Tag Archives: forgiviness

A Bandage of Grace for Every Offense

Recently I felt I was intentionally excluded from an electronic conversation. When I first heard about it, I tried to brush it off and said it didn’t bother me, but the truth is – it did. I felt left out … Continue reading

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Grace for the Graceless

It had been a long day when I finally pulled into the garage. Training on the new route had taken at least two hours longer than I anticipated, but I was strangely undisturbed by the delay and the day was … Continue reading

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Wounded and Bruised

Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. 5 But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace … Continue reading

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Broken Gates

Yesterday, I was listening to an audio book by Tim Keller titled, “The Reason for God”. Somewhere in the eleventh or twelfth chapter, Tim Keller begins to speak on forgiveness and how it relates to salvation and why Christ had … Continue reading

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Spilling Grace

I grew up here in the south where the people here have deep roots. We are conservative and most of us consider ourselves to be a moral, upright, people who have a strong history of conservative beliefs and practices. When I was … Continue reading

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Grace Colored Glasses

When I was a girl I had a friend who seemed to find the good in every situation. She was always happy and cheerful and I remember hearing a teacher say she viewed the world through ‘rose-colored glasses’. I did … Continue reading

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