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Deacon's Corner 9/4/2022

A friend asked me: we use the words “grace”, “mercy”, and “blessing” a lot but what do they really mean? Well, I think it’s kind of like how a loving parent treats their child. GRACE is when God gives us good things that we don’t deserve. MERCY is when He spares us from the bad things we do deserve. BLESSINGS are when He is generous with both grace and mercy. May your blessings from God help you find peace in your life this week.

Deacon John

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