God's Grace

Summary. Christianity and the grace of God go hand in hand. God had His Son, Jesus Christ, punished in our place to pay the price for our sins. He gave His Son’s life as a free gift to mankind in order for us not to perish for our sins, but have everlasting life. By accepting the grace of God, we accept God's plan for us in our lives. God's plan for His grace and our acceptance of His grace is for us to dwell in love continually. See below for Biblical advice and scriptures concerning God's grace.

God's Free Gift of Grace (What Our Savior Saw From the Cross)

What Our Saviour Saw From the Cross
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What is Grace? Why is it so important? How do you get the grace of God?

These questions are key for understanding Christianity for new believers as well as all Christians. Christianity and the grace of God go hand in hand.

See Scripture Commentary: John 3:16 advises us of the magnitude of God's grace toward us.


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God's Grace Is A Gift.

God had His Son, Jesus Christ, punished in our place to pay the price for our sins. He gave His Son’s life as a free gift to mankind in order for us not to perish for our sins, but have everlasting life.

See Scripture Commentary: Romans 5:15 advises us of God's free gift of grace.

Gracious Uncertainty.

By accepting the grace of God, we accept God's plan for us in our lives. We now can wake up every morning in gracious uncertainty knowing that we are in God's plan and looking forward to His plan unfolding in our lives each day.

See Scripture Commentary: 1 John 3:2 advises us on how we are sons of God living in God's grace.

Accept God's Grace.

Our acceptance of God's grace is not a one-time event for us. God's plan for His grace and our acceptance of His grace is for us to dwell in love continually.

See Scripture Commentary: 1 John 4:16 advises us to dwell in God's grace and love.