God’s grace is a lot like rain, isn’t it?
As I tried to take a picture of the downpour rejuvenating our land this weekend, I was reminded of God’s grace.
The idea of God’s grace is so intangible in some ways. As a theological concept, we don’t really understand it. And as mere humans, we have a hard time grasping the amazing value and weight of God’s grace.
But I’ve recently been blessed to witness God’s grace touching lives. And I realize that it is much like rain.
It’s hard to capture the essence of it unless you are in it. It’s near impossible to get a good picture of rain unless you can capture it landing on something and see the effect of it. And it’s near impossible to truly appreciate it unless you are standing right in it, being washed–drenched–by it.
Two accounts of God’s Grace
The first account you can read here. My friend, Terri-Lee, was willing to share with us her personal testimony of God’s amazing grace in her life. She was unfaithful to her husband, but through forgiveness and grace, her marriage was restored! It’s a heart-wrenching story of truth. Go read it for yourself.
The second testimony of God’s grace was from a DVD I watched recently, called “Such Were Some of You.”