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What does grace look like in a person? (4 responses)

I witness grace in my husband more often then I can recall. He leads by example eff
ortlessly. I admire him and feel honored to have him as my soulmate. Someday I may be able to exact grace in my life because he is in my life as a daily reminder as to what grace is and how to use it.



Grace shows herself in our posture first. Even when life makes you feel like falling down and crying, Grace picks you up, helps you to roll your shoulders back and hold your head high. Grace gives us sharp focus and wit but never allows us to speak harshly or harmfully. I love U2's song called Grace. I had it played in the church at my husbands funeral. He died five years ago at 51 years old. I was 46. We were married 27 years and he left me with two wonderful children. I still hit slick spots on life's highway and I ask for Grace, Strength and understanding. You see my late husband died at his own hand after 25 years in the Fire Service. I guess he felt that his life was finished and the pain of losing his Father was too great to life with. I always wonder if he's near. It's strange, but I don't feel his presence. I try to dream about him but I don't. I do think I hear his voice from time to time. My daughter was away at college in her Freshman year when it happened. She feels his presence and claims to have seen him the night of his memorial. "Grace has goodness, wherever she goes.)

Grace shows herself in our posture first. Even when life makes you feel like falling down and crying, Grace picks you up, helps you to roll your shoulders back and hold your head high. Grace gives us sharp focus and wit but never allows us to speak harshly or harmfully. I love U2's song called Grace. I had it played in the church at my husbands funeral. He died five years ago at 51 years old. I was 46. We were married 27 years and he left me with two wonderful children. I still hit slick spots on life's highway and I ask for Grace, Strength and understanding. You see my late husband died at his own hand after 25 years in the Fire Service. I guess he felt that his life was finished and the pain of losing his Father was too great to life with. I always wonder if he's near. It's strange, but I don't feel his presence. I try to dream about him but I don't. I do think I hear his voice from time to time. My daughter was away at college in her Freshman year when it happened. She feels his presence and claims to have seen him the night of his memorial. "Grace has goodness, wherever she goes.)

Grace shows herself in our posture first. Even when life makes you feel like falling down and crying, Grace picks you up, helps you to roll your shoulders back and hold your head high. Grace gives us sharp focus and wit but never allows us to speak harshly or harmfully. I love U2's song called Grace. I had it played in the church at my husbands funeral. He died five years ago at 51 years old. I was 46. We were married 27 years and he left me with two wonderful children. I still hit slick spots on life's highway and I ask for Grace, Strength and understanding. You see my late husband died at his own hand after 25 years in the Fire Service. I guess he felt that his life was finished and the pain of losing his Father was too great to life with. I always wonder if he's near. It's strange, but I don't feel his presence. I try to dream about him but I don't. I do think I hear his voice from time to time. My daughter was away at college in her Freshman year when it happened. She feels his presence and claims to have seen him the night of his memorial. "Grace has goodness, wherever she goes.)

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