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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

The Long Unfolding Story

“It will take millennia—at least—to help us comprehend the length and breadth and height and depth of grace beyond degree.”

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The Grip of Grace

“Thank goodness—no, thank Jesus—that His love still rescues sinners”

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Walking in Grace

“We grow in grace when we go walking with Christ’s friends”

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Mirror in the Heart

“So our daily prayer is always, ‘Make me more and more like Jesus.’”

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Grace and Solidarity

“What is this pledge we make to each other as members of Christ's body? Certainly not a vow of good behavior--or pure doctrine, or continuous devotion or unwearied witness. At the heart, we are promising that no one who believes in Christ will ever be left alone--in joy or grief, in success or…

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Grace and Imitation

“The grace of Christ is always multiplying--first for us, then through us.”

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Following Grace

“Grace and change are footprints visible on each disciple's path, but always in that order.”

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Counternarrative of Grace

“There is more life to write—more hope, more joy, more resurrection—all His, and thus, all ours.”

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Learning How to be Helpless

“Grace contradicts the habits time has taught us.”

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Grace Agrees

“This is the day to forgo all forgiven sins, and so begin the life of joy.”

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Tangible Grace

“Be grateful for the kindly souls who stay with you because they stay in grace.”

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Freely Chosen

“Today, I choose to sing the song, and yes: it really is amazing.”

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Life-Giving Grace

“If we will give Christ time, then He will give us joy.”

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When Morning Gilds the Skies

“The light of grace is usually a dawn, not a lightning strike.”

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Collateral Grace

“Here’s to the tenacious believers who will not let us go because the Lord has not let them go.”

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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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At Home With Grace

“We are either saved by grace, or not at all.”

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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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