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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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THE BREATH OF GRACE

Sometimes in a harried week, the Spirit’s voice breaks through with bell-like clarity: “You aren’t your own: you’re bought with a price.” Believers thus don’t own themselves—their work, their worship, marriages, or mortgages. All things belong to Him whose grace still flows to deeply-wounded lives. Grace heals all our brokenness—especially the pride that makes us claim all things depend on us. If Jesus is before all things—if all things hold together just because of Him (Col 1:17)—then we may trust all things to Him. Breathe deeply of the joy best known when letting go and letting God. And stay in grace.

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