Topical Index – 1500 Principles
GRACE, GOD'S (See SALVATION)
Genesis; Principle #12; Gen. 7:1-8:22; p. 14
Common Grace: We must understand that God's material blessings represent His common grace and mercy to all mankind
Ruth; Principle #4; Ruth 1:16-22; p. 335
Strength in Weakness: Even when we are weak spiritually and psychologically, we should remember that God can still use us to impact others.
Psalm; Principle #101; Ps 106; p. 789
Living Under Grace: Though God is faithful, merciful, and forgiving, we should never continue to sin in order to experience more of His grace.
Isaiah; Principle #34; Isa. 45:14-25; p. 959
God's Redemptive Plan: We must understand that God chose Abraham from paganism in order to provide salvation for all nations of the world.
Isaiah; Principle #44; Isa. 61:1-11; p. 976
The Day of Grace: Our primary message today should focus on God's grace and truth in Jesus Christ.
Luke; Principle #38; Lk. 17:11-19; p. 1415
Redeeming Grace: We should encourage unbelievers to thank God for His common grace that He has bestowed on all humanity.
Romans; Principle #9; Rom 5:12-21; p. 1541
God's Saving Grace: To walk in God's will, we must believe that God's grace is far greater than the power of sin.
Romans; Principle #18; Rom 9:6-29; p. 1548
God's Sovereign Mercy: We must understand that God's elective grace is not only based on who He is, but is also directly related to His love for all lost humanity.
1 Corinthians; Principle #1; 1 Cor. 1:1-9; p. 1566
God's Grace: To explain and appreciate God's grace, we must understand the various ways this divine source is used in the New Testament.
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