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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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At Home With Grace

“The unredeemed heart is always in a war with grace, for grace erases all the points we give ourselves for better choices, deeper penance, sins avoided, and comparative holiness. Through one magnificently unrepeatable act—the sacrifice of Jesus—we all are offered what we otherwise would think we had to earn. Grace cancels debts without a mortgage; it lets us live in the Father’s house without a payment book. It tells us we are children—even heirs—when we would rather be just servants. Grace ultimately upends the whole economy by which we think to prove our value to the Lord and to ourselves. The truth allows no compromise: we are either saved by grace, or not at all. So stay in grace.”

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