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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

Gracenotes

A weekly GraceNote from Adventist Review editor Bill Knott

When Our Hearts Condemn Us

“As we learn grace, we learn to agree with God.”

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The Facts of Grace

“God chooses to forget our sins because He also chooses to remember—as only a Father can—the sacrifice of His Son in our place.”

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Forgive. Forget. Repeat.

“The grace we give will never match the grace we’re given.”

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With Empty Hands

“Embrace the fullness of the cross.”

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The Rain of Grace

“This is a day for standing in the rain.”

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Trusting Grace

“Through grace, we learn to hope again. We trust what Christ alone accomplishes for us—redemption, wholeness and eternity.”

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New Year’s Grace

“Grace heals the past, and offers us a new year rich with love and joy.”

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Forever Grace

“When we sing of Grace come down, we never--ever--sing alone.”

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The Grace That Heals

“As we have been forgiven, so we extend the gift of grace.”

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In Grace We Hope

“When you have grace, you have it all.”

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Full and Free

“In grace, we live the fullest, freest lives imaginable”

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The Long Calendar of Grace

“Grace can wait for love to grow”

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The Reason We Sing

“His we are, so hymn we sing.”

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Good News Community

“Help us to live together as people who have been forgiven a great debt”—Peter Marshall.

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The Triumph of the Good

“The heart set free to follow Christ has allied with the winner in this final fight.”

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Chorusing Grace

"The grace of Jesus is the great shared chorus of our faith"

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A Story About Jesus

“Only Jesus is amazing: only grace is worth the song.”

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The Habits of Grace

“Join Jesus as He crosses all that divides us from each other.”

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The Contrariness of Grace

“We will know the deep soul-satisfaction of re-gifting what we didn’t deserve”

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Forgiving Because Forgiven

“The act of forgiving teaches us how fully we have been forgiven.”

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