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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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The Contrariness of Grace

“Someday—in the land of glory—grace will be our first impulse, the habit that our hearts intend. Until then, it is more often ‘grace against the grain’—a conscious following of Jesus down paths more lined with struggles than with roses, where thorns are all the crown we get. No long applause will greet us when we offer grace that Jesus gives us, nor will we see our names in lights because we quietly forgive what we could otherwise announce. But we will know the deep soul-satisfaction of re-gifting the grace we didn’t deserve, for we have truly taken up His cross, and entered on His mission. So stay in grace.”

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