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  • Pastor Joshua Olaleye
Date preached October 22, 2023

October Rabbi Service
Ministering: Pastor Joshua Olaleye


1 Corinthians 15:9-10
There is greatness within you that needs to illuminate the darkness in this world. The operation of grace in your life supersedes your past so that your past doesn’t dictate your future.

Psalm 18:5
Your help and mercies have made you great.

Hebrews 4:16
So, let us approach the throne of our gracious God with confidence. There we will receive His mercy and find grace to help us when we need it.

1 Timothy 1:15
Apostle Paul encountered grace, transforming him from being the chief of sinners into someone who boldly preached righteousness.

Esther 4:10-16
Esther carried grace, which allowed her to obtain favor from the king.

Grace transforms your life and makes it new. (1 Corinthians 5:17) You can only be in Christ by grace (Ephesians 2:5).

Luke 8:1-2
When grace entered the life of a demon-possessed individual, it caused a turnaround from darkness to light. You can fulfill what God has purposed you to accomplish because of the grace of God.

What Grace Does in a Person’s Life?

  1. Grace empowers you to build (1 Corinthians 3:10). It enables you to face formidable enemies with courage. (1 Samuel 17:45)
  2. Grace empowers you to fulfill your destiny. It enables you to excel (1 Corinthians 15:10). For example, Daniel was empowered by grace, and the spirit of excellence came upon him (Daniel 1:20, Daniel 6:1-3). Your background isn’t potent enough to hinder your ascent to greatness. (Esther 2:16-17)
  3. Grace exempts you (Psalm 23:4). It provides comfort even in challenging situations.
  4. Grace changes your life from old to new (1 Timothy 1:15). Grace doesn’t keep people in their sins but grants them dominion over sin. It gives you the responsibility to act responsibly when necessary. (Esther 4:10-11, Romans 6:1)

Matthew 1:1-17
Five women found grace in the sight of God, and they are mentioned in the genealogy of Jesus:

  1. Thamar – Judah’s wife
  2. Rahab – A harlot
  3. Ruth – From an idol-worshipping background
  4. Bathsheba – Uriah’s wife
  5. Mary – Joseph’s wife (through whom Jesus came)

Important Point to Note:
Don’t insult or misuse grace. Grace can be abused if not used responsibly.


  1. May the grace that turns lives around and makes us partners in the kingdom enter our lives in Jesus’ name.
  2. May grace empower us to face the giants in our lives in Jesus’ name.


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