Dwelling in Grace

"How quickly the icy walls of self-concern melt before the bright warmth of graciousness!"

What a beautiful tribute it is to an individual to refer to him as a gracious person! Perhaps one can receive no greater compliment, for grace of word and deed can stem only from largeness of heart, a heart filled with the un-selfed desire to bless. It is vitally important to use this spiritual quality of grace unstintingly in our daily relations with others, especially in the home circle, where grace is greatly needed to make the wheels of family life run smoothly.

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