Living Hard is Hardly Living

With responsibilities increasing and time not, I was struggling to get through some thick small town traffic in order to make it to the next commitment. The tension was building as I attempted to proceed in the turn lane while other traffic merged also. Not alone in this attempt, driver after driver inched up and close to the car ahead. Then Grace entered the scene. She waved me on with an understanding smile, inviting me to take her place in the line of cars. She gave up her advantage so I may have a better place in line, her rightful place. Her rare response and beautiful gift altered the selfish theme of the scene and with a welcoming joy on her face, reminded me how God’s Grace changes everything.

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