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grace

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Divine love and protection bestowed freely on people.
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(Verb) unmerited favor
Usage: Jesus has given me grace not through something I did, but by his atoneing sacrifice through His great love.

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(Noun) the act of giving forgiveness, even though the recipient does not deserve it
Usage: A sinner can be justified by the death of Jesus on the cross.

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(Noun) Being given something good that you don't deserve, in contrast with mercy, not being given a punishment you do deserve.
Usage: Jesus showed both mercy and grace by forgiving me of my sins, and taking the punishment for them on Himself.

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(Verb) To move with beauty or elegance; commonly associated with dancing.
Usage: She moved across the dance floor with grace.

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(Noun) forgiveness and love unconditionally and free
Usage: The grace of my Lord is for everyone who will accept.

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(Noun) An exhibit of elegance and/or beauty in one's actions, forms, or manners.
Usage: The ballerina was famous for her grace because she had such poise while she danced.

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(Verb) The giving of something that was long awaited or expected by another or others.
Usage: Finally she decided to quit delaying and graced us with her presence.

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(Abbreviation) Grand Rapids Area Center for Ecumenism
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(Abbreviation) Genetic Risk Assessment of Cardiac Events
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(Abbreviation) Global Registry of Acute Coronary Events
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(Abbreviation) Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment
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(Abbreviation) Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange

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