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The Nature of Grace: Ponderings on God's Abundant Grace by Linda Elmore Teeple

The Nature of Grace: Ponderings on God's Abundant Grace


The Nature of Grace: Ponderings on God's Abundant Grace by Linda Elmore Teeple

Phillip Yancey says that every writer has one main theme, a spoor that he or she keeps sniffing around, tracking, following it to its source. My spoor is grace, states Linda Teeple, author of The Nature of Grace: Ponderings On God's Abundant Grace. I write about Grace because I want everyone to 'get' grace. There's a life-changing difference between understanding grace at the head level and experiencing grace at the heart level. God continually reminds me of his grace through nature--the nature of the great outdoors, the nature of the human heart, and the nature of relationships. Linda is a marriage and family therapist by vocation and a naturalist by avocation. She resides in Anderson, Indiana with her husband and her canine companions, Panda and Leader Dog puppy, Faith. Linda writes a weekly newspaper column entitled, The Nature of Grace, which can be viewed at

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Publication date

30th October 2006


Linda Elmore Teeple

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146 pages


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