When our desire to be understood begins to cause divisiveness…we simply must let it go. It’s good to clear up confusion, but to belabor a point is…well, pointless…and hurtful. God knows our hearts and motivations and sometimes we just have to smile and move on. It’s a practice in extending grace, don’t you think? Patrica @PollywogCreek
Every ungracious moment means someone doesn’t understand grace. Ann Voskamp
A Prayer for Grace-
O my God and my all,
in Thy goodness and mercy,
grant that before I die
I may regain all the graces
which I have lost through my carelessness and folly.
Permit me to attain the degree of merit and perfection
to which Thou didst desire to lead me,
and which I failed by my unfaithfulness to reach.
Mercifully grant also that others regain the graces
which they have lost through my fault.
This I humbly beg through the merits
of the Sacred Heart of Jesus