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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

CHANGING THE STORYLINE

Grace changes my eternal destiny, as well as my emotions.

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GRACE AND PATIENCE

Grace knocks when others rashly batter down the door.

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GRACE AND TRUTH

The road to grace and glory starts with honesty about ourselves

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GRACE AND LIGHT

Give me one grace-filled Christian, and the future of the world begins to shift.

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WHAT GRACE REQUIRES

Grace requires we open our clenched fists—let go our grip on all we’ve called our holiness.

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TRAVELING WITH GRACE

Grace is a daily walk with One who’s never in a hurry

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FAITH IN A SEED

Grace always meets us where we are, but never leaves us where we were.

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IN GRACE WE TRUST

Christ knows what we at last will know: we never, ever, save ourselves.

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THE CANOPY OF GRACE

“We all are stars in constellations built by God: your strength; my song; her witness; his compassion.”

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WHEN FEAR DISAPPEARS

Grace tells us we have no need to hide

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WHAT GRACE ERASES

The only sin grace can't erase is one you won't let Christ forgive.

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SUNRISE BEFORE DAWN

May hope and joy be resurrected-for you; in you; with you; through you.

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THE BREATH OF GRACE

Breathe deeply of the joy best known when letting go and letting God.

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​THE GIFT OF GRACE

Jesus embraces us as though we have given Him some great gift.

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GRACE FOR PRODIGALS

Grace doesn't wait on the front porch until the prodigal comes home.

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UNCOUNTED

God's great delight is in whole numbers-whole you and whole me.

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BLESSED ASSURANCE

Your hope will rise; your joy will grow.

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SURPRISED BY GRACE

Grace grips us with a love that never lets us go.

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Written in Red

There is more to write: grace takes the pen, and writes—in red— “FORGIVEN” over all our sins.

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UNFETTERED JOY

That rippling laughter overhead is Jesus joining in our joy.

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