Sermon: Lukus Counterman - James 4:6 says “He gives more grace…” What comfort there is in this very! It tells us that God is tirelessly on our side. He never falters in respect to our needs. He always has more grace at hand for us. He is never less than sufficient, but rather more than enough. His resources are never at an end. His patience is never exhausted. His initiative never stops. His generosity knows no limit: he gives more grace! But his grace is appropriated to the humble. God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble. So what does this humility look like? It looks like active submission to God, fierce resistance toward Satan, a hot pursuit of heavenly fellowship, a holistic cleansing of heart and hands, a serious grieving over sin and a falling down before a high and holy God. This kind of humility lowers a person into the perfect spot to receive grace. Grace runs down like water to low spots - hearts that have been humbled before the Lord. May we find our place on our knees before the Lord and may we receive the grace this morning that we desperately need.