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This lighthearted and inspirational collection of brand new devotions shares a message of grace with the warmth and wisdom fans have come to expect from Women of Faith.

Fans of the Women of Faith conferences have time and again sought the insight, wisdom, and teaching of these inspired women. And when it comes to God's grace, there is no message the Christian can hear too often. Whether anchoring their families or pursuing their careers (or both), women need to be reassured that...

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This lighthearted and inspirational collection of brand new devotions shares a message of grace with the warmth and wisdom fans have come to expect from Women of Faith.

Fans of the Women of Faith conferences have time and again sought the insight, wisdom, and teaching of these inspired women. And when it comes to God's grace, there is no message the Christian can hear too often. Whether anchoring their families or pursuing their careers (or both), women need to be reassured that their striving to be like Christ is always met with heaping portions of God's grace. Contributors include Sheila Walsh, Luci Swindoll, Mary Graham, Patsy Clairmont, Marilyn Meberg, Nicole Johnson, Thelma Wells, Carol Kent, Sandi Patty, and Jan Silvious.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780849919558
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/5/2008
  • Series: Women of Faith Series
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Founded in 1996, WOMEN OF FAITH® has ministered to more than4 million women with the transforming message of God's grace. Throughevents and resources, they fulfill their mission to nurture women spiritually, emotionally, and relationally.

An original Women of Faith® speaker, Patsy Clairmont combinesquick wit and depth of biblical knowledge in a powerful pint-size package. A recovering agoraphobic with a pronounced funny bone, Patsy speaks to women from all walks of life. Patsy and her husband, Les, live in Tennessee.

Barbara Johnson guided millions of hurting women through the tunnel of despair with her best-selling books including Plant a Geranium in Your Cranium, Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death, and Stick a Geranium in Your Hat and Be Happy.
She and her husband, Bill, founded the non-profit Spatula Ministries which helps parents in crisis. She died of cancer in 2007 at the age of

Nicole Johnson is a writer and performer of original drama. With over twenty years experience as an actor, producer, and author, Nicole’s unique gift sets her apart in the world of communication. Through her work with Women of Faith, The Revolve Tour, and Dr. Neil Clark Warren, Nicole’s work has touched the lives and hearts of millions. She resides in Santa Monica, California, with her husband and two children.

Marilyn Meberg speaks each year to 350,000 women at the Women of Faith conferences and is the author of several books. Never one to avoid the hard questions of life, Marilyn Meberg shares the wisdom she's gained from two master's degrees and a private counseling practice.

Sandi Patty has amassed more awards than any other female vocalist in contemporary Christian music history. She's been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, received thirty-nine Dove® Awards, five Grammy® Awards, and three RIAA-certified platinum and five gold recordings. It is Sandi's down-to-earth style that has endeared her to Women of Faith® audiences. Sandi is the author of seven books, including The Edge of the Divine. Sandi and her family live in Oklahoma City, OK.

Jan Silvious is an author, professional life coach, and popular speaker known for her biblically sound, psychologically positive answers to women's challenges. Jan's no-nonsense yet humorous style captivates and motivates her audience. Co-host (with Kay Arthur) for a call-in radio program for five years, Jan spoke for eight years with WOF. She and her husband live not far from their three grown sons, two daughters-in-law, and five wonderful grandchildren.

Author, Women of Faith® speaker to over 350,000 women a year, photographer, musician, artist, and world traveller, Luci Swindoll loves to share her joy of life with everyone she encounters.

is a Women of Faith® featured speaker and the author of the award-winning Gigi, God’s Little Princess series, The Storm Inside,
and The Shelter of God’s Promises. Sheila lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, Barry, and son, Christian.

"Freedom," says Thelma Wells, "comes when you are not dependent on any human being to design your life and your attitude for you; when you realize nobody is responsible for your happiness but you." She should know! Thelma overcame childhood abuse and poverty to become the happy, successful woman you see today. The first black woman to become an Assistant Vice President of a commercial bank, Thelma went on to organize an international speaking and consulting company (for which she received the Small Business Administration's Entrepreneur of the Year Award), earn a master's degree, and become a college professor. Last year Thelma was awarded an honorary doctorate - but she says we don't have to call her "Dr. Wells". Her new book, What These Girls Knew, takes a look at women in the Bible and what they have to tell us today. Thelma and husband George live in Texas, enjoying their children and grandchildren.

Carol Kent is hilariously funny, biblically sound, and heartbreakingly transparent in person and in print. Founder and president of Speak Up for Hope (a prison ministry) and Speak Up Speaker Services (a speakers bureau), Carol is an expert on public speaking, writing, and evangelism. She sits on the advisory boards of MOPS International and the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association. She travels the world speaking to tens of thousands each year at events such as Praise Gathering, Vision New England Congress, THRIVE, Extraordinary Woman, Women of Joy, and Women of Faith.

