Tag Archives: Grace of God

life: unmasked — Humbled by the Gospel

Life: UnmaskedIn an effort to become more authentic in the blog, I’ve started doing something new, and joined Joy, a new writer I’ve come to know, in sharing about life: unmasked. I’m grateful for Joy’s allowing me to participate in this blog meme, and look forward to sharing some of my struggles, questions, and failures.
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In an age focused on self-respect and political correctness, to be undignified is perhaps seen as the most grievous of errors. When we see a couple making out in public, we think (or yell) “Get a room!” When someone crosses boundaries of what we consider politically correct conversation, we become indignant and correct their error rather harshly. And when someone who confesses Christ as Lord cusses, the world ends.
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The Grace of God

In The Grace of God, Andy Stanley does an amazing job covering the various aspects of God’s grace in Scripture, and how it applies to our lives. Stanley shows us how the fact that we were even created is a sign of God’s grace. He discusses God’s grace after The Fall, throughout Israel’s formation and history, and how Jesus is the ultimate expression of The Grace of God.
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