Living your life to the fullest expression as a human being that shows forth the glory of GOD in such an negative environment on the earth.Such as the heavens declare the glory of GOD for all human beings to see and comprehend it in their mind,soul,spirit.
God Graces is the love that he has for mankind, he would love to see all of mankind saved, it’s up to us though, because he gave us Free-will to choice our own path.
Hmmm let me see where can i start just the very taught of waking up this morning and breathing fresh air that's GOD'S GRACE TO ME
#2. I am healthy - THAT'S GOD'S GRACE TO ME
#3. I have a home- That's GOD'S GRACE TO ME
#4. The Lord saved my soul- That's God's GRACE TO ME
#5. I am not a prostitute - THAT'S GOD'S GRACE TO ME
#6. I have food to eat - That's God's GRACE TO ME
etc etc. I can go on and on...
To answer your question concerning God’s grace, I must first define another of His wonderful gifts… “MERCY.”
If we consider our fallen condition of sin and the absolute wage attached to it, it’s easy to see mercy clearly. God is withholding the death that each of us deserves. Not receiving what we all should be getting… a punishment… is truly an act of mercy. Often it’s confused with our being given what we clearly don’t deserve… that’s “GRACE.”
We, as a race of people, “MANKIND”, rejected God, rebelled against Him, ran from His presence, and chose to live an existence in darkness. WE DID IT. Nothing in our acts suggested repentance, and there was no reason, let alone a compelling one for God to extend His love for us. Yet, here we are; beneficiaries of the greatest act of compassionate kindness and love ever conceived. “GRACE” is receiving what we have absolutely no right to ask for. Grace, along with its mirrored twin, mercy come as a package deal… those in the know call it the “Favor of God.” When you think about it, you should get chills and Goosebumps; it’s not a small favor, not by a long shot… and only God could give it.
by Sundeep Kataria 20 months ago
What is the difference between God's Mercy and God's Grace?
by graceinus 2 years ago
What is the difference between God's Grace and His Mercy?
by Bruce_Leiter 8 years ago
Grace is a fascinating subject. I believe that the Bible is the only book that promotes it as a characteristic of God. No other sets of spiritual beliefs talk about it. As I study the Bible's idea of grace, it is amazing, as the song goes. First of all, God shows universal...
by ecoggins 6 years ago
Does receptiveness to God's grace first require recognition of the need?
by graceinus 5 years ago
What does God's Grace mean to you?Do we understand or under estimate the Grace of God? Is God's grace far more than what we think it is? What is all covered in His Grace? God's grace is unmerited, unearned favor or pardon. But what exactly does this mean for all of us. Does one have grace if...
by R D Langr 7 years ago
In what way do Human's participate in God's grace?Does our will have anything to do with God's gift? Can works be meritorious in certain situations? Is every human participation in God's grace completely a gift of God?
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