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Don’t Pit Eternal Good Against Common Good

Those who have received grace extend grace to others. It sounds good. But it’s not always true. The person whose meal was paid for by a stranger doesn’t always pass it on. The person who merges on a busy highway doesn’t always let the next person in. The last immigrant wants to close the door on the next immigrant. Sometimes we want grace for ourselves but not for others. But a true grasp of the gospel of grace changes not only our eternal status but…
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