Thursday, September 20, 2007


I've felt so aware recently of the power of God's redemption and love. The need for and reality of grace.

Grace, she carries the world on her hips
No champagne flute for her lips
No twirls or skips between her fingertips
She carries a pearl in perfect condition

What once was hurt
What once was friction
What left a mark
No longer stains
Because grace makes beauty
Out of ugly things

Grace finds beauty in everything

Grace finds goodness in everything


davymull said...

thank God for the grace shown to us.
may we be grace-givers to othes.

Anonymous said...

can we ever really live grace as we are supposed to? why is it that often see more grace in the lives of those who have no connection with churches than those who do?

Gary Boal said...

Praise God for the Cross of His Son, by which we receive all grace.
Thank you for simply reminding us here to be thankful for grace.

Anonymous said...

You did a a good job last night at the dinner.