R-U-N by Grace is the front side of the poker chip. It is the ALL-IN Logo. It may appear somewhat familiar. The shape is often mistaken for a well know gathering place and house of brewed beverages. However it is entirely different and the logo has a story to tell.
“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,” says the Lord, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.” Revelation 1:8
The intertwined design in white in the center is the A–Alpha and Ω Omega the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet; Christian symbols representing the beginning and the end; the Cross at the top of the intertwined alpha and omega represents Jesus Christ. It is hoped that somewhere between the beginning and end of the game of life one will find Jesus Christ coming to know him as personal Lord and Savior.
The green, white and black circles represent the world and the first, second and third heaven. The R-U-N by GRACE asks an evangelistic question. “Are-You-In by Grace?” at the same time suggesting an imperative instruction as believers to “R-U-N by Grace.” The two six point Stars are representative of “the Star of David” symbol of the modern Jewish state of Israel. ALL-IN is what Jesus prays in His High and Priestly Prayer in John 17: 20-21. His prayer for all is that they will come to believe in Him and the Father.
The white Alpha Cross Omega represents the purity of God the Father and his son Jesus Christ set in the background of black representing the sin of the world. The color green represents the need to grow in maturity. Believers live in the now, fighting daily in the power of God through the Holy Spirit. The spiritual battle is against temptation and the powers of evil in darkness. Christians persevere and endure while striving for moral excellence growing in humility and love.
All believers are incorporated (Inc) in the power of the Holy Spirit, united as one body, thus an ALL-IN believer incorporates the Holy Spirit in life as helper and guide growing one in Christian faith. The Holy Spirit convicts of sin leading to confessing them to Jesus. Jesus died for all sin past, present and future.
Ask Jesus into to your heart as Lord and Savior to forgive sin fulfilling His plan and purpose. This can be done by quietly saying and believing the prayer. Invite Jesus into your heart to forgive all your sin acknowledging Him as your Lord and Savior.