The Graces are four unique powers created by the Supreme Deity whom she gave to her four strongest fighters to fight against the Demon Clan and the Ten Commandments. These powers give their users a special ability and augments both their magical and raw power to make up for the difference in numbers between the Commandments and Archangels. The power of a Grace is so great that it is said that a holder of one Grace is as strong as two individuals with Commandments.
If a human tried to take in a Grace, it would destroy their body and kill them. The only exception is Escanor who somehow was born with Sunshine. However, Escanor's body has shown to be suffering withstanding the effect from using the Grace, even after Escanor returns the Grace to Mael. After using the grace again in a fight against the Demon King and fueling his life force into it, Escanor's body is ultimately destroyed and resulted in his death.
| Flash「||Ludociel||Allows the user to move at amazing speeds, to the point where it seems like teleportation.|
| Ocean「||Tarmiel||Allows the user to make powerful currents of water, turn their body into water to avoid attacks or even create an entire ocean in a plane different from the normal world.|
| Sunshine「|| Mael|
|Allows the user to create and manipulate a minimized sun. Also make the user become stronger with the rise of the sun where they can become nigh-invincible, but will also weaken the user as the sun sets. Considered to be the strongest of the four Graces.|
| Tornado「||Sariel||Allows the user to create powerful winds that can slice apart anything they touch and protect themselves in a wind sphere.|
- Domain of God: An alternate dimension created by the Graces that is cut off from all other worlds and under the users' absolute control. Anyone with raw power less than the creating Archangels would be trapped there, completely at their mercy. Estarossa is almost killed by Sariel and Tarmiel in this world, but he manages to survive and break free by absorbing a second Commandment, giving him power above both of them.