Tag Archives: grace turned outward

Desperately seeking Miriam

Last night’s BlogTalkRadio show featuring David Horner, Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies & M.A. Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University, is now required listening for all of you who have your boots on the ground and … Continue reading

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Susan Burton’s new way of life

Angela walked off the Greyhound bus in downtown Los Angeles near skid row with a paper sack of belongings and $200 minus her bus fare that got her there from prison. She was dusty and scared, with nowhere to go … Continue reading

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A candle in the darkness

Live out your years in humble fear Love the Lord As innocent children you’ll appear Like a mysterious light In the darkest of night We’re going to spend one more day with these words and with the words following that … Continue reading

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Keep the door open

I will count Egypt and Babylon among those who know me—     also Philistia and Tyre, and even distant Ethiopia.     They have all become citizens of Jerusalem! Regarding Jerusalem it will be said,     “Everyone enjoys … Continue reading

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Turning Grace inside out

“Grace needs to be turned inside out so that we can see what God’s really doing in there.” That is the way Bram Floria, my guest last night on BlogTalkRadio responded to my question about what “Grace Turned Outward” looks … Continue reading

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The radical grace of Jesus

God’s grace is radical. God’s grace is so radical that it doesn’t just change the rules; it does away with the rules entirely. God’s grace creates a fundamental change in the way we relate to God. It rewrites the book … Continue reading

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What would Grace do?

Remember the WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?) movement? It was certainly full of good intentions. It was a way of remembering that we do not live for ourselves; we live for the one we serve, Jesus Christ. And since we … Continue reading

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You’re not the only one

I used to think that I was right A lonely candle in the night And while the heart of the world was breaking I could not feel the aching The mantle had passed down to me This thing was my … Continue reading

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