When she went upstairs to dress, and looked into the looking-glass, she noticed with joy that it was one of her good days, and that she was in complete possession of all her forces,--she needed this so for what lay before her: she was conscious of external composure and free grace
in her movements.
is de on'y way, en dat don't come fum nobody but jis' de Lord; en he kin give it to anybody He please, saint or sinner--he don't kyer.
Beautiful as she had seemed to him before, the lithe charm of her figure and the proud, free grace
of her bearing were enhanced now by the rich simplicity of her attire.
It was pretty ornery preaching -- all about brotherly love, and such-like tiresomeness; but everybody said it was a good ser- mon, and they all talked it over going home, and had such a powerful lot to say about faith and good works and free grace
and preforeordestination, and I don't know what all, that it did seem to me to be one of the roughest Sundays I had run across yet.
Cancelling reward bookings outside of the 24-hour free grace
period has also become cheaper, with the fee reduced from $150 to $125 when completed via aeroplan.com.
We have turned free grace
into cheap grace.We cheapen it with a lack of commitment, lack of gratitude and lack of response.
However, they will be given a one hour free grace
period after their ticket expires, in recognition of the extra time it can take Blue Badge holders to return to their vehicle.
Oman Airport has set a 10-minute free grace
period for dropping off and picking up travellers at the departure and arrival gates at the Muscat International Airport.
Of particular interest to this reviewer are Knollys' "Preface" to fellow Baptist Katherine Sutton's A Christian Woman's Experiences of the Glorious Workings of God's Free Grace
(1663) and his autobiographical The Life and Death of That Old Disciple of Jesus Christ (1692).
Topics of the selections include free grace
from The First Part of an Equal Check to Pharisaism and Antinomianism (1774), unbelief from A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians (1797), heart religion from Practical Piety (1811), spiritual authority from A Treatise on the Nation and Constitution of the Christian Church (1773), and Irish Catholicism from The Christian Duty of Granting the Claims of the Roman Catholics (1827).
Prevenient grace is the free grace
that is given to all, no matter what.