God's grace
God’s grace

“Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man” (Colossians 4:6).


We use to define God’s grace as “unmerited favour.” But looking through the Scriptures, I discovered that grace is much more than unmerited favour.


When the apostles in Jerusalem sent Barnabas to Antioch, the Bible says, “when he (Barnabas) came, and had seen the grace of God, was glad, and exhorted them all…” (Acts 11:23); Barnabas saw the grace of God.

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Now, we know that God’s grace is not physical. If Barnabas saw the grace of God, it is right to say that God’s grace can be expressed outwardly.



In other words, there can be a manifestation of the reality of the grace of God. Therefore, God’s grace  is the divine influence upon the heart and a reflection of this influence in a believer’s life.

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It’s imperative for you to let the grace that’s being wrought in you, show in the words that you speak; words of love and power and in the manifestation of the Spirit in your life. You’re God’s representative and as such you must choose your words.

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Let your words be full of faith and power that would impart grace to the hearers. Always be conscious of the fact that your words are impregnated with power to cause what you speak to happen.

The Bible says we should get rid of “Dirty stories, foul talk, and coarse jokes – these are not for you…” (Ephesians 5:4 TLB). There are some verbal expressions that shouldn’t come out of your mouth.





That everybody says it doesn’t make it good for you. Let everyone who comes in contact with you recognize the grace of God in your heart by your manner of life and words; it should be made manifest that His love reigns in our hearts.