More About Grace

  • 32 Grace is used in a greeting or farewell, like “May God give you grace”
  • 1 God is full of grace
  • 4 God gives grace
  • 1 God and Jesus give us grace
  • 4 Grace comes through Jesus
  • 2 God richly pours out his grace on us
  • 1 Grace is given generously by God
  • 1 God gives us overflowing grace, a too-wonderful gift
  • 1 God’s grace was upon Jesus
  • 1 Jesus is full of both grace and truth
  • 1 God showed us his grace through Jesus
  • 1 Christ dishes out one gracious blessing after another
  • 2 God gives grace to the humble
  • 1 The Holy Spirit is called “the Spirit of grace”
  • 1 God sits on a “throne of grace”
  • 1 We find grace for our time of need when we approach God’s throne of grace
  • 1 Believers were called to “live in” the grace of Christ
  • 1 God’s grace worked so powerfully in all early believers that there were no needy among them
  • 1 God’s grace does things — like calling Gentiles
  • 1 Paul & Barnabas urged people to rely on God’s grace
  • 1 Paul thanked God for the grace he had given Corinthians
  • 1 Paul extended God’s grace to the Gentiles
  • 1 Paul didn’t treat grace as meaningless
  • 1 Paul depended on God’s grace, not human wisdom
  • 1 God’s grace made Paul who he was and gave him the energy/power to do God’s work
  • 3 “By grace” Paul was a special messenger of God’s Good News
  • 1 Grace stirred Paul to warn people about arrogance
  • 1 God generously poured his grace out on Paul
  • 1 Paul considered his life worthless if it didn’t involve telling others about grace
  • 1 The apostles preached boldly about the Lord’s grace
  • 1 The prophets foretold of the grace that would come to us
  • 2 People entrust each other to God’s grace
  • 1 We are chosen & called “by grace”
  • 1 We can fall away from grace
  • 3 God’s power and our strength come via grace
  • 1 Grace is all we need and it works best in weakness
  • 2 Grace is undeserved
  • 1 Grace is free
  • 4 Grave saves & offers salvation
  • 3 Grace is wonderful and marvelous
  • 1 Grace is true
  • 1 God’s grace bears fruit, like laying a foundation that can be built upon
  • 1 Grace involves gratitude
  • 1 Suffering is part of God’s grace for us
  • 1 By God’s grace, Jesus tasted death for everyone.
  • 1 A reward earned from work is not grace
  • 1 Giving is an act of grace
  • 1 Giving is gracious
  • 1 By grace, Christ became poor so that we would be made rich
  • 1 An act of charity is considered grace
  • 1 By grace, God generously provides us with all we need
  • 1 God’s grace results in faith
  • 1 We remain faithful because of God’s grace
  • 1 God works through us “by his grace”
  • 2 By grace, God makes us right in his sight through Jesus’ sacrifice
  • 1 We stand in grace because of our faith in Jesus Christ
  • 1 All who receive God’s grace will triumph over sin and death through Jesus
  • 1 The more we sin, the more abundant grace becomes
  • 2 But this doesn’t mean we should keep on sinning so that grace will abound
  • 1 We live under the freedom of God’s grace
  • 1 “By His Grace,” God gives us eternal comfort & wonderful hope
  • 1 Grace teaches us how to live and not live
  • 1 Spreading grace results in thanksgiving & God’s glory
  • 1 We are told not to ignore or squander the grace we receive
  • 1 People can recognize when grace has been given to us
  • 1 The message of God’s grace builds us up and gives us an inheritance
  • 1 Grace is in our hearts
  • 1 Our speech should be full of grace
  • 1 Words can be gracious
  • 1 Good/helpful words minister grace to others
  • 1 We receive certain promises from God by grace
  • 1 God gives us gifts “in his grace”
  • 1 A grace (special gift) is given to each of us
  • 1 Our different spiritual gifts represent the many forms of God’s grace
  • 1 We share in God’s grace together
  • 1 We are justified (made right in His sight) by God’s grace
  • 1 More grace will be brought to us when Jesus returns
  • 1 We are told to “grow in grace”
  • 1 Husbands & wives are co-heirs in “the grace of life”
  • 1 Let us show grace (gratitude) for the unshakeable kingdom we will receive
  • 1 Grace will continue to be with us if we live in truth and love
  • 1 We are to see to it that no one misses out on God’s grace
  • Grace is something you hope those you love will experience. It was so important to the apostle Paul — considered the greatest missionary to ever live — that he opened and closed every New Testament letter he wrote wishing that his readers would receive/experience God’s grace. Others, like the apostles Peter and John, and the author of Hebrews also used similar greetings and farewells in their writings.
  • God is full of grace and generously/richly shares His grace.
  • Jesus is full of grace and is the primary conduit through which God expresses His grace.
  • The Holy Spirit is called “the Spirit of grace.”
  • The apostle Paul considered his life worthless if it didn’t involve sharing God’s grace with others.
  • God’s power and our strength come from grace.
  • Grace is all we need, and it works best in our weakness. God gives us grace in our times of need when we seek Him. Grace is for the humble.
  • Grace is free, undeserved, marvelous, generous, grateful, liberating, comforting, hopeful, a gift, and true.
  • Grace involves suffering. “By God’s grace,” Jesus died for us while we were still his enemies.
  • Grace teaches us how to live, and we are to grow in grace.
  • We should not ignore or squander the grace we receive or treat it as meaningless.
  • We should live in God’s grace, rely on it, and extend it to others.
  • We can fall away from grace.
  • We are justified in God’s sight and saved by grace.
  • We should see to it that no one misses out on God’s grace.

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Ed Melick

Ed Melick

Ed Melick is an author, radio show/podcast producer and host, and consultant. More information on him can be found at www.edmelick.com.