1,001 ~ A Grace Reflection

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A thousand times I’ve come to Him

A thousand times undone.

A thousand times He’s rescued me

And now a thousand one.

What is this love

That holds me close

Regardless of my sin?

What is this hope

A grace defined

Completely found in Him?

A thousand times He’s come to me

A thousand times redone.

A thousand times I’m found in Him

And now a thousand one.


One of the many traits we humans have in common is our tendency to fail. We can deny this reality, but it’s better to own it and run to God’s throne of mercy and grace. My path to His presence has few weeds. It is an often-traveled trail that leads me to His forgiveness.

Man walking on Bible

 May I pray for you?

Father, lead us to the cross, not just once but over and over again. Remind us of your grace and mercy. Draw us with your lovingkindness. Thank you that when we look into your eyes we see love. We are humbled by your faithfulness and goodness. Because of Jesus . . . amen.

Since we have a great High Priest, Jesus, the Son of God

who has passed through the heavens

 from death into new life with God, 

let us hold tightly to our faith. For Jesus is not some high priest

who has no sympathy for our weaknesses and flaws.

He has already been tested in every way that we are tested;

but He emerged victorious, without failing God. 

So let us step boldly to the throne of grace,

where we can find mercy and grace

to help when we need it most.

Hebrews 4:14-16 (VOICE)



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8 Responses to 1,001 ~ A Grace Reflection

  1. My thoughts written in your words! Reaches a responsive chord in my heart. It has that ‘lofty’ feel yet in words one can relate to. I enjoyed it a lot.

  2. The poem you wrote here is so beautiful. I sent it to my kids and a few other friends and family. 🙂 Gods grace is hard to get my head around, and I’m ok with that. I am overwhelmed by His desire to heal brokenness and pour His relentless love over us. I’m so grateful to be under the leadership of pastors who live by this same grace. When we see you, we see Jesus. Thank you for that reflection. Praying for you, and Bless you!!

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