The grace of God is given through the sacrifice of Jesus for us to walk in the Spirit and fulfill all righteousness. He will lead us in doing good works. The grace of God does not “cover” walking in the flesh. Rom 8:13, If you live according to the flesh you will die, but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live. Verse 14, For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are the sons of God. Jesus will be giving unto every one of us according to our works; He will reward us. The grace of God is the gift of righteousness through the gift of God’s Son, so we can be dead to sin in Him, and alive unto God; married to another; to Jesus who was raised from the dead, to bring forth fruit unto God, walking with Him, obeying the Father, led by the Holy Spirit as sons and daughters of God. The grace of God enables us to put to death the deeds of the body, the works of the flesh, through the Spirit, that we might live in Christ. We are no longer slaves of sin, but we have become slaves of God, bought by His Blood. We are not our own. Our past sins are forgiven, we are become righteous in Jesus through the gift of His righteousness. Then we continue in Him, yielding to the Holy Spirit to do the will of God every day, not yielding to the flesh, but putting it to death through the Spirit. We continue in His grace, confessing our sins, being forgiven and cleansed; walking with a pure conscience. It is the grace of God given to us that we can now come to God and confess any sin and be forgiven and cleansed, and it is not imputed to us because of faith in Jesus’ sacrifice, because of the grace of God. If we will not confess it to God, if we will not repent from the heart, but continue in sin, we trample under foot the Son of God and count the Blood of the Covenant wherewith we were sanctified an unholy thing, and we do despite unto the Spirit of Grace!