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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

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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THE TOUCH OF GRACE

Grace blesses all it touches, including everyone we touch in Jesus' name.

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CONFIDENCE

Grace will triumph in my story through Him whose power holds everything together.

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GRACE IS AN INVITATION

Our Lord invites us to embrace the grace we never thought was meant for us.

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WHOM GRACE OFFENDS

Whom grace first offends, it offers finally Christ’s healing and His righteousness.

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COMPANIONABLE GRACE

Jesus calls us one by one, but always sends us two by two.

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Grace has a name—not writ in lights—

Darkness wanes as dawn arrives: His Day cannot be far away.

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Hidden In Weakness

Grace comes to us in cloak of weakness, but He is powerfully, immeasurably strong

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GRACE INCARNATE

Jesus was the grace of God incarnate, for grace invariably moves toward those who hurt and grieve and sin.

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Forgiven and Forgiving

The fellowship of the forgiven is as vast as the grace that makes it possible. 

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OF GRATITUDE AND GRACE

Our gratitude is just the measure of the grace we’ve welcomed and accepted.

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Why Grace Comes First

There is a blessed sequence to His gifts: “Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ” (Rom 2:7).

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ANTICIPATING GRACE

Jesus offers us His nail-scarred hands before we know the reason for His wounds.

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THE GRACE THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

The freedom Jesus meant for me was never meant for only me.

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GRACE AND TRUTH

Grace is true, both when we know we need it and when we imagine we can live without it.

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