Here's how my list sorted out.
In the LDS religion we definitely believe in the version of Grace that generally means Christ's loving sacrifice and Atonement, or Saving Grace. But we also believe that 'Grace' alone is not enough. We tend to emphasize the DOING part.
A scripture from the Book of Mormon (a book of scripture we believe to be another testament of Christ) says: "It is by Grace we are saved, AFTER all we can do." Service, charity, our own humility...
Another definition of Grace is like the beautiful graceful dancer. Or one with proper etiquette. We joke when someone trips: 'Way to go Grace!'
But Grace as a virtue kind of has me intrigued and confused.
This definition goes something like:
Do you know someone like this? Someone who employs this kind of Grace? A person who Fills in the blank of their life with Virtues?
Deep Thought Time.
I kind of think it's a bit like comparing the word Smart vs Wisdom.
Is a smart person necessarily one of wisdom?
(Insert virtue here) vs Grace.
Is a kind person gracious? A courageous person, or patient, or honest....
Talk amongst yourselves.