Grace is undeserved, unearned and unmerited favor. This is the definition of what grace is. If you attain something because you earned it by some means, then it isn’t grace but it is by works. Grace is an important and powerful factor in reality creation. With grace, good things can happen to you in unexpected ways. Grace enables you to experience positive outcomes even when the preceding events were negative or your original creative acts were negative. Grace changes the flow of events in your favor.
The Law of Grace states that any Divine Being can apply the Law of Mercy to grant a pardon to one who has made a mistake, so that the Karma may be set aside. But such an act of pardon is entirely at the discretion of the Divine Being and though individuals may request and seek or beg, they have no right to demand Grace, Mercy or Forgiveness when other karmic justice is their due. There are universal police forces that execute divine justice just like there are earthly police establishing law and order.
Grace and righteousness are the two keys to reigning in life. For if by one man’s (Adam) offence death reigned by one; much more they which receive abundance of grace and of the gift of righteousness shall reign in life by one, Jesus Christ. To reign is to be king and to exercise kingly power. It is to possess or exercise sovereign power or authority. It is to rule; govern; direct; control; prevail. Being a powerful creator is all about ruling and being in control. Grace and righteousness gives you the power to reign.
Our right to rule comes from the gift of righteousness which was given to us by the Son of God through the divine exchange on the cross. Redemption is an exchange of karma between the Perfect Man and fallen humanity. We are no longer sinners but righteous before God through the righteousness of faith. Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need. The purpose of grace is to help us when we have need. Grace is very practical.
There is a way by which the experience of grace increases and multiplies. The Bible says that the law entered, that the offence might abound. God’s moral law was not given to make men holy, but to reveal men’s inadequacy for perfect living. But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound. It means at times when you feel you have done something wrong and expect negative karma to manifest, you can believe in the Law of Grace and you would experience positive instead of negative outcomes.
People of old times misunderstood this wonderful truth about grace when they heard it. They responded “What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound?” They think that the Law of Grace gives them the freedom to sin. But No, God forbid. The Law of Grace is not intended to give freedom to sin, but to give freedom to experience a positive reality without the consequences of negative karma. The Law of Grace is meant to allow life to overcome death rather than to live more deeply in it.
For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. A person who is truly under grace would not want to commit evil just because they know the Law of Grace can enable them to exchange negative karma with positive one. A person who thinks that way is really under law because the Bible says that the strength of sin is the law. It is the law that says “Do Not” which creates an opposite reaction of “Do!” Grace does not create opposition, therefore grace empowers morality.
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