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We could not take one step in the pursuit of holiness if God in His grace had not first delivered us from the dominion of sin and brought us into union with His risen Son. Salvation is by grace and sanctification is by grace.

    Author: Jerry Bridges

Christ's death to sin and His satisfaction of God's justice opened the way for the reign of grace in our lives.

    Author: Jerry Bridges

We tend to give an unbeliever just enough of the gospel to get him or her to pray a prayer to receive Christ. Then we immediately put the gospel on the shelf, so to speak, and go on to the duties of discipleship. The grace that brought salvation to you is the same grace that teaches or disciplines you. But you must respond on the basis of grace, not law.

    Author: Jerry Bridges

We are brought into God's Kingdom by grace; we are sanctified by grace; we receive both temporal and spiritual blessings by grace; we are motivated to obedience by grace; we are called to serve and, finally, we are glorified by grace. The entire Christian life is lived under the reign of God's grace.

    Author: Jerry Bridges

God's grace is painted on the canvas of despair.

    Author: T.D. Jakes

Grace doesn't run from trouble--in fact it looks for trouble as a backdrop so that you can see how strong it is.

    Author: T.D. Jakes

Immerse yourself in the curriculum of grace.

    Author: Max Lucado

The grace of God means something like: Here is your life. You might never have been, but you are because the party wouldn't have been complete without you.

    Author: Frederick Buechner

Grace is something you can never get but can only be given. There's no way to earn it or deserve it or bring it about anymore than you can deserve the taste of raspberries and cream or earn good looks.

    Author: Frederick Buechner
    Source: Wishful Thinking

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.

    Author: A.A. Hodge

The danger may exceed thy resistance, but not God's assistance; the enemies' power may surpass thy strength, their subtlety outwit thy prudence, but neither can excel the wisdom and might of God that is with thee.

    Author: Abraham Wright

It is a sign the oil of grace hath been poured into the heart "when the oil of gladness" shines on the countenance. Cheerfulness credits religion.

    Author: Thomas Watson

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