To encourage believers who doubt the power of Christ in their lives, Paul, In Ephesians 2:1-10, reminds them that if God was powerful and loving enough to give them spiritual life “together with Christ,” He is certainly able to sustain that life. When we become Christians we are no longer alienated from the life of God. For the firs time we can understand spiritual truth and desire spiritual things. Not only are we dead to sin and alive to righteousness through His resurrection, but we also enjoy His exaltation and share in His preeminent glory. The purpose for this position, is “in order that the ages to come He might show the surpassing riches of His grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus.” (Ephesians 2:7). When we accept the finished work of Christ on our behalf, we act by the faith supplied by God’s grace. Human effort has nothing to do with it, and thus, no one should boast, as if they had any part in that salvation. Although good works have no part in gaining our salvation, they have a great deal to do with living out our salvation. God saves us to serve, not to sit!!!! (James 2:18). As we live out our relationship with God it is for the purpose of bringing glory to Him. May we take on the challenge today to demonstrate our salvation to the world by visually serving the Lord with our lives.