I would say, life from the dead to die no more, is the gift of God which comes to us, because of the grace through the faith. A couple of questions concerning grace. What was the grace of God that brings salvation to men? What was the grace of God, of which Paul did not want to frustrate of Gal. 2:21? And if Christ be not raised, your faith vain; ye are yet in your sins. 1 Cor. 15:17 That verse states that if Christ has not been given life from the dead there is no salvation. We would still be in our sins. Not only is there no salvation, neither would there be the faith, a noun. Gal. 2:21 if anything is by the works of the law, Christ would have died in vain and neither would there be a need for grace, the resurrection. It is the resurrection, the grace of God the Father toward the Son, washing of regeneration, that allows his death's blood to wash away our sins. If he be not raised his blood did not wash away our sins. The death of Christ and the life also of Christ is imputed to the ungodly through the election of God. Called the righteousness of God.