(Rev 2:12-17)

Do: I am doing the work already.
Undo: Did you undo the work you have done? Yes, I undid it.
Not do: I did not do it at all.

Believer: One who believes
Unbeliever: A believer who is not believing.
Not believe: Have never believed (Sinners)

When the Bible talks about ‘Unbelievers’, it’s mostly actually referring to the ‘believers’ who are in spiritual fact ‘unbelievers'(doesn’t like hard or harsh scriptural words – Romans 3:14). Rev 1:16, Rev2:12-17, Ephesians 6:17, Heb 4:12

Check yourself, do you obey the WORD (Jesus)? Matt 5:1-48, Matt 6:1-34, Matt7:1-27, Matt 8:11-12

Or do you not? Galatians 5:19-21

The Grace is sufficient for just the “Believers” and “Sinners” Not the “Unbelievers”. Titus 2:11-15, Romans 5:17-21, Romans 6: 14-15, Romans 5:2, Romans 4:16, Titus 3:7.
So stop sinning as a believer and using ‘His grace is sufficient’ to cover up. You’re staining His white robe with blood that way.

What His grace does is give us the chance to repent (as a sinner) and enjoy His blessings freely without paying registration fee.

When In already (as a believer), the Grace(not to sin) shouldn’t have to work for you again because it is only meant for sinners, the Grace that works for you now is mostly coupled with Faith – 1 Timothy 1:14

That’s why 2 Timothy 1:9 says “not according to our works”. It’s not by how well we pray or fast or go to the mountain tops or speak in tongues(which we already know is for SELF edification) but by His Grace (made available for ‘Believers’).
From all this, you should know now that His “Grace” has a ‘dual’ function. One for the sinners, the other for the believers (no one for the unbelievers, it’s either you are cold or hot)

Revelation 3:15 – I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot.
Revelation 3:16 – So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.

“Take heed you that stands lest you fall”. A Word is enough!


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