Living by Grace


From time to time I read a post that should go viral. This post is a study about GRACE. Please read, reblog, and share with others . Happy Resurrection Sunday!

The Blog In The Fog

Our dispensation in God’s eternal plan is commonly known as “the age of grace,” although it seems few understand the ramifications of this wonderful gift from God. Most use it as a way of explaining how they are “saved by grace” but give little thought to why it’s referred to as “Amazing.”

Even from the beginning God freely gave grace to humans by saving Noah in the sixth chapter of Genesis, as he and his family were spared from the ravages of the worldwide flood in which the rest of the world perished, “But Noah found grace (favor) in the eyes of the Lord” (Gen. 6:8). Actually, the word grace or its synonym, such as graciousness or the often-used favor, appears 20 times the New King James Version of the Old Testament.

Grace defined

Favor or kindness shown without regard to the worth or merit of the one who receives…

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Lisa Blair

Hi, I'm Lisa Blair, and I have been a blogger for five years. Before retirement, I was a school principal. I am currently a group discussion leader at Bible Study Fellowship, an international (BSF) faith organization, bsfinternational.org. My mission is to assist believers and nonbelievers in acquiring a more Christ-like view of the world and applying Christ's character as their guiding virtues. Join me on this walk.

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