Grace is all in all

Grace is the core of the gospel revealed, preached, and gratefully received. (Acts 20:24). Grace is defined as mercy shown to hell-deserving, nil-deserving, and ill-deserving sinners. Disciples ought to always worship the Lord for His amazing and abundant grace.
Go to the cross: The Love of God, the holiness of God, the justice of God, and the righteousness of God was revealed as the Son of God suffered and died and rose again on the third day. The grace of God pulls people towards Him. (John 3: 14)
Grow and Glow: Believers are not only saved by grace but also could grow in grace. (II Peter 3:18) A growing disciple is also a glowing witness by the grace of God. Disciples become God’s instruments of righteousness, useful for fulfilling God’s purposes. (Romans 6:13)
Go to serve: God’s grace motivates disciples to serve Him. (1 Corinthians 15:10; II Corinthians 9:8) Grace does not make a person selfish, satisfied, and self-sufficient; instead, sacrificial, self-giving, and service-minded.
Grow in trials: God’s grace in trials is amazing as it helps a person to excel, grow and shine. Trials are converted from tragedy to track for robust growth. Human weakness could be overcome by God’s power exhibited through sufficient grace. (II Corinthians 12:9).
Giving: The church in Macedonia experienced the grace of giving. They gave generously beyond their means, despite their poverty. (II Corinthians 8) Human nature is to hoard and store for future safety and security. God’s people give, putting their own future in jeopardy.
Grace in needs: God is gracious to provide all our needs as the Heavenly Father. All his children are invited to God’s throne of mercy to receive appropriate help in times of need. (Hebrews 4:16)
Greetings and final blessings: The final or the last verse of the Bible ends dispensing grace to all who read. “The grace of the Lord Jesus be with all. Amen.” (Revelation 22:21) Yes, the grace is the disciples’ hope fixed on Him when He comes again. (1 Peter 1:13).
Do I enjoy, experience, and extoll God’s grace?