fall from grace definition

  • verb:
    • to lose God's favour through sins or wrongdoings
    • to fall from one's existing social place to something lower, to reduce your prestige, condition or power.
    • revert returning to bad behavior over time of great behavior
    • to lose Jesus's favour through sins or wrongdoings
    • to-fall from one's current social place to one thing lower, to reduce one's status, condition or power.
    • revert returning to bad behavior over time of great behavior
    • to get rid of Jesus's favor through sins or wrongdoings
    • to-fall from one's existing personal place to some thing reduced, to reduce your prestige, condition or power.
    • revert back again to bad behavior after a period of great behavior

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