God’s Grace Enters Silently And Abides In All Things ….

 

“Grace will emerge suddenly like a warm glow and a hazy feeling that you are not alone and that there is a real confirmation in what has just been said or done. You will feel it initially in a sudden feeling of rightness within yourself and in the sudden recognition and appreciation of another. ”

 

“You look for Grace; you cannot find it. You open yourself to Grace, and it appears. You claim Grace for yourself, and it is nowhere to be found. You yield yourself to Grace, and Grace gently emerges. You speak the truth—the truth of what you really know, not the truth of what you want or believe—and Grace is standing beside you. You look at the events of your world with compassion and deep understanding, and Grace looks with you.”

 

“Grace seems to come and go, a momentary experience perhaps, something that is in great contrast to the vast majority of your experiences of being in the world. But it is always there. Think of it like this: It is as if the Greater Self in you and the greater relationship that you have with others momentarily became ignited, as if the ground were illuminated one dark night by flashes of lightning, and for those moments, you realized there is so much there that you could not see before. And after the momentary flashes, you return to darkness. But Grace, for that moment, that tiny moment, has illuminated your life.”

 

“Honor the world because without your judgment you will realize it is a place of grace, a place of beauty and a place that blesses you as you learn to bless it.”

 

“Find your way to Grace, and Grace will have a place to abide with you.”

 

– Excerpts: “Greater Community Spirituality“, Chapter 25, ‘What Is Grace?’

 

“Your promise, then, is to become a man or a woman of Knowledge—a vehicle for Knowledge; a person through which Knowledge can speak, act and move; a bringer of Grace, but also a person of action who can effect change, but with a greater spirit; who can speak the truth, but with a greater authority; who can reveal error, but with a greater compassion. Grace will be with you because Grace will be in you, and Grace will be with your relationships because Grace will be the foundation for their establishment and for their activity.” – “The Meaning Of Christmas“, Dec 1994

 

 

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God’s Grace Enters Silently and Abides In All Things

 

 

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