Lead us by Your Grace
Guide us so that we’ll be safe.
Yes, Lord! We need your guidance
Now more than ever.
Enjoy this beautiful rendition of
Let it touch your heart as it did mine.
“Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with boldness,
so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”
Where is our go-to hearth?
We may all tilt toward the screen.
Is it a bright light?
Does it reflect grace
When we addictively turn
To the media?
Can be a wonderful tool,
For we have choices.
Grace is never far;
It can be undetected
If we choose poorly.
Grace is on our screens
If we know where we should look.
See posts who tag “GRACE.”
I know grace is mine.
I feel it daily with thanks.
I share it with you.
Grace is comforting.
It’s an expression of care.
It gently lifts us.
Grace is God’s great gift.
It is delivered freely.
Accept it with love.
In these days of Pandemic Pandemonium,
Don’t succumb to the chaos!
Know that God hears and He is with you.
Find comfort in His Grace.
We will emerge a stronger, more loving world.
Where have you seen God’s grace
at work in your community,
in your home,
in your heart
Tell me about it.
See ya tomorrow…
– meantime, I’m holding grace lovingly,
and letting it seep through my fingers to you!
We will get through this together.
Comments on: "Lead Us By Your Grace" (10)
A neighbour we have not seen for a year hand delivered a card offering to help in whatever way she could.
Isn’t that a lovely and encouraging sign of the way this tragic time is also a beautiful Awakening?
Hugs back to you Jan and Bob!
Thank you, Fran. Welcome to JanBeek! Have a Terrific Tuesday!!
I’m so glad I found you! What a blessing you are. God bless you! 🤗💕💚
I’m glad you found me, too!! Thank you for visiting JanBeek and leaving such a cheery comment. You made my day!
Jan, thank you for reminding me of “Grace” and how it will lead us faithfully with hope, never fear. My wife and I experienced some of this life-sustaining Grace yesterday when a daughter and her two teenagers dropped off a surprise at our door: coffee, banana nut muffins, and a small pot of tulips (my wife’s most favorite). Together! We can make it!
What a wonderful gesture! Your daughter inherited your compassion and giving nature and is using it well! She’s teaching it to your grandchildren, too. How wonderful! Thank you for sharing that. And thanks for visiting JanBeek and taking time to comment. I appreciate you!