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Tag Archives: Grace

Sharing God’s Grace

Grace reminds us that every good thing is a gift. Continue Reading Sharing God’s Grace

An Attitude of Gratitude

Life is a gift, totally given to us without cost. Continue Reading An Attitude of Gratitude

A Second Gaze

Only after God has taught us how to live “undefended” can we stand with and for others. Continue Reading A Second Gaze

A Universal Connection

Mystics look out from different eyes that see the grace in all things. Continue Reading A Universal Connection

Accepting Our Imperfections

Jesus does not demand great actions from us but simply surrender and gratitude. Continue Reading Accepting Our Imperfections

A Windfall of Delight

We know that our inevitable passing away is not the end of our ripened and transformed life. Continue Reading A Windfall of Delight

The Power of Forgiveness

The only way out of the present justified hatreds of the world is grace. Continue Reading The Power of Forgiveness

Everything Is a Gift

Only the experience of divine mercy breaks down our meritocracies and entitlement. Continue Reading Everything Is a Gift

The Sower’s Generosity

The focus of the parable of the Sower is not on us and our shortfalls but on the generosity of our maker. Continue Reading The Sower’s Generosity

Stay Where the Pain Is

Mature religion always teaches some form of contemplation—to break our addiction to egoic, disconnected thinking. Continue Reading Stay Where the Pain Is

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