We refer to a ballet dancer as having grace. We say grace at meals. We talk about the queen of England bringing grace to events she attends. Grace can mean coordination of movement, it can mean a prayer, it can refer to dignity and elegance. Most importantly, grace means unmerited favor—extending special favor to someone who doesn’t deserve it, who hasn’t earned it, and can never repay it.   Charles Swindoll

John 1:17  For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.

Let us ‘walk in grace’ together.
May we  find ‘joy on the journey and good times in the going’.