GOD'S WONDERFUL GRACE
(Grace) Charis- In Greek terminology the word grace implies a favor
freely done, without claims or expectation of return.
Galatians 2:5-9;Romans 5:8-10 When the word grace is applied to
Christ dying for sinners it is expressing His love for lost sinners or
His favor toward His enemies. This proves God's grace is infinite,
boundless, immense, unspeakable, inconceivable, wonderful and
God's Grace is unmerited favor manifested toward sinners and
indicates that the demands of divine justice have been met, seeing that
the penalty was placed upon Christ.
WHAT GRACE DOES FOR US
Romans 5:20-21; Ephesians 2:8-9 Grace is the process by which God
saves the lost sinner. The word "abound" that Paul uses here means "to
exist in superabundance and then more grace is added to this super-
abundance." There is NO LIMIT to the amount of grace God has!!
Romans 5:15; II Corinthians 4:15 God gives this superabundant grace
to us in order for us to be called to salvation and called to His work,
see Galatians 1:15.
Romans 6:11-14 Grace brakes the chains of slavery to sin, and allows
us to serve God with our saved, righteous body.
Romans 3:24; Titus 3:7 Because of His grace, we are not only
"justified" (total acquittal from guilt), but we are made 'joint-heirs
II Corinthians 8:1-2,7-8 God's grace will allow the believer to have
a joyful, loving, and charitable disposition toward giving.
Ecclesiastes 10:12; Colossians 4:6; Ephesians 4:29 God's grace
allows the believer to control our speech and give forth wise words,
and "edifying" words when needed the most.
I Peter 5:5-6 God's grace allows us to be "humble" and in subjection
to one another.
ALL SUFFICIENCY OF GRACE
II Corinthians 127-9 Grace that is all sufficient for the physical,
emotional and Spiritual needs of everybody.
Romans 5:1-2 God's grace is sufficient to give us 'peace' with God.
II Corinthians 8:9 God's grace is sufficient for us to become heirs
of the heavenly riches that are Christ's.
Romans 6:14 God's grace is sufficient to enable the believer to
resist and overcome sin in our life.
Ephesians 3:8; Philippians 1:7-11 God's grace is sufficient to
qualify the believer to exercise the gifts of the Spirit.
I Peter 113-16 God's grace is sufficient to enable the believer to
have a holy walk in obedience to the scriptures.
Ephesians 1:6 His grace is sufficient to make us acceptable for
God's special group called the "beloved".
Ephesians 1:7-8 God's grace is sufficient to redeem (purchase),
forgive, give wisdom, and allow us to know the 'mystery of His will'.
Hebrews 4:14-16 God's grace is sufficient to allowed us personal
access to God any time we like for praise, mercy or needs.
Titus 2:11-12 God's grace is sufficient for us to live righteously
and Godly in a world that is sinful, dark and wicked.