In grace, we are both fully known and deeply loved.
There’s only one way to the kingdom, and it passes through the gate of grace.
Grace holds us, calms us, heals us, stays. There is no hurrying the Lord.
Jesus wants our joy “full-filled”: abundance is the sign of grace.
When I extend the grace of God, I take it deeper in my life.
Grace has no market counterpart – no trade, no barter, no equivalence. It’s Jesus’ sovereign choice to give us what we didn’t earn.
Grace flows to us because God’s heart is always love—unstoppable, without a limit.
We get a new and wonderful reset each time we come to Jesus.
When grace has lived a while in us, we wake one day to learn how much we’ve changed, how everything is different. We […]
Grace is always, first and last, an anthem about Jesus
As day comes on and shadows flee, we learn by hours how to live free.
Is it true, after all that life’s two great certainties are death and taxes? Taxes, we know, involve different brackets for different income […]
You cannot earn the Father’s love. You cannot lose the Father’s love.
The finest songs begin with Him, and end with Him, and He’s in every note between.
God’s grace is always right on time—at just the point we finally agree how lost we were and how found we are.