A Sense of Grace

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SPCK, 2004 - Religion - 117 pages
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A Sense of Grace contains a meditation for each day of Lent, together with a stimulating reading from Scripture, stories and anecdotes. God's grace is the central theme for these meditations - grace as it breaks through into our everyday lives. Robin Gill finds grace within family life, being a grandparent, music, in times of evil and pain, in changed lives, weakness, struggle, the Gospels and the cross. Weekly themes are: Airs and graces; Graceful living; There but for grace; Surprised by grace; Saved by grace; Amazed by grace

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Airs and Graces
Pomp and grace
Different graces

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About the author (2004)

Robin Gill is the Michael Ramsay Professor of Modern Theology at the University of Kent, UK.

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