Publisher description for Common grace : spiritual meaning in everyday life / Anthony B. Robinson.


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In the Christian world, Special Grace is knowledge of God through the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, while Common Grace is finding God through everyday life - experiences with family and friends, observance of the natural world. This book explores the spiritual and moral pathways that can inform one’s everyday life. With the natural skills of a gifted preacher, Anthony B. Robinson connects stories and anecdotes to biblical wisdom and offers nurturing life lessons. Part one of Common Grace addresses the personal, the individual, and the self. Part two explores the notion that a person is a person because of other people and the importance of family and relationships. Part three concerns being a person in the world — interacting with and contributing to social institutions. Robinson’s thoughts on being a parent, the power of the blessing, forgiveness and how to do it, and much more make this a useful, inspiring guide to modern living.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Conduct of life.
Spirituality.