Tag Archives: Divine grace

The Struggle for Grace

“Grace. It’s what I crave most when my guilt is exposed. The very thing I’m hesitant to extend when I’m confronted with the guilt of others — especially when their guilt has robbed me of something I consider valuable.” Andy … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Hot-Blooded Young Men

If you’ve fought with questions like, “Will God love me if I keep sinning,” and “Does God’s grace mean I can continue to live in sin,” then Paul Ellis (Escape to Reality) has presented an excellent article titled “An Open … Continue reading

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How Bonhoeffer Saw the Grace of Luther

Of Martin Luther, Dietrich Bonhoeffer states, “Costly grace was given as a gift to Luther. It was grace, because it was water onto thirsty land, comfort for anxiety, liberation from the servitude of a self-chosen path, forgiveness of all sins. … Continue reading

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What Grace Has Become

Recent posts submitted by some of the skilled writers at WordPress (much unlike this dabbler) reminded me of a friend long since visited. His name is Dietrich Bonhoeffer and he resides in my personal library (you may think that’s a … Continue reading

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Where Judgement Ends and Grace Begins

I’m up to it again! That title… the one at the top of the page, yeah that one! I stole it! There (confession is good for the soul)! Want to know something else? I don’t feel any guilt whatsoever for … Continue reading

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