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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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Choose Grace

Only one force can thwart the final triumph of God’s grace in any life, but it’s a potent one. Grace is more faithful, more persistent, and more beautiful than we have dreamed of, but grace won’t override a frozen, unrepentant will. If we insist upon being lost in the end, Jesus will, with tears, accept our choice. But if that tiny mustard seed—that ‘measure of faith’ God gives each human life (Rom 12:3)—once seeks His heart and cherishes His mercy, it is Christ’s powerful prerogative to save us to the uttermost. Align your will this day with Him who has the will and power to save you for all time. And stay in grace.


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