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God’s grace is a wonderful thing. We are saved through His gift of grace (Ephesians 2:8) He Justifies us without cause through His grace (Romans 3:24) No work can merit God’s grace (Romans 4:4-5). God’s grace through Christ’s salvation frees man from the conviction in the law (Romans 6:14). The provision of Jesus Christ and His salvation was born through love but provided by grace (Romans 11:5).

God's grace as the Hand of God often delivers us from evil. There is no greater example of this than Salvation through Christ.

God’s grace as the Hand of God often delivers us from evil. There is no greater example of this than Salvation through Christ.

This is all very wonderful to contemplate and certainly gives us spiritual freedom that natural man cannot fathom or realize. The perfect grace of God is powerful. It frees souls from the shackles of this world to serve the God of the universe. God’s perfect grace changes the course of man from destruction to eternal life. This grace breaks the hard heart of stone in mankind making it malleable and compassionate. God’s perfect grace is simply amazing.

The true challenge of every Christian comes in 2 Peter 3:18 where we are encouraged to “grow in grace.” We can communicate God’s grace through testimony and witness. We can share God’s grace in the gospel of Jesus Christ. We can become God’s grace as we testify of His blessings in our lives.

To grow in God’s grace means we embody more of the perfect grace that He is and emulate that grace, display it, manifest it in our lives for others to see. Our challenge is to grow in perfect godly grace and share it with the world. We should never attempt to assess a person’s worthiness to give His grace, but give God’s grace freely. Grow in His grace to share His grace.