October 21, 2009 Some of this is going to sound regurgitated—and actually, it is—but it is so good, and so available (right next to my computer). And...I am so out of time this morning.
Five little one-liners—which I probably jotted down at different times—were all staring at me at once. One says Virus of Ungrace at the bottom, so I think it came from a book by that name, and it sounds like Philip Yancey. They all seem to fit together. Here they are for you to mull over for the week:
"Breaking the cycle of ungrace means taking the initiative.''
"Calvary broke up the logjam between justice and forgiveness.''
"A man (woman) throttled by bitterness is kept an emotional prisoner.''
"Bitterness permeates, penetrates, saturates.''
"An addiction steals time, kills initiative, destroys relationships.''