Amazing Grace

“Shine your soul with the same egoless humility as the rainbow and no matter where you go in this world or the next, love will find you, attend you, and bless you.” – Aberjhani, Journey through the Power of the Rainbow: Quotations from a Life Made Out of Poetry

“I taught I had to be good to walk with God. And God said, My grace is what you need to walk with me, than you will be good.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

“It’s not the law of religion nor the principles of morality that define our highways and pathways to God; only by the Grace of God are we led and drawn, to God. It is His grace that conquers a multitude of flaws and in that grace, there is only favor. Favor is not achieved; favor is received.” – C. JoyBell C.

“Without a heart transformed by the grace of Christ, we just continue to manage external and internal darkness.” – Matt Chandler, The Explicit Gospel

“Electing love has selected some of the worst to be made the best. Pebbles of the brook grace turns into jewels for the crown-royal.” – Charles Haddon Spurgeon

“It may not be an easy thing to live in sweet fellowship with all those with whom we come in contact; but that is what the grace of God is given to us for.” – D.L. Moody

“Neither boost about your own strength nor dignity but the sacred grace of God.” – Lailah Gifty Akita

“The more unworthy you feel yourself to be, the more evidence have you that nothing but unspeakable love could have led the Lord Jesus to save such a soul as yours. The more demerit you feel, the clearer is the display of the abounding love of God in having chosen you, and called you, and made you an heir of bliss.” – Charles Haddon Spurgeon

“Why grace? Because some days, it’s the only thing we have in common. Because it’s the one thing I’m certain is real. Because it’s the reason I’m here. Because it’s the oxygen of religious life, or so says a musician friend of mine, who tells me, “Without it, religion will surely suffocate you.” Because so many of us are gasping for air and grasping for God, but fleeing from a kind of religious experience that has little to do with anything sacred or gracious.” – Cathleen Falsani

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Much love y’all & much more understanding of this beautiful gift of Grace, 

Bonnie 

Amazing Grace

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