We hear the term grace a great deal. We say, here but for the grace of God, go I, or we are asked to say grace over a meal.
The Bible uses the term to refer to God's unmerited favor to human beings. Grace is the moment the flower blooms, the subtle harmony from a musical instrument, the sweet breeze of autumn, a relaxed breath. Grace arrives as effortlessly as the falling leaves. I can feel that grace the most when I stop trying to figure out life and just let it be.
I find that it's when I’m most unprepared that’s where grace kicks in. Every situation is different and I have grace in each moment. Through life’s hardest moments and everything in between there’s grace. And grace is enough.
Grace is a gift. God's grace is sufficient for every moment of every day. And we all need it.
Cherish every moment of your life.
Courage is grace under pressure.