"God is most glorified in you when you are most satisfied in him in the midst of loss, not prosperity." --John Piper

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Who Said This?

"We think that by living gracious lives (instead of grace-filled lives) it makes us attractive to God. In reality, it only makes us more attractive to one another."

ANSWER:

I did, after reading Michael Spenser's book, "Mere Churchianity"

2 comments:

Kansas Bob said...

Agree that grace-filled is better. But can one really be grace-filled and not gracious?

Spherical said...

I believe so. Example: It is gracious to pray for someone in need. It is grace-filled to meet that need.

James 2:16