Amazing Grace

On Friday, the President of the United States stood in a church in Charleston, South Carolina and spoke of Grace. He said that it was Grace that transformed an act of uninformed hate into forgiveness, that it was Grace that turned an act of terror into love, and a coming together. The President asked the people of his nation to be expressions of Grace.

There are some moments in history that stop us in time. I believe this was one of them. I will not add to it. Let’s let that message just sit with us for a while. And let Grace enfold us.

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