Grace-filled life

What does a grace-filled life look like? First, grace is accepting the Lord Jesus as Christ. Then becoming baptized brings us into grace. Covered in grace by the blood of the Lamb and His love.

This brings us to live in a state of grace and we cannot be removed from the hands of God. We now belong to Him. God’s grace is sufficient. It is a gift or favor He shows upon us. He will never take it back or revoke it for He will not forsake us.

Grace is an inherent birthright into His family and it cannot be changed. Chosen by God before we were born. Our passport into eternity. Just as we cannot choose our Earthly parents; God is our Heavenly Father. He who knows us before we are born.

In grace, we can trust that we will be taken care of even in difficult times. His grace is in the sunshine and the rain. It does not come from worthiness or good deeds and is not earned.

Under God, we are covered in a state of grace and not given a punishment that we deserve. Instead, by grace, we are given good things because of His love. Every good thing is from grace and not by luck. It’s from above. Being spared from serious injuries in an accident is being covered by grace.

Grace is the kindness of our hearts and spirits. Generosity towards others. Grace is unconditional love and mercy from our divine God. The beauty from within us. The divine core we all carry.

Being merciful, forgiving, and compassionate to one another, even after being hurt, is grace. Bestowing love to another is the greatest form of grace. We are all doing the best we can, give a little more grace. Most times we give forgiveness but not grace.

Grace is everything we are called to be. It is when we are simple, beautiful, and who we are. The gracious humanity inside of us to live in harmony. Being filled with kindness, empathy, care, and patience for each other. Giving our time to others and helping them is grace.

Grace is the light that shines from within. Knowing that we live in grace gives us hope of an eternity with our Creator and grace-filled life with the joy of the Holy Spirit. Blessed is God’s grace. We have nothing without His grace.

Published by Brenda Tschetter

I love to write inspirational and spiritual pieces that are full of encouragement and engaging. I write about real life events filled with emotion. I want to help and encourage all those who are struggling and in pain, who are suicidal, and fill them with hope. The good news. I love to cook and have a healthy cookbook available as well.

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