year I went into study , uh , uh, took my times , uh, saw God's face, got clarity on it. And , um, when one of the passes had left, he was leaving town. He, he asked me to come and teach and , um, uh , I asked God if I couldn't teach the people this and which I began to do, he said, yes. And so on the grace alone, the following Sunday, people were coming into the church, absolutely free giving testimonies of what happened, because I told them go and test it out, see, prove God and see if he's right or wrong, if he's wrong and he's wrong. Um , I missed it. And , um, when , uh, that passed , that came back , um, he felt threatened by his church and thought I wanted this church. I dunno , I don't want no , I've never wanted to be , um, anything like that. And so, but if you take a look at the scriptures and you'll see , um, uh, just topic of , of grace, get in there, there's grace in salvation , uh , grace to move mountains, grace for the wealth, the transfer Psalms one 11 , um, I think is one 12 chapter w uh , one, two, three, God promises people that he will give us wealth. Um, and in the end times, and the wealth is not for houses and stuff like that. The wealth is to, to own countries, to walk in and , and talk , talk about , uh, delivering , uh, people and, and, and , uh , nations from poverty, from sickness and disease and all of these different things. And so the last days that wealth transfer and a lot of , uh , pastors are just using their faith to grab onto the wealth piece and they're hoarding the wealth. And they're not even sharing that with their people or with God's people in is absolutely atrocious because that's not what it is . It is therefore . And , um , there are scriptures that talk about grace and moving, moving mountains, Zachariah four , um, six through seven , uh, it reads this way. Then he answered to speak onto me saying, this is the word of the Lord onto the rebel saying not by might, nor by power, but my spirit says the Lord and , um, a of hosts. And then it goes into the mountain where there's a rubber ball , speaks to the monk thing. What did he sound yelled ? He cried to the mountain, grace, grace, grace onto it. And so , uh , grace was able to move that you go, and you look at people that are in , in prison. Um, uh, I remember being in , in the prison system and this particular guy wasn't going to get his , uh, he was having problems about parole and whatever. So I brought them together and I said, Hey, I'm learning something about this. Grace is divine influence. So let's pray that , uh , grace would be released to this particular, to the people in charge of your situation so that you will be able to be free. And that's exactly what happened to him. We prayed, we released the power of grace into that situation and God freedom from there and got his parole. Um, the Bible tells us that we could be fallen from grace, that we're going to frustrate the grace of God. So these are the things we have to learn. Uh, number one, the power of it. Um, what, how can we utilize it? Um, Ephesians four 29 tells us about , um , that don't let corrupt communication come out of your mouth because , um , out of it comes to life and it brings healing and grace onto the, to the hero . So we have to be very careful of how we speak and so forth. And that word , that divine influence that you can bring that today, here , grace in times of trouble is another thing you look in to see Hebrews chapter four 16 talks about how green Springs people, that people out of trouble. Matthew seven, seven also talks about grace. We see grace in the life of Jesus. We see grace in the life of the apostles. Um , then it's something better than God's unmerited favor. It is his divine influence upon the heart and the benefit that it brings to you and I. And so, as we began to study , um , what is faith? What are all the little ingredients that I talk about? Um, you're going to get excited because it builds and bills and bills, and it comes to this place where you are going to become a creator and where you will live in and be a creator. And so , um, Genesis chapter 1339 verse four talks about grace in your workplace, X as , as 33, 12 and 17 talks about grace in your daily life. Um, Exodus 20 , 34 nine talks about , um, uh, God putting grace in action. It's , uh , Ezra nine, eight talks about grace and . How you can be free , uh, sums 84 11. God is the giver of grace , uh , Proverbs three 34 , uh , God giving grace to the lowly. The scripture tells us , um, Proverbs four, nine. It says he gave wisdom and grace. Um, and so as you began to study and get a full understanding or revelation, as I always say, because I believe that's how God intended us to walk is through revelation. Because when he, he came to sit down to spend time with his, his man, Adam , uh, the custom is a scripture, says it as it was their custom that they came and they hung out in the evening, the cooler than of the day. And so you had this, a creator and his creation, just sitting down and talking. And , uh, the scripture tells us, you know , uh, let's reason together. And so that's a beautiful , uh, example of the father and God Isla , ham description says , um, gossip , uh, let's make man in our image, the word there is Elohim , meaning God's family. Um, the Bible tells us that the begotten son who's a part of that family Bible tells us that the spirit of God is a part of that family. So this is when ELO him , um, would come and sit down with , uh , this man, Adam, our father, and have conversation. And so it is incumbent upon you and I today, we could have this relationship with our father, that he can come and sit down with us and , uh , give us wisdom, grace and all the different things that we need. And so I thank you for coming to this podcast. Again, my goal at a blueprint of faith is that you and I will grow together and that we will truly become , uh, the creators that God intended us to become. See you next time. Bye.