If you are a believer or a born again Christian, you have a grace- gift. I like what Apostle Paul wrote to believers in Rome in the middle of the first century about Christian’s unique gifts “God’s marvelous grace imparts to each one of us varying gifts and ministries that are uniquely ours. So if God has given you the grace-gift of prophecy, you must activate your gift by using the proportion of faith you have to prophesy. If your grace-gift is serving, then thrive in serving others well. If you have the grace-gift of teaching, then be actively teaching and training others. If you have the grace-gift of encouragement, then use it often to encourage others. If you have the grace-gift of giving to meet the needs of others, then may you prosper in your generosity without any fanfare. If you have the gift of leadership, be passionate about your leadership. And if you have the gift of showing compassion, then flourish in your cheerful display of compassion.” So, what is your grace gift? Mine is exhortation or encouragement. It is my default mode. I just like to encourage, motivate, inspire or challenge people not only to be the best but to reach the potential God has destined for their lives. If you don’t know your grace gift, it is your responsibility to discover, activate and use your gift joyfully to bless everyone around you and most importantly to advance Christ’s Kingdom.