1. Grace in the soul is heaven in that soul. – Matthew Henry
2. With God’s grace, you can do everything you ought to do.
3. Anything this side of hell is pure grace. – Unknown
4. Grace finds us beggars but leaves us, debtors. – Augustus Toplady
5. He who is graceless in the day of grace will be speechless in the Day of Judgment. – Unknown
6. The life of grace is the death of sin, and the growth of grace the decay of sin. – Thomas Brooks
7. Sin and grace are like two buckets at a well; when one is up the other is down. – Thomas Brooks
8. In the Bible there are three distinctive meanings of grace; it means the mercy and active love of God; it means the winsome attractiveness of God; it means the strength of God to overcome. – Charles L. Allen
9. God’s grace is sufficient for us anywhere his providence places us.
10. Grace is especially associated with men in their sins: mercy is usually associated with men in their misery. – Unknown
11. The law tells me how crooked I am. Grace comes along and straightens me out. -D L Moody
12. Grace is free but it is not cheap for as Martyn Lloyd-Jones reminds us
13. If the race you have received does not help you to keep the law, you have not received grace!
14. The will of God will never lead to where the grace of God cannot keep you.
16. Grace does not offer freedom to sin; it offers freedom from sin.
17. Law sentences a living man to death; grace brings a dead man to life.
18. Grace always leads to peace.
19. The doctrines of grace humble a man without degrading him, and exalt him without inflating him. – Charles Hodge
20. The sanctifying grace of God is appropriated by the obedient and unrelenting activity of the regenerate man. – J. A. Motyer
21. Death shortens our way to heaven, but grace sweetens our way to heaven.
22. Grace is the first and last word of the Gospel; and peace—perfect spiritual soundness—is the finished work of grace. – James Denney
23. Self-consciousness is a sure sign that there is not much depth of grace. – Spurgeon
24. God’s grace is not only amazing grace, it is abounding grace. – Vance Havner
25. The grace of God transcends all our feeble efforts to describe it. It cannot be poured into any of our mental receptacles without running over.— Vance Havner
26. A supply of grace is in store for believers against all exigencies; but they are only supplied with it as the need arises. – A. R. Fausset
27. If the ‘grace’ you have received does not help you to keep the law, you have not received grace. – D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
28. A man may find out many ways to hide his sin, but he will never find out any way to subdue his sin, but by the exercise of grace. – Thomas Brooks
29. The less we have of self the more room there is for His divine grace. -Spurgeon
30. New trials will bring new grace and prove the value of old promises. – Spurgeon
31. Your adversity may prove your advantage by offering occasion and opportunity for the display of divine grace. – Spurgeon
32. God’s grace is immeasurable; his mercy inexhaustible; his peace inexpressible.
33. We have a constant dependence upon God. All our natural actions depend upon his providence, all our spiritual actions upon his grace. – Matthew Henry
34. Accept God’s grace through faith, then prove his grace through works.
35. God would never save us by grace so we could live in disgrace.
36. Self-denial is the finest lesson in the school of grace.
37. Always distinguish between the words ‘attain’ and ‘obtain’. We can never attain or earn God’s gracious help by prayer or service, but we can obtain, appropriate and take it. – F. B. Meyer
38. God who is love allows Himself to love sinful people. That is grace – Charles Ryrie
39. I am not what I might be, I am not what I ought to be, I am not what I wish to be, I am not what I hope to be; but I thank God I am not what I once was, and I can say with the great apostle, ‘By the grace of God I am what I am.’ – John Newton
40. We hear these days about “cheap grace.” It doesn’t mean much to be a Christian. But salvation is the costliest item on earth. It cost our Lord everything to provide it and it costs us everything to possess it. — Vance Havner
41. Law condemns the best man; grace saves the worst man.
42. A man can no more take in a supply of grace for the future than he can eat enough for the next six months or take sufficient air into his lungs at one time to sustain life for a week. We must draw upon God’s boundless store of grace from day to day, as we need it. – D. L. Moody
43. Christians need to pray two prayers: “Lord, give me light,” and “Give me grace to walk in the light.”
44. Too many apply the principles of “saving grace” to their pocketbooks rather than their souls.
45. Love that gives upward is worship, love that goes outward is affection; love that stoops is grace — Donald Grey Barnhouse
46. It is possible to grow in Bible knowledge and yet not grow in grace or in one’s personal relationship with God.
47. The will of God will never lead you where the grace of God cannot keep you. – Unkno
48. When the mask of self-righteousness has been torn from us and we stand stripped of all our accustomed defenses, we are candidates for God’s generous grace. – Erwin W. Lutzer
49. The law detects, grace alone conquers sin. – Augustine
50. Grace is but glory begun, and glory is but grace perfected — Jonathan Edwards
51. The man who has been quiet enough to get a message from God will find in the same quiet hour the grace to give it. — Vance Havner
52. Grace is the only thing that can make us like God. I might be dragged through heaven, earth, and hell and I would still be the same sinful, polluted wretch unless God Himself should cleanse me by His grace. – Dying words of one ancient saint
By Gilbert Magomere Ayieko