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Living in grace every day means living in the assurance of God's love for his creation (you and me) and that He continues to do all that is within His power and in agreement with His character (attributes) to keep us close to Him and strong in our faith so that we will someday live with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit eternally in heaven.
Grace to most people is unmerited Favour, no wonder only few truly enjoy and experience God grace. Until the believer understands grace in God perception and benevolence, he will only enjoy or experience a limited grace. There is no good or true father that will consider any of his children unworthy of his help or favours, though a child may consider himself/herself unworthy of their father's help or favour. To me, Grace is not unmerited favour but a needed and necessary favours for all. Now, what does it means to live each day in grace? 2 Peter 3:18, Encourage every believer to grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savour Jesus Christ. In Matthew 11:29, Jesus asked all believers to learn of him, knowing that He is meek and lowly in Heart: and we shall find rest for our souls. 1 Peter 5:5, "..., Yea, all of you be subject to one another, and be clothed with humility: for God resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the humble. In my humble opinion, living each day in grace is partly; living a daily life of humility and submission to God and men when necessary. Also, it is growing daily in the knowledge of our Lord and Savour Jesus Christ. How to do these is the most interesting part about living each day in grace, when others tell you how to live each day in grace, they do so with limitation but when you learn how to live each day in grace. You become graceful, so while you receive what you are told, learn more for yourself through the Holy Spirit how to live each day in grace.
Picturing the story of Peter walking on the water, we must always keep our eyes of faith on Jesus. All grace flows from and through Him because of His perfect obedience which pleases our Father in heaven. Everlasting life is the greatest gift of our Fathers grace. We get that by believing in His Son our Lord and Savior Jesus.
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