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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 Community of Grace

“We grow in grace by growing with and toward each other.”

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Healed and Restored

“Grace has a goal—to so completely mend our lives that we ‘have life, and have it to the full’” (John 10:10).

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Grace for the Empty-Handed

“Only empty hands can grasp the fullness of His grace.”

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What Doesn’t Change

 “The Saviour binds Himself by promises—forever and for all:  ‘I will never refuse anyone who comes to Me’” (John 6:37).

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Following Grace

“We grow in grace by turning toward the Son”

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Choose Grace

“Align your will this day with Him who has the will and power to save you for all time.”

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Repeat After Me

"Each life deserves the mercy given me, and Christ empowers me to be the one to share it."

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Summer Grace

“Only He who rules the waves can bring us—at the last—to anchor in the harbor of forgiveness and forever.”

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Daily Grace

“Grace offered to our wounded world is evidence that we ourselves are being healed.”

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Heroic Faith

“No force in God’s wide universe can match the power of one soul saved by grace and happy in the Lord.”

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The Church’s One Foundation

“Each doctrine finds its truth in grace: the kindness of our Lord is core to all that’s worth believing.”

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The Price of Glory

“The cost of grace is knowing that we came from dust and will forever sleep in it if we refuse God’s gift.”

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The One and Only

“In Jesus on His cross we meet God’s best and only offer: there is no B, C, D, or E.”

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The Costliness of Grace

“The holy terror Isaiah wailed—‘I am undone!’—is answered by a holy joy when we hear Jesus crying from His cross, ‘It is finished!’”

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The Sound of Graceful Laughter

“The kindness Jesus offers us becomes the gentleness we offer others as we—with joy—repent of all that isn’t grace.”

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Blessed Forgetfulness

“True gratitude will yet erase each trace of all that doesn’t grow from grace.”

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Without Indictment

When we covenant—like Jesus—to no longer count trespasses against each other (2 Cor 5:19), we become capable—for the first time—of obeying His command to love.

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Grace to Follow

Grace is more patient than we know: Christ's calendar counts every day, not only perfect ones.

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Grace-filled Obedience

Only lives awash in grace can truthfully declare, "I delight to do Your will, O my God" (Psalm 40:8, NRSV).

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Journeying With Jesus

Grace is Jesus walking through our Galilees and Jerichos, our Canas and Gethsemanes, for we are saved by Jesus so that we may be with Jesus.

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