223 Quotes About Grace

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Most Glorious and eternal Majesty, Thou art righteous and holy in all thou dost to the sons of men, though thou hast suffered men to condemn Thy servant, Thy servant will not condemn Thee.
- Assorted Authors
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Grace, like water, flows to the lowest part.
- Phillips Brooks
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The danger may exceed thy resistance, but not God's assistance; the enemies' power may surpass thy strength, their subtlety outwits thy prudence, but neither can excel the wisdom and might of God that is with thee.
- Abraham Wright
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Only by seeing our sin do we come to see the need for and wonder of grace. But exposing sin is not the same thing as unveiling and applying grace. We must be familiar with and exponents of its multifaceted power, and know how to apply it to a variety of spiritual conditions. Truth to tell, exposing sin is easier than applying grace; for, alas, we are more intimate with the former than we sometimes are with the latter. Therein lies our weakness.
- Sinclair B. Ferguson
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From the Word of God I gather that damnation is all of man, from top to bottom, and salvation is all of grace, from first to last. He that perishes chooses to perish; but he that is saved is saved because God has chosen to save him.
- Charles Spurgeon
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You are coming to a King, Large petitions with you bring, for his grace and power are such, none can ever ask too much.
- John Newton
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But grace has only one direction that it can take. Grace always flows down.
- Alexander Whyte
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For the multitude of worldly friends profiteth not, nor may strong helpers anything avail, nor wise counselors give profitable counsel, nor the cunning of doctors give consolation, nor riches deliver in time of need, nor a secret place to defend, if Thou, Lord, do not assist, help, comfort, counsel, inform, and defend.
- Thomas a Kempis
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Prayer is the great engine to overthrow and rout my spiritual enemies, the great means to procure the graces of which I stand in hourly need.
- John Newton
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One of the greatest evidences of God's love to those that love him is, to send them afflictions, with grace to bear them.
- John Wesley
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It is to be lamented that the term irresistible grace has ever been used, since it suggests the idea of a mechanical and coercive influence upon an unwilling subject, while, in truth, it is the transcendent act of the infinite Creator, making the creature spontaneously willing.
- A. A. Hodge
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If a person has grasped the meaning of God's grace in his heart, he will do justice. If he doesn't live justly, then he may say with his lips that he is grateful for God's grace, but in his heart he is far from him. If he doesn't care about the poor, it reveals that at best he doesn't understand the grace he has experienced, and at worst he has not really encountered the saving mercy of God. Grace should make you just.
- Tim Keller
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The law orders; grace supplies the power of acting.
- Augustine
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The sufficiency of my merit is to know that my merit is not sufficient.
- Augustine
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Perhaps the most difficult task for us to perform is to rely on God's grace and God's grace alone for our salvation. It is difficult for our pride to rest on grace. Grace is for other people - for beggars. We don't want to live by a heavenly welfare system. We want to earn our own way and atone for our own sins. We like to think that we will go to heaven because we deserve to be there.
- R. C. Sproul
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Let us seek the grace of a cheerful heart, an even temper, sweetness, gentleness, and brightness of mind, as walking in His light, and by His grace. Let us pray to Him to give us the spirit of ever-abundant, everspringing love, which overpowers and sweeps away the vexations of life by its own richness and strength, and which, above all things, unites us to Him who is the fountain and the centre of all mercy, loving-kindness, and joy.
- John Henry Newman
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Let us then ascribe the whole work of grace to the pleasure of God's Will. God did not choose us because we were worthy, but by choosing us He makes us worthy.
- Thomas Watson
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Though troubles assail, and dangers affright, though friends should all fail, and foes all unite; yet one thing secures us, whatever betide, the scripture assures us, The Lord will provide.
- John Newton
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If heaven were by merit, it would never be heaven to me, for if I were in it I should say, "I am sure I am here by mistake; I am sure this is not my place; I have no claim to it." But if it be of grace and not of works, then we may walk into heaven with boldness.
- Charles Spurgeon
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In efficacious grace we are not merely passive, nor yet does God do some and we do the rest. But God does all, and we do all. God produces all, we act all. For that is what produces, viz. our own acts. God is the only proper author and fountain; we only are the proper actors. We are in different respects, wholly passive and wholly active.
- Jonathan Edwards
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At times it seems we require more grace to lose our wealth than to lose our life!
- Watchman Nee
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Grace, then, is grace,--that is to say, it is sovereign, it is free, it is sure, it is unconditional, and it is everlasting.
- Alexander Whyte
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Imperfection is the prerequisite for grace. Light only gets in through the cracks.
- Phillips Brooks
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We hold that man is never so near grace as when he begins to feel he can do nothing at all.
- Charles Spurgeon
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I am a friend to God, a sworn enemy of the saccharine and a believer in grace over karma.
- Bono
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