All is grace. It’s not an empty saying or something you tell yourself to get through the next five minutes – like a band-aid for your soul.
It means we can have confidence in God even when we don’t feel like it.
Speeding ticket? Grace. Laid off? Grace. Cancer? Grace.
It’s easy to believe the good things that happen in our lives are God’s grace. But how can the bad things be grace too? Because if God allows heartbreak, sorrow, illness, or death in our lives, we can believe it is to draw out some greater good. Faith is strengthened in time of difficulty.
All is the result of God’s never ending, never stopping, forever love for us. All is grace.