Shades of Grace: All the Right Moves

AND … we are moving …   No, not now. Thankfully we are settled. For now. Whew! It probably sounds very odd to a person who has lived in the same house all of his/her life, but I don’t think of myself as moving around a lot. And yet, as I “write it down”, I am […]

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Shades of Grace: When the LORD is the LORD of Them

S.E. Hinton is quoted as saying “If you have two friends in your lifetime, you’re lucky. If you have one good friend, you’re more than lucky.” And he’s exactly right. It is way more than luck. It is the good grace of a sovereign Father. I really get what he was saying and I realize […]

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Shades of Grace: His Chase, My Pursuit

Andrew Murray said: The only humility that is really ours is not that which we try to show before God in prayer, but that which we carry with us, and carry out, in our ordinary conduct; the insignificances of daily life are the importances and the tests of eternity, because they prove what really is […]

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Shades of Grace: It Always Matters

In rehearsing God’s faithfulness and recognizing His mercy chase, I feel a little bit like the author of Hebrews when he said in Chapter 11 “And what more shall I say? For time will fail me if I tell of …” In grouping events or people in one post, it seems that the significance will […]

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Shades of Grace: No Onions Please

On October 19, 1984, at the beginning of my Junior year, a cute young college guy picked me up from Vail dorm for our first date. On our way to a missions’ conference at Briarwood Pres in Birmingham, he asked me if I would like to grab a bite to eat. Oh! a man after […]

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