Mary Graham is president of Women of Faith (WOF), a division of Thomas Nelson, Inc., which hosts America’s largest women’s conference. Since 1996, over three million women have attended Women of Faith conferences in80 cities. Mary serves as host for the conference and works closely with speakers and musicians. In the WOF offices, she directs 75 employees and supervises all phases of the ministry, including WOF publishing and recording. Prior to joining Women of Faith, Mary was director of international ministries for Insight for Living. She also invested 22 years with Campus Crusade for Christ International. A graduate of California State University in sociology, her work has taken her to every continent, and she has lived in many parts of the U.S.

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By Patsy Clairmont Mary Graham Nicole Johnson Carol Kent Marilyn Meberg Sandi Patty Jan Silvious Luci Swindoll Sheila Walsh Thelma Wells

Thomas Nelson

Copyright © 2008 Patsy Clairmont, Mary Graham, Nicole Johnson, Carol Kent, Marlyn Meberg, Sandi Patty, Jan Silvious, Luci Swindoll, Sheila Walsh, Thelma Wells
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-0-8499-1955-8

Chapter One

Grace That Knows No Limits Sheila Walsh

The next day as the three travelers were approaching the town, Peter went out on the balcony to pray. It was about noon. Peter got hungry and started thinking about lunch. While lunch was being prepared, he fell into a trance. He saw the skies open up. Something that looked like a huge blanket lowered by ropes at its four corners settled on the ground. Every kind of animal and reptile and bird you could think of was on it. Then a voice came: "Go to it, Peter-kill and eat." Peter said, "Oh, no, Lord. I've never so much as tasted food that was not kosher." The voice came a second time: "If God says it's okay, it's okay." -Acts 10:9-15 MSG

When our son, Christian, was seven years old, he announced to his dad and me that he needed a dog. I was impressed with his choice of verb. As a child I told my mom that I wanted a dog and never got one. I now realize that it might have been as simple as my misuse of the English language! When I asked Christian why he needed a dog, his explanation made total sense to me. "Mom, I am an only child. I need someone to talk to." I reminded him that he had his dad and me to talk to, but Christian wisely replied, "No, I need someone to talk to about you."

So after some careful research, we added Belle to our family. Belle is a beautiful bichon frise with the huge plus that she does not shed. I used to have a golden retriever, and I could have stuffed cushions with the amount of fur he cast off daily.

Almost three years later, Christian announced that he was concerned about Belle. She seemed fine to me-perhaps a little overweight, but hey, I had no stones to throw. I asked him what he thought her problem was. "She's lonely," he said. "There's nothing worse than a lonely bichon." So Tink was added to our motley crew. She too is a bichon frise but from the French line as opposed to the American. Her fur is longer and silkier, yet it stays firmly attached to her frame, so all is well.

As far as I could tell, we were done. Belle no longer required therapy, and she and Tink get along fairly well. Like children they have very different personalities. Belle lives to please me, and Tink dances to the beat of "Wild Thing!" Peace appeared to reign, but life was about to take an unexpected twist in the road.

I was sitting in the departure lounge at Little Rock airport. The other Women of Faith speakers and I had just finished our first conference of 2007, and we were all exhausted. Most weekends we can't get a flight back to Dallas until Sunday morning, but we had all been able to get on the last flight out on Saturday night.

I was sitting on the floor talking to Luci when my cell phone rang. It was Christian. It was a poor connection, and I could only make out snippets of what he was saying. It sounded something like this: "Pet store ... Shivering ... Poor dog ... Dad said if you said ... Mom?"

I have no idea what I mumbled, but the minute I sat down on the plane, the picture became alarmingly clear. I hurriedly sent a text message to my husband, Barry: Please tell me we don't have another dog!

The reply came back: Yes we do, and his name is Trevor.

I quickly typed: What is he?

The response was: He is a Wiener dog!

My first thought of panic was replaced by a fond memory. When I was a little girl my father bought me a Wiener dog, but after my father became ill we had to get rid of her. Perhaps God is giving me back what I lost, I mused to myself in a sleep-deprived haze. Then I got home!

Whatever Trevor is, the word Wiener does not accurately describe his size. Salami perhaps, but not Wiener. He looks as if he is 10 percent Wiener and 90 percent Rottweiler. His paws are the size of dinner plates. After my initial shock at Trevor's unusual appearance, what was interesting to me was how Belle and Tink responded to him. They are very friendly dogs and normally love to meet up with dogs of all shapes and sizes, but they definitely gave Trevor the cold shoulder. They walked around him once or twice and then with a shake of their perfectly groomed heads left him in their dust. I hate to say it, but I have two bichon snobs-prejudiced pooches.

Two of the first sins of the fall of Adam and Eve were prejudice and separation. Adam blamed Eve, and Eve blamed the serpent. But the sin was more pronounced in their sons, Cain and Abel. When Cain compared himself to Abel and saw that God showed favor on Abel's offering and not on his, hatred began to grow inside him like a cancer. And like many cancers, Cain's hatred led to death-not his own, but the murder of his brother Abel.

There is something in our sinful brokenness that wants to compare ourselves to others and say who gets to be "in" and who is left out in the cold. Trevor received no points from the bichon frise judges, just as the Gentiles received no points from the Jews. During the time of Christ, there was no love lost between the Jews and the Gentiles. In some rabbinical writings, devout Jews actually believed that God allowed Gentiles to be born to fuel the fires of hell. Jews referred to Gentiles as "dogs." But because of the boundless grace of God, that was all about to change.

Peter was a changed man after the resurrection of Christ. He was bold and fearless as he shared the good news that Messiah had come and there was forgiveness of sins. He set out on a mission trip with John and saw God perform many miracles. Peter and John traveled to Samaria to join Phillip in the revival happening there, and in Joppa he saw Dorcas brought back from the dead. But God was about to prepare Peter for a whole new world.

In Caesarea lived an Italian centurion named Cornelius who feared God. One day an angel appeared to him and told him that God, in his boundless grace, saw Cornelius's heart and had answered his prayers. The angel told Cornelius to send for a man named Peter who was staying with Simon the tanner. At the same time as this was taking place in Caesarea, Peter was watching a movie sent from God on a rooftop by the sea in Joppa. In this vision Peter was asked to eat food that a devout Jew would never touch. The voice in Peter's vision told him that if God says this is okay, then it's okay. By the time Cornelius's messenger made it to Peter, the apostle's heart was ready to accept the invitation to come to Caesarea and share the gospel with the Gentiles.

God's boundless grace has no room for prejudice. Every man, woman, and child is made and loved by God. He sees no distinction between races and colors, wealth and poverty, the cultured and the coarse. I see no greater challenge extended to the church today than this: to share the boundless grace of God that knows no limits to everyone we meet.

Now, how do I get that across to Belle and Tink?

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Lord, I admit that sometimes I turn a cold shoulder to people who aren't like me. Help me to view others the way you see them-as your precious and beloved creations. And give me opportunities today to share your boundless, limitless grace with everyone I meet. Amen.


Excerpted from INFINITE GRACE by Patsy Clairmont Mary Graham Nicole Johnson Carol Kent Marilyn Meberg Sandi Patty Jan Silvious Luci Swindoll Sheila Walsh Thelma Wells Copyright © 2008 by Patsy Clairmont, Mary Graham, Nicole Johnson, Carol Kent, Marlyn Meberg, Sandi Patty, Jan Silvious, Luci Swindoll, Sheila Walsh, Thelma Wells. Excerpted by permission.
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Table of Contents


BOUNDLESS GRACE 1. Grace That Knows No Limits-Sheila Walsh....................1
2. A God Like This-Thelma Wells....................7
3. Flooded with Grace-Mary Graham....................12
4. God's Photo Album of Grace-Nicole Johnson....................18
5. A Dog Named Grace-Jan Silvious....................23
6. Off Your Rocker-Luci Swindoll....................28
7. An Unexpected Companion-Carol Kent....................34
8. Grace and Character Building-Marilyn Meberg....................41
9. All-Star Grace-Sandi Patty....................47
10. Make Space for Grace-Patsy Clairmont....................52
UNFATHOMABLE GRACE 11. Dad's Final Flight-Carol Kent....................61
12. Glimpses of Grace-Marilyn Meberg....................67
13. Out of Egypt-Luci Swindoll....................73
14. Available Grace-Sandi Patty....................79
15. Always Welcomed Home-Sheila Walsh....................84
16. Words of Grace-Patsy Clairmont....................90
17. Quiet Grace-Nicole Johnson....................96
18. Amazing Grace-Mary Graham....................101
19. Mindful of Grace-Thelma Wells....................107
20. Grace Walking-Jan Silvious....................113
IMMEASURABLE GRACE 21. Missing Grace-Nicole Johnson....................121
22. Measuring Up-Patsy Clairmont....................127
23. A Matter of Perspective-Carol Kent....................133
24. An Unending Supply-Sheila Walsh....................139
25. Grace: Fullness of Life-Marilyn Meberg....................145
26. Many-Colored Grace-Jan Silvious....................151
27. Nudges of Grace-LuciSwindoll....................156
28. He Giveth More Grace-Mary Graham....................162
29. Resting in Grace-Sandi Patty....................168
30. Refining Grace-Thelma Wells....................171
ETERNAL GRACE 31. Forever Grace-Patsy Clairmont....................179
32. Grace Beyond Rules-Jan Silvious....................185
33. Grace for All People-Mary Graham....................191
34. Sheltering Grace-Marilyn Meberg....................197
35. Grace Greater Than Our Sin-Nicole Johnson....................203
36. Marker Moments-Carol Kent....................209
37. Grace in Sickness and Death-Thelma Wells....................215
38. Grace for Eternity-Sandi Patty....................221
39. Mutual Grace-Luci Swindoll....................226
40. Grasp This Moment!-Sheila Walsh....................232
IN MEMORY OF BARBARA JOHNSON 41. Barbara Johnson-Mary Graham....................239
42. Dear Barbara-Patsy Clairmont....................244
43. Barbara Johnson-Marilyn Meberg....................249
44. The Unforgettable Barbara Johnson-Luci Swindoll....................253
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