It's amazing how a good Word impacts our souls when we meditate on it to let it sink in and then applying it in the practical. I recently heart a story told by Kat Kerr of how God took her to heaven and told her to ask for His Grace every day. This is not saving grace for salvation, but the grace for living the abundant life.
I meditated on it and started doing it every morning in a simple prayer, asking Father God to give me His grace to live an extraordinary life in the abundance of Kingdom culture.
A few days later I had a dream. I was in an enclosed area like a hidden room (secret place) and suddenly I was flooded with God's grace. I "saw" it raining over me and it simply kept coming and coming.
I woke up in this state and kept soaking in the glory of this wonderful grace. It felt like I was anointed with the Father's grace and my cup was running over.
Ever since it happened, I have just been experiencing His grace in so many unexpected ways in my own life and those of my family members.
I want to encourage you to tap into this glorious grace of the Father by asking and receiving by faith.
"And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for My strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me." 2 Cor.12:9
Some of you reading this might find yourselves in trials or afflictions, but when we tap into the grace of God, His power starts resting upon us (tabernacleing over us) so that we can endure with joy, knowing that our temporary light afflictions work out an exceeding eternal weight of glory (2 Cor.4:17).