“Grace is an outrageously relational term.”
– Dr. Ed Khouri
“How is the indwelling Spirit not relational?” – David Crabtree

Exploring Grace

Do we need another Reformation?

It would be wonderful to think that GRACE is revolutionary on its own. It certainly came over that way when first presented in the New Testament. Jesus’ death and resurrection, and the coming of the Holy Spirit paved the way for the introduction of Grace. All believers in Jesus are made righteous without the need for Law. Radical? A Reformation? You bet! Grace ‘got up the noses’ of the religious folk, and still does!

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Let’s explore Radical Grace

UnfailingGrace.com, or the content of this website came about because of a recognised need to better understand what New Testament, or New Covenant Grace is all about. It is a much disputed subject when it really should be celebrated in its clarity. Grace is really about a good and wonderful God who grants every believer in Jesus pardon and righteousness. Furthermore, this Grace is not anaemic and weak, it is more than just a free ticket to eternal life which than has to worked for to prove the believer worthy. Grace is free and fully empowered to impart righteousness and giftedness to do the works of Jesus. Ultimately, Grace is the very presence of God.

UnfailingGrace – the New Covenant Revolution

UnfailingGrace is all about the promotion of New Covenant Grace and the empowered life we live loved and accepted by God. Grace is so radical that it offends those who want to add their good deeds to the faith that brings righteousness. We are saved through faith in Jesus alone. Grace is the empowering presence of God that comes through the in-filling of the Holy Spirit. We can only be accepted by God through Grace alone, and He is able to not only declare us righteous (justification) but also make us righteous (sanctification), all through Faith.

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