Tag Archives: 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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Around the Web and Back Again

Sometimes, it’s best to let others speak. In my case, it’s probably always advised… here’s some interesting stuff I’ve found along the way. What is the ultimate irony of the Christian faith? Mike Fisk, over at Built with Grace, writes, … 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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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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No Manna for the Morrow

One of my favorite spots to spend a couple of minutes each day is over at Debbie’s blog site, Two Minutes of Grace. Her ability to touch and prod hearts with her words is uncanny. Recently, she graced her readers with a … Continue reading

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