Melting Down to Grace

The New Yorker has been republishing bits and pieces of Flannery O’Connor’s prayer journals, which will be published in a book later this year. They’re locked down to subscribers, but even the small excerpts are wonderful to read.

And my pastor put an excerpt in the church bulletin as a meditation this Sunday:

All my requests seem to melt down to one for grace —

that supernatural grace that does whatever it does.

 

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