Grace fills life in unexpected ways and places. The how and the why are often mysteries I can’t unravel. But I know the source. God‘s amazing grace is new every morning.
This is a variation on a favorite theme, “Amazing Grace.” In this updated version of the classic hymn, inspired by the movie of the same title a few years back, Chris Tomlin adds a chorus that celebrates freedom. The movie tells the story of the abolition of the slave trade in Britain. Though this type of slavery has ended, we all have chains that bind in one way or another. Thank God we can be free through his gift.
Today is a day for joy and remembering, and for thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving always precedes the miracle.
The miracle of grace can be overlooked or go unrecognized. Grace is a gift embraced by a thankful spirit. If I have learned one life lesson, it is this: grace is there, but you can only receive it with eyes open and a softened heart. Once you begin to look, really look, it’s everywhere.
I wish you grace, peace, and hope, with eyes open, spirit filled.
7 thoughts on “Easter Grace”
Such a gorgeous post! I am sharing it with my “other Mother” who I know will love it! Xo
Thank you! I love this song. Hope your “other Mother” likes it as well! ~ Sheila
while I am on my journey to find bliss, I think I will look for a little grace too–Happy Easter
I think grace and bliss go hand in hand! I find that I’m always either in need of receiving, or giving, grace. ~ Sheila
I found grace a difficult thing to grasp at one time– now that I have come to some understanding, I am grateful for what is bestows
I hope you’ve had a happy Easter! woo woo woo!
Thank you! Hope yours was good too. SE Alaska was BEAUTIFUL today…we do get these days, but when we have a postcard day that coincides with a holiday, it seems like a special treat! Blessings to you! ~ Sheila