Transfiguring Grace


To see my own sin—my own failings and imperfections—

To overlook yours.


To have His grace wash over me and splash onto you,

To have His grace soak us both through,

And stain us forever with His love.


Excerpted from Restoring the Shattered, Coming to Amazon in October

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17 Replies to “Transfiguring Grace”

  1. What beautiful words!

    “To see my own sin—my own failings and imperfections—To overlook yours.”

    Is this a book of yours coming out? I look forward to reading more!

    1. It’s a piece of my book–on Amazon in October–Restoring the Shattered. The book is about how Christians of different denominations can work together to carry out effective ministry–like the ministry my family received when I was a single mother. Thanks for asking and commenting. God bless!

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