Sometimes when I hear or read others explain the power of God's grace, that there is far more to it that what is explained. Jesus Christ was full of grace but never tough on it or did He?. He demonstrated many acts of grace. Do we understand His acts of grace?
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krillco- I can not agree with you more. His grace, forgiveness and compassion is far beyound our understanding. But is does reveal to us just how much He loves each and every one of us. Thanks so much for your answer.
If it cannot be fathomed, why did God bother giving a detailed written explanation? Are you saying that He knew we would be unable to comprehend it, yet he spent thousands of years communicating that very thing? Of course we can fathom it.
cam8510- I understand krillco answer to be that one can not see just how deep God's grace, forgiveness and compassion really is. Even at our best, our understanding of God grace still has limits no matter how much we read about it in His Word.
God's grace is unearned unmerited favor or pardon. I can not count how many times Jesus Christ demonstrated favor and pardon throughout His ministry. Many of His acts of grace are revealed in the four Gospels if one knows what to look for. Thanks cam
Hello eric- I do believe God allows us a limited understanding of His grace. But there will come a day for those who finally reach the Kingdom of God that we will come to know the full extent of His greatness. Your wisdom is again welcomed. Thanks.
whonunuwho- I do believe you are correct. God's grace and love for us is without a doubt unlimited. I very much thank you for your answer.
zeppropix- I too feel that we underestimate the power of God's grace. Sometimes we don't understand the full extent of it. Your answer is very helpful and welcomed. Many thanks and blessings
Deeepes Mind- I believe you are right. Without a doubt, God's grace is extended to each and every one of us Believers and non-believers alike. When Christ died on the cross, He took the sins for all mankind, not for the select few. My thanks to you.
No problem. It is mostly underestimated when we try to put things into our own limited perspective regarding the Grace of God.