What we Offer
The Knowledge of God and his Promises
What we offer at Lavish-Grace.com is hope and light. Jesus is the light of the world, and he will shed that light into the hearts of those who follow him. We try to guide believers to the healing and hope God offers in his Word. For instance, in 2 Peter 1:3we learn that he has granted to us all things that pertain to life and godliness.” The next verse says God gives us what we need as we increase our knowledge of him. In fact, as children of God, we can use the promises of Scripture like healing ointment for our injured and troubled souls. Through our knowledge of God and his amazing promises, Jesus’ light and healing power will shine into our lives. This will make it possible for us to actually share in God’s divine nature and escape the effects of the evil that surrounds us in the world.
Using Scripture to Fight
So, we have designed the resources on Lavish-Grace.com to guide any believer in Christ to freedom from the past. In the Bible, we have a powerful weapon to fight against shame and guilt, as well as fear and depression. On our website you will find comments on specific Bible passages that relate to particular needs. You will also find suggestions on how you, as a believer, can apply Scripture passages to your own issues. This will enable you to use God’s promises as spiritual weapons in the fight against sin and defeat.
Scriptural Battle Strategies Work
What we offer on Lavish-Grace also includes a clear presentation of the plan of salvation. And, it lists many biblical promises we have found powerful in our own struggles. In our blogs, we provide step-by-step procedures for using biblical truth to fight for freedom. God frees us when we use his Word, in the power of the Holy Spirit. He takes away the pain we suffer as the result of past injuries and traumas. By gaining a knowledge of God and applying his promises, any believer can become more than a conqueror in Christ. These strategies are what we offer to anyone who wants to pursue victory over the scars they bear because of injury and suffering.
Author Martha Menne
- Retired teacher of middle schoolers in both public and Christian schools
- Teacher, mentor, and lay counselor in her church and a Christian homeless shelter
- Writer of Bible studies for women and youth
- Blogger on women’s issues, practical theology, and joy in my Savior
- Wife of David for over 56 years
- Mother of 2 and hands-on grandmother of 8
Trauma is Not a Life Sentenceis an excellent article on God’s concern for traumatized people. https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/trauma-is-not-a-life-sentence