Listen to Chuck Swindoll as he unpacks this penetrating scene of denial and shame and explains how the grace of Christ is greater than any human failure or sin. You’ll be stirred by Chuck’s explanation of how Jesus gently mended the broken pieces of Peter’s heart and how He lovingly desires to do the same for you!More Information
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Read Psalm 86:15
Our Lord understands our limits. He realizes our struggles. He knows how much pressure we can take. He knows what measures of grace and mercy and strength we'll require. He knows how we're put together.
Frankly, His expectations are not nearly as unrealistic as ours.
When we don't live up to the agenda we have set, we feel like He is going to dump a truckload of judgment on us. But that will not happen.
So why do we fear it could?
Excerpted from Charles R. Swindoll, Wisdom for the Way (Nashville: J. Countryman, a division of Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2001). Copyright © 2001 by Charles R. Swindoll, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
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