WORTHY VIDEO | Grace in a Spoken Word by Jefferson Bethke

Perhaps you are one of the many (more than 23 million) people who have already seen this inspiring video.  Nevertheless it so faithfully declares God’s love for us that I just had to share it anyway.

So this Advent season I share with you the gift of God’s grace as it is beautifully proclaimed by Jefferson Bethke.

Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus || Spoken Word

For additional reading about God’s glorious grace and how it enfolds my everyday life might I recommend this post WORTHY QUOTE | Grace, or perhaps this one GRACE: the Game Changer?

© Una-Melina // Worthy Books & Things, 2012.
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4 Responses to “WORTHY VIDEO | Grace in a Spoken Word by Jefferson Bethke”
  1. Wow! With Jesus it’s relationship and fellowship. Praise God,indeed.

  2. sarahjfrancois says:

    Reblogged this on Broken But Forgiven and commented:
    thats what Im talking about.

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