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Guide's Greatest Grace Stories (eBook)



SKU# 9780812752007

By Lori Peckham

ISBN: 9780812752007 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2009

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Ever heard anyone grumble “it’s not fair”?

Well, it’s a good thing that “it’s not fair” all the time! Let’s see, by now you’ve probably evaded punishment for . . . calculating rapidly . . . say, 539 offenses. Among other things, your parents never should have forgiven you for breaking the kitchen window when you played golf in the backyard, your brother should have returned the favor when you punched him in the arm, and your best friend shouldn’t have helped you with your homework after the joke you told about her in class.

Yeah, grace is really great!

Now imagine how it must have felt to be forgiven after burning down a house or for your enemy to save you from certain death. Or to nearly chop your sister in half with an ax or to wreck your father’s Jeep, only to discover that he’s more worried about your hands than his Jeep. Or even to be a convict saved from the death penalty—because your brother volunteered to die for you.

Yeah, even though it’s not fair, grace is pretty awesome!

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Ever heard anyone grumble “it’s not fair”?

Well, it’s a good thing that “it’s not fair” all the time! Let’s see, by now you’ve probably evaded punishment for . . . calculating rapidly . . . say, 539 offenses. Among other things, your parents never should have forgiven you for breaking the kitchen window when you played golf in the backyard, your brother should have returned the favor when you punched him in the arm, and your best friend shouldn’t have helped you with your homework after the joke you told about her in class.

Yeah, grace is really great!

Now imagine how it must have felt to be forgiven after burning down a house or for your enemy to save you from certain death. Or to nearly chop your sister in half with an ax or to wreck your father’s Jeep, only to discover that he’s more worried about your hands than his Jeep. Or even to be a convict saved from the death penalty—because your brother volunteered to die for you.

Yeah, even though it’s not fair, grace is pretty awesome!

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Lori Peckham


Lori Peckham is a professor of English and communication at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska. Guide's Mischief Stories is her fifteenth Guide's Greatest collection and she especially loved hunting for good mischief stories.