To fall from grace means to do something wrong and get in trouble with someone.
To experience reduced status or prestige, cease to be held in favour.
To sin and get on the wrong side of God.
1. My company executives have fallen from grace and may well be dissolved entirely.
2. Sometimes life gives you choices that you’re not proud of and for me it was either fall from grace or starve.
3. The government official’s fall from grace gave his critics the power to judge him more than before.
4. Many athletes fall from grace from taking illegal steroids and lost their fame overnight.
backslide, backsliding, deviate, disobedience, fall, fall from favour, lapse, original sin, setback, slip, trip