Grace

Grace is a marvelous but elusive word. “Unmerited favor” is the definition most of us know. It means self-giving, too, and springs from the person’s own being without condition or consideration of whether the object is deserving. Grace may be unnoticed. But there are usually some who will notice. “Where sin abounded, grace did much more abound,” wrote St. Paul. And those who are in a desperation of suffering will notice it, will notice even its lightest touch, and will hold it a precious, an incalculably valuable thing. Elisabeth Elliot

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