Saturday, June 26, 2010


Dear One,
To be gracious is to be full of grace, giving to every person the benefit of being important enough to warrant your full attention and favor.
Being gracious is putting another person's preferences above yours.
Being gracious is seeing the good in every person, every situation, every occasion.
Being gracious is allowing others to make their own choices and respecting their choices, whether you agree with them or not.
Being gracious is respecting the feedom of others, the philosophies of others, the beliefs of others, the religious preferences of others and the traditions of others without judgment.
Being gracious is doling out kindness, mercy, favor, forgiveness and honor to others, just like I do to you.
Grace can change people just like love changes them.
Love, God
Ephesians 4:29;Colossians 1:4;Luke 2;40; Acts 20:32

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