Conviction “and” Grace

“In this world of clashing standards, we can only persuade people to consider our view when we learn to dialogue with as much grace as conviction.”

James Robison

The Stream p.123;Worthy Books 2016

In day to day living, this is true. As important as grace is, so is dialogue. That involves sharing thoughts and listening to others’. During this Corona Virus, we are certainly not all on the same page. I am not fearful. I am careful and respectful.

Personally, feeling the cure is worse than the problem. Deaths via depression, addictions, or starvation are still deaths.

Lonnie

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