Relax in the knowing
“I once was lost, but now I’m found.”
Spoken by English poet and Anglican clergyman, John Newton, these words are one of the most famous expressions of grace. They would later find their way in a song by American composer, William Walker, who composed Amazing Grace. The story behind what inspired these words will certainly strike a chord with you if you have ever felt lost and unsure of how to find your way out of your suffering, yet somehow — only by the grace of God — you made it through to see better days.
Through grace, we stay in the light and allows us a fresh start.
So how exactly do we allow in God's grace into our life?
... Learn the three definitive steps to allow God's grace to flow more freely in your life -- FULL ARTICLE ON The Mindful Word
AMAZING GRACE: Living in the light of grace, even when darkness creeps in
Article by Lisa Hromada on The Mindful Word
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