The Grace of God, which gave Life to Creation and has the Power to Transform our lives — and that Sustains us each and every day — can be found in small tasks.
We need to be on the lookout for where Scripture magnifies the Grace of God: to see each person as a Child of God—especially those who have less cushion around their life.
God does not show partiality. God’s Grace has a way of bringing people together; and, when that happens that “Alleluia” starts to rise up inside of us, yet again. Image credit: “Easter Morning” by Jen Norton
This Child has a Divine Mission, and that Mission will bring out the best and the worst in the people He encounters. There will be pain, Mary — and you will experience it, as well.
When we sit down next to the waters of baptism, we can hear the current of God’s grace.
The grace of God does not always add up, so it will surprise us; but it will surprise us in the best possible ways.
Tables are sacred places in our lives and in our faith. Just think of everything that happens around a table. We find the bonds of family, the making of friends, the stories we tell, the questions we ask, the prayers we say, the laughter we enjoy, and the grief we experience.
We can simply embrace humility because the love of God simply embraces us.
We can wake up every morning, and the sand is smooth and hope is endless. And, we know that there will be more lines drawn in the sand on that day, but high tide will come along and wash them away, yet again.