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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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Trusting Grace

“Hope is a fragile thing in a world where bones and dreams grow brittle. Our bodies waste away: our confidence erodes with each day’s record. Fear rises with each storm, and we grow wary of the sky and of each other. Yet there is One in Whom we justly place our hope, for He forgives our sins and heals our diseases. Jesus teaches us to trust the other hearts in whom His Spirit lives. Through grace, we learn to hope again. We trust what Christ alone accomplishes for us—redemption, wholeness and eternity. So stay in grace.”


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