Mar 4, 2007
Amazing Grace. You've probably sung the song, maybe at
church, maybe at a funeral, or you've heard it on bagpipes to mark
some ceremonious moment. Growing up, I had a great aunt named
Grace. She was so old and such delightful fun to be around,
we chuckled and dubbed her truly "amazing Grace." Perhaps you've
asked someone to "say grace" over a meal, or you've watched an
especially graceful performance by an athlete. Grace is one
of those words that gets thrown around so often. And yet it
seems at many points in our lives, we don't fully grasp it's
meaning, or truly appreciate and experience grace to the fullest,
as God profoundly intended for us.
So, starting this Sunday (March 4th) and leading up to Easter Sunday (April 8th this year), we are going to work at dissecting grace.