Good News Thursday!!!
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I’m just thinking about the word “Grace.”
What that word really means, and if I allow myself to extend grace to others according to the true definition of that word.
His “Unmerited Favor.”
He allows us to receive it, even though we don’t deserve it.
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Grace is used in the King James Version of the Bible 170 times. In the Old Testament the Hebrew word for grace is Hen which means favor, grace, charm, displaying a favorable disposition, for example “to find grace in someone’s eyes.” The meaning of grace in the OT remains the same no matter what scripture you are reading. Grace is grace.
In the New Testament the Greek word for grace is Charis which means the state of kindness and favor toward someone, gift, benefit, credit, blessings. As in the OT, anytime you see grace in the NT it has the same meaning. Grace is grace.
Where grace flips the script is in its definition. Continue reading