The true meaning of Grace


Susan Davis
25 August 2016

Today’s Definition:
GRACE: Often people use the word grace from the Bible without true understanding of what they are saying.

Lukewarm who go to church but have no identifiable relationship with GOD (by spending time in prayer; reading their Bible faithfully–surrendering their life over to GOD completely–praying to be in the Will of the FATHER and to have CHRIST as their LORD and MASTER as well as being Baptized in the HOLY SPIRIT and regularly repentant plus spending time actively pursuing CHRIST throughout the day) DO NOT HAVE GRACE contrary to their beliefs.

What they are is lukewarm and if they die in their lukewarm state they would be spit out by CHRIST, sent to hell and that is clearly NOT grace. So the lukewarm churches that claim to have grace are incredibly misled in their understanding.

Grace is what is given to those who make a FULL COMMITMENT (not partial) to CHRIST; operate by submission to the Will of the FATHER and desire to be baptized in the HOLY SPIRIT.

They receive grace because they are daily being set apart and sanctified by the HOLY SPIRIT (from the world’s thinking which is an enmity to GOD) and although they may stumble even as they are being perfected, GOD gives them grace because daily they desire to STAY in GOD’s Will.

So that is the true meaning of Grace.

Titus 3:7 (KJV): That being justified by HIS grace, we should be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life.

Revelation 3:16 (KJV): So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of MY Mouth.