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Living by Grace

An Anthology of Daily Readings

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ISBN-13: 9781853118494
Published: 30/11/2007
Product description
Offers a reading on the theme of grace for every day of the year. This book includes quotations that are drawn from poetry, spiritual writing, novels, autobiography, memoir, and wise sayings from the world's religious traditions. Each month has its own focus: January: the meaning of Grace, February: Moments of Grace, March: Grace and Suffering, April: the Grace of Loving, May: the Grace of Compassion, June: the Grace of Giving, July: the Grace of Forgiving, August: the Grace of Choosing, September: our Lady of Grace, October: the Grace of Praying, November: Dying in Grace, December: the Grace of Waiting. The breadth of material included reflects both a deep love of humanity and a passion not simply for reading, but for the power of wise words to illuminate and transform.
Author Information

Pauline Webb, Nadir Dinshaw

The much loved broadcaster and writer Pauline Webb has been one of the most influential women in the Church at home and overseas in the modern era, and is undoubtedly Methodism's most famous daughter. Nadir Dinshaw was born into one of Karachi's leading Parsee families, but converted to Christianity in the early 1960s. His gift for friendship and his generosity were legendary. He died in 2002. Rowan Williams preached at his memorial service.