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"Grace is chen in Hebrew and charis in Greek. In both languages it may be translated as favor. However, in relation to G-d, grace is not passive favor, such as 'to receive favor,' rather it is active favor, such as 'to be favored with a gift.' This active form is the way grace is to be understood in Scripture. In fact, charis is translated as gift many times in the New Covenant writings in connection with the gifts of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor 12:4). In this context it clearly means an endowment or enablement. G-d's grace is His willingness to provide us with His enablement."(endquote:Rabbi David Hargis-http://www.messianic.com/articles/grace.htm){;}{;}God favors His people with provision of empowerment/strength, enabling us to face whatever challenges may come our way in this life. We are 'favored'-not with exemption from life's trials-but with enabling for the task at hand. Grace is the opportunity to walk in the light of those life lessons taught by HIS Love. Through the enabling of GOD's strength, life's

Thankfulness
When in 1996 a local Secondary School opened, the staff decided to create a tradition to prepare Christmas Hampers for those in need. Each advisory class (of around 18 students G9-12) would adopt a f. ...

Thankfulness
When in 1996 a local Secondary School opened, the staff decided to create a tradition to prepare Christmas Hampers for those in need. Each advisory class (of around 18 students G9-12) would adopt a f. ...





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