And with great power, the apostles showed witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was on them all.” Acts 4:33

All of us that are saved are beneficiaries of God’s divine grace. We as believers are saved by grace. That grace represents Christ himself and all that we have favorably received from God is a result of His grace.

John 1:14 The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

Notice that Jesus came from God full of grace and truth. Put differently, He Christ realistically was grace in all its fullness. To understand we must look at what grace is in today's terms. Many Psychologists agree that holding unforgiveness and anger, will prevent the environment around your life from producing healing and well-being. Experiencing a life focused on love and grace towards others will cultivate healing.

Hence, grace is offering love, forgiveness, and favor to those who do not deserve it. By all means, those who have wrongfully hurt you. Jesus came with unlimited grace that eventually became an active part of His disciple's lives.

They experienced at first a measure of His grace, not knowing until later there was much more. James 4:6 says, “He bestows more grace.” No matter how much grace we have known, there is more grace available.

Extraordinary grace is available to all of God's people, even though many in the church haven't perceived it yet. As stated in the beginning, there is an overflow of grace that God desires us to engage in.

Grace is not given because of our individual efforts. It is favor given in abundance to those who desperately need God’s remedy.