From a Christian perspective, righteousness is defined as being in right standing with God because of Christ‘s death on the cross. Without Christ no person can be in right standing with God.
Zechariah 12:10. A true Christian revival starts when God pours his Spirit of grace and supplication onto a congregation. When the Holy Spirit is poured into us, it is an indescribable feeling of humility that overcomes us.
Luke 12:43. God blesses good stewards. Good stewardship has its basis in a person having a true desire to do good for the glory of God. Good stewardship is not just about doing the minimum that we think God requires of us or following the “letter of the law”.
1st Peter 4:10. Another principle of good stewardship is to serve others to the best of our abilities. God has given each of us gifts in terms of abilities that he desires for us to use for his glory.
Galatians 2:21. From a Christian perspective, righteousness is defined as being in right standing with God because of Christ‘s death on the cross. Without Christ no person can be in right standing with God.
Hebrews 12:28. Another word for godly fear is piety. Piety is a word we do not hear very often in the world today. Piety means a reverence for god. This is the godly fear that Paul speaks of in Hebrews 12:28. Hebrews 12:28 says, “Wherefore we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear.”
Romans 4:16. Abraham was a good father because he set the example of being a man that had total faith in God. He set the example for his descendants as well as for all of mankind. Abraham's godly example teaches us that only through faith in God can we in the eyes of God be a good man and good father.
Bible Summary. God’s saving grace is offered to all men because of God’s love for all of mankind. Grace is only given to ones that have faith in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Faith is the cornerstone to receiving God’s saving grace. If through faith we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, we can receive God’s grace of eternal life.
The illustration of the Life on the Trapeze provides us an excellent example of what Christian grace is all about. Jesus has provided forgiveness for ALL our trespasses. Both the net and the ability to stay on the trapeze are works of God's grace.