Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.


A weekly GraceNote from Adventist Review editor Bill Knott

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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Grace That is Greater

What Jesus has forgotten, we have a right to forget.

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Our Chains Are Gone

When we are freed by grace, we are unchained from memory and fear: we relish every liberation tale.

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Loved In the Balances

To be completely known, but unloved, is the awful stuff our fears are made of.

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​Sing Resurrection

Grace won when Jesus rose. Grace wins as Jesus rises far above all principalities and powers—undefeated—undefeatable—finally victorious.

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​Grace at Week’s End

For those whose pride is built on effort, grace is the wounder of our pride. Grace tells us that our six days’ labor—sweat and care, commanded by the Lord—can never give us life eternal. At the end of all our labors, grace is the healer of our week. Grace tells us that…

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Future Grace

When we fear tomorrow or next year, it is plain testimony that we aren't fully sold on His sufficiency.

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Grace Taught and Caught

Grace is Christ’s never-ending lesson plan delivered through the love of those who are themselves still students, and still sit at His feet.

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Abundant and Unending

Come celebrate grace inexhaustible: it never gives out; it never runs dry.

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​The Gift of Joyful Life

We either live in grace, or we begin, by small degrees, to die.

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Like Breathing In

Grace teaches us to tell more truth about ourselves, lay down more pride, and quit the endless hide-and-seek that bars our fellowship with other broken souls.

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