Grace is God's unmerited favor - His goodness toward those who have no claim on, nor reason to expect, divine favor. We are saved by grace, through faith, and not by any effort on our own parts (Eph. 2:8-9). Anyone who is saved is already walking in God's favor.

But God wants to go beyond that, as amazing as it is, and bless each of us personally with His favor in our daily lives. Let us begin to train ourselves in the principles of God's favor so we can put them into practice.

1. What are some of the things we must do to walk in the favor of God?
  a) Job 33:26:
  b) Proverbs 3:1-4:
  c) Proverbs 8:34-35:
  d) Proverbs 11:27:
  e) Proverbs 14:9:

2. Is it possible to grow in favor - both with God and man? (1 Samuel 2:26)

3. List some others in the Bible who found favor with God, man, or both God and man. Identify the person(s) with whom each one found favor.
  a) Genesis 39:21: found favor with
  b) Exodus 11:3: found favor with
  c) Ruth 2:8-11: found favor with
  d) 1 Samuel 16:21-22: found favor with
  e) Luke 1:30: found favor with
  f) Luke 2:52: found favor with
  g) Acts 2:47: found favor with
  h) Acts 13:22: found favor with

4. What will happen in your life, when you are walking in the favor of God?
  a) Psalm 1:3:
  b) Psalm 5:12:
  c) Psalm 30:5:
  d) Psalm 41:11
  e) Psalm 44:3
  f) Psalm 119:58:
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