The New Testament interweaves the concept of saving-grace and gifting-grace
so totally that to eliminate either would destroy the system embodying both.
The structure of the grace-system is perfect, indivisible. The Greek words for
saving grace, charis, and gifting grace, charisma, are merely variations of the
same term. The first is grace in the "delivering" sense; that is, grace that saves
the sinner from hell. The second is grace in the "equipping" sense; that is,