God of all grace

The name “God of all grace” highlights God grace toward humankind. The Greek word charitos is full of meaning. It includes not only the idea of God’s unmerited favor but also His love and mercy. God was under no obligation to show mercy or favor to people; He chose to do so purely out of love and He never gives it grudgingly. We can never earn God’s grace, it is a free gift. Grace truly is amazing.

A name of God pictured in the Greek text: God of all grace in 1 Peter 5:10.

God of all grace in the Greek text of 1 Peter 5:10.

God of all grace in Greek:

Ho Theos pasēs charitos

Strong’s Concordance numbers: 2316, 3956, 5485

Bible reference: 1 Pet. 5:10

Peter comforted Christians who were being persecuted:

After you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself perfect, confirm, strengthen and establish you. (1 Peter 5:10)

One of the New Testament names of the Holy Spirit is Spirit of grace and, in the Old Testament, He is the Spirit of grace and supplication.