Grace in 1854.
I’d quite like Grace to tell her that!
“I want you and everyone else to leave with me,” Grace replied.
Perhaps the only player not overcome with uncertainty was Grace.
Sometimes Carole forgets who Grace is and mistakes her for the nanny.
Everybody in America knows “Amazing Grace” or will encounter it eventually.
For Leibniz, the Kingdom of Nature and the Kingdom of Grace were parallel orders.
If your grace period was longer than 60 days, you'll keep the favorable grace period.
Explaining the efficacy of grace is easier on Estius’s theory than on the competing theories, because it is simpler.
Catholics, Eastern Orthodox, and some Protestants agree that grace is conferred through the sacraments, “the means of grace.”
Catholic Christians believe that the sacraments are channels for God’s grace - every time they take part in a sacrament, they receive more grace.
Check in with your bank to learn if you have a grace period on your accounts and what the exact grace period is in order to better avoid paying interest.
As Schiller sums up, “Grace, then, lies in the freedom of intentional movements, dignity in the mastery of instinctive ones” (“On Grace and Dignity,” NA 297; Curran 160).
And surely the art of the painter and every other creative and constructive art are full of them,—weaving, embroidery, architecture, and every kind of manufacture; also nature, animal and vegetable,—in all of them there is grace or the absence of grace.
It is in the unintentional accompaniments of intentional actions that we can discern people's real commitment to what they are doing and the ease with which they make that commitment; the latter is grace, and thus the movements that express that are the expression of grace.
One hundred years after his death, cricketer WG Grace remains a formidable challenge for biographers, and Richard Tomlinson’s exhaustively researched Amazing Grace (Little, Brown) gets us closer to both the man and the cricketer than before, demolishing myths in considerable style.
The Roman Catholic theology of grace stresses the habitual character of the life created by the gift of grace and therefore ascribes merit to obedience to the law of God; classical Protestantism spoke of a cooperating grace after conversion as a way of including man’s activity in the life of grace, but it avoided language that would suggest that man earns something by his obedience in grace.
The word grace is the central subject of three great theological controversies: (1) that of the nature of human depravity and regeneration (see Pelagianism), (2) that of the relation between grace and free will (q.v.; see also predestination; Arminianism), and (3) that of the “means of grace” between Catholics and Protestants, i.e., whether the efficacy of the sacraments as channels of the divine grace is dependent on good works performed or dependent on the faith of the recipient.
- (Christian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who is under such divine influence
Example: the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin
- make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.
- be beautiful to look at
- elegance and beauty of movement or expression
Example: a beautiful figure which she used in subtle movements of unparalleled grace
- a sense of propriety and consideration for others
Example: a place where the company of others must be accepted with good grace
- a disposition to kindness and compassion
Example: the victor's grace in treating the vanquished
- a period of time past the deadline for fulfilling an obligation during which a penalty that would be imposed for being late is waived, especially an extended period granted as a special favor
Example: The payment had originally been due on April 1 but we had a grace period which expired in June.
- a short prayer of thanks before a meal
Example: their youngest son said grace
- (Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God
Example: God's grace is manifested in the salvation of sinners
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The word grace is the central subject of three great theological controversies 1 that of the nature of human depravity and regeneration see Pelagianism 2 that of the relation between grace and free will qv see also predestination Arminianism and 3 that of the means of grace between Catholics and Protestants ie whether the efficacy of the sacraments as channels of the divine grace is dependent on good works performed or dependent on the faith of the recipient