And of His fullness we have all received, and grace for grace. John 1:16
We can never exhaust God’s grace or wear out His promises. The phrase “grace for grace” conveys the idea of reoccurring waves, like an ocean. Someone put it like this: “From the fullness of his grace we have all received one blessing after another.”
Raymond H. Davis wrote, “Every spiritual blessing we have prepares us for a greater blessing. Every filling with the Holy Ghost creates a capacity for an additional filling with the Holy Ghost. Every experience of the presence of God we enjoy leads the way to a richer experience of the presence of God. As long as we live in this life we can go on from blessing to blessing, from filling to filling with the Holy Spirit, from experience to experience of God’s presence until, finally, we see Him face to face when He returns to receive us into His glory.”
We have His waves of grace amidst the storms of life.
Grace upon grace?! I’m floored. What can I say? His grace upon grace not only lets me live, His grace lets me serve, it lets me worship, it lets me take His name as my own, it called me by name, it grants me fullness of life. Joni Eareckson Tada