I’m trying on grace for size these days. Grace in the everyday ordinary, in the unexpected and in the interactions with those I do life with daily. Grace that comes in all sizes, shapes and is our gift from God without any strings attached. Grace that fits all occasions and is necessary as life moves forward into the unknown. It is God’s abundant gift for us that is given freely and meant to be shared. It is a grace with many facets that shimmer light in different directions. This is the grace we need to focus on and understand more completely.
[Tweet “Grace is the extraordinary that complements our ordinary.”]
There are different kinds of grace which fill our lives and make it complete. Follow me to The Weekend Brew to read about them.
I am always blessed when you join me here. Thank you for your sweet encouragement and being part of this community.
In grace and peace,
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I forgot to say thank you Mary, for inspiring me with your comment.
You are welcome! I loved your post on Adultery, Mercy and Grace.
Incidentally, I just published a post on grace. And I was blessed myself while I studied and wrote. Heading over to Weekend Brew.
There is something about grace isn’t there? I love writing about it but also studying it more closely to reveal all the many facets. Thank you for visiting and encouraging me.
Absolutely beautiful, “Grace is the extraordinary that complements our ordinary”.
Hello Mary, how are you?
Do enjoy your new month.
I love having you here, Ifeoma! June will bring many changes for me. I hope June is good to you too. Blessings!
I read this over at Weekend Brew and didn’t connect that it was you who had visited me first (TheCheerioTrail). I loved it over there and was just stopping by to get to know the one who had encouraged me this weekend.
I love your “About me” and your questions about writing and this:
“If God has your heart, he also has your story.”
What a beautiful confirmation that to write is simply to let Him use your heart and your words and your gift to point others toward Himself.
You are certainly doing that here. I look forward to connecting with you more in the future and will look to see if you are followable 🙂
Embracing the Journey,
Thank you for blessing me with your encouragement. I love meeting new people and love connecting here and at The Weekend Brew, where I host every other weekend. I am looking forward to reading more at your blogging home too. Blessings!
Mary – you are the definition of grace!
Thank you Karen! I treasure you and your friendship.