grace of God

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Synonyms for grace of God

(Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God

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1547): "If anyone says that man can be justified before God by his own works, whether done by his own natural powers or through the teaching of the law, without divine grace through Jesus Christ, let him be anathema .
Three essays approach the problem of divine grace and human free will from decidedly theological angles.
Even the impossible becomes possible when we are strengthened by the realization that we do not rely solely on ourselves, but on the renewable resource of divine grace.
Ansari said the festival commemorates the spirit of sacrifice shown by Prophet Ibrahim and reaffirms the truth that from man's complete willingness to sacrifice springs divine grace and compassion.
Manias anti-heroes might consider it weakness, but I think it comes close to divine grace.
Flietstra--professor of mammalian physiology at Point Loma Nazarene University--outlines the five basic components of Darwinian evolutionary theory and argues that all of them may be considered consonant with a Christian understanding of divine grace in creation.
Many of Viqar's poems are attributed to divine grace, and his invoking of God's blessings in poetic expression shows that he receives inspiration in a sophisticated manner.
Ines de la Fressange, our new L'Oreal Paris spokeswoman, has divine grace, that very contemporary way of being a woman, at once free, unexpected and mesmerizing.
Sure, the people of the region want a new one too but with God s divine grace, a new Middle East without the American dominance and the presence of the Zionist regime will materialise," he said.
For Maritain, writes Trapani, "nothing, not Poetry, not metaphysics, not philosophical contemplation, takes the place of that union and beatitude given in supernatural contemplation and divine grace.
Xpress Money has fulfilled my wish to perform Umrah and experience divine grace.
Augustine's writings against the Pelagians were also influential in so far as they argued for certain cooperation with the workings of divine grace.
Holy Week is a sacred time of divine grace, which seeks to detach us from things material, lowly and corrupt in order to attract us toward things superior, wholesome and spiritual.
Opening with a single chord from Liverpool Cathedral's magnificent organ, the first part burst into life as the amassed choirs called for God's divine grace in a bold yet frenzied evocation reminiscent of the obsessively devout.
More to follow Divine Grace has a two-year-old Excellent Art filly in training with Roger Varian who appears to be nice